Knock Out from Milton Bradley (1978)

Released in 1978, Milton Bradley’s Knock Out challenged players to outwit and outflank their opponent by placing “stoppers” in a hexagonal grid.

Suckerman, Vintage Toy, Mattel

Suckerman from Mattel (1978)

Released by Mattel in 1978, Suckerman was a pliable vinyl toy that stuck to surfaces, providing opportunities for play and surprises around the house.

Don't Spill the Beans Schaper

Don’t Spill the Beans from Schaper (1967)

Published by Schaper in 1967, Don’t Spill the Beans was a family-friendly game that challenged players not to “spill the beans” from an unsteady bean pot.

Mr. Rembrandt from Ideal (1970)

Artistry met robotics in Mr. Rembrandt from Ideal. Released in 1970, the battery-operated toy inspired by the Dutch Golden Age painter drew geometric patterns on paper.

Mr. Mad from Ideal (1970)

It was marble mayhem with the 1970 release of Mr. Mad from Ideal.

Instant TV from Remco (1967)

In 1967, Remco took a page from Wham-O’s over-the-top playbook and released Instant TV, a wacky toy that was more marketing sizzle than steak.

Vintage Godzilla Game Mattel

Godzilla Game from Mattel (1978)

Published by Mattel in 1978, the Godzilla Game infused playtime with chance and suspense as players anxiously awaited Godzilla’s attack.

ZZZoom-It from Mattel (1970)

In 1970, Mattel released ZZZoom-IT, a glorified slingshot designed to resemble an oversized hand-held gun.

Perfection from Lakeside (1973)

Introduced by Lakeside in 1973, Perfection was a family-friendly tabletop action game that mixed manual dexterity, visual perception, and the thrill of a timed race. 

TENTE from Hasbro (1978)

In 1978, Hasbro began marketing TENTE, a line of plastic building blocks manufactured by EXIN, a toy company based in Barcelona, Spain.

Milton the Monster Milton Bradley

Milton the Monster from Milton Bradley (1966)

Published by Milton Bradley in 1966, Milton the Monster board game was based on the Hal Seeger-produced animated television series of the same name that ran for 26 episodes between 1965 and 1968.

Power Mite Table Saw from Ideal (1971)

Released in 1971, the Power Mite Table Saw was part of Ideal’s line of miniature power tools.