If you are a child of the ‘70s and 80’s, then you know the name Milton Bradley.
Milton Bradley was the company that brought us such legendary games like Stratego, Yahtzee, Jenga, The Game Of Life and Battleship.
The kids of the 1970s will remember the joy of playing these board games, while also being the first generation to play electronic games.
Milton Bradley had a tremendous influence on our childhood, and If you grew up playing these games, then you know how awesome they really were.
Here A Few Reasons Why MILTON BRADLEY Ruled Our Childhood:
Where it all began
The Milton Bradley Company was an American board game manufacturer established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1860. In 1880, the company began making jigsaw puzzles which were popular among young boys.
With the outbreak of World War II, Milton Bradley started producing a universal joint created used on the landing gear of fighter planes. Milton Bradley did not stop creating board games, although they did cut their line from 410 titles to 150. New games were introduced during this time, such as Chutes & Ladders and Candyland.
The Game Of Life
Axis and Allies
Don’t Break The Ice
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