GAMES ON SALE
Gamers Alliance offers the largest selection of out of print games in the world! Below are some of the THOUSANDS of games currently on hand ON SALE! ALL listed games are in good (or better) condition, COMPLETE and PLAYABLE! (Any exceptions are clearly marked.) These listings will be changed frequently so be sure to BOOKMARK THIS PAGE NOW! Shipping and insurance are extra. Any questions? Please ask! (Don't see what you're looking for? No problem. It's probably sitting here already! Again, please ask!)
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Pacific War (Victory Games, 1985) - Strategic wargame covering World War II events from Pearl Harbor to the summer of 1945, from Australia to China, from Burma to Hawaii to the waters of Japan. A Mark Herman design. Only $69!
Pagode (FX Schmid, 1973) - Brilliant and highly regarded two player abstract game played on a 9 x 9 grid. The grid is a repeating pattern of 3 different colors: yours, your opponent’s and a neutral color. Your goal is to create patterns using your pieces to score points. Pattern made by pieces on your colored squares and patterns enclosing larger areas or shapes score higher. Through clever play, you can also force your opponent into negative scoring patterns! Designed by Valentin Siena. Comes with German AND English rules. Only $79!
Pantheon (Gamesmiths, 1992) - Players take on the role of ancient gods, battling for control of the mortal world. Each players chooses from among the “spheres of control” (Death, Magic, Peace, Speed, War and Water) to crush foes with might or bring miracles or plagues upon them! Unusual theme. UNCOMMON! UNPLAYED, MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $49!
Patrol (SPI, 1974) - Contemporary man to man combat. Tray boxed with cover sheet. Only $15!
Pay Cards (Whitman, 1969) - Based on the TV game show. Only $15!
Pecking Order (Immortal Eyes, 2006) - Two player game controlling their identical set of birds competing to occupy perches - but only one bird can occupy each perch. But watch out for the tiger! Richard Garfield design! MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINK! Only $15!
Peg Poker (Wheeler Games, 1993) - Very clever game using odd shaped "poker" dice. The board is a 4x4 grid and each cell holds a record-keeping area noting 8 possible poker hands. Players roll 13 special 4-sided dice (along with a randomizer die which determines how many re-rolls are allowed) and construct a poker hand from their rolls and mark one of the cells on the board with their color-coded pegs. They can also "take over" another person's slot if their poker hand ranks higher. Claim four cells in a row (horizontal, vertical or diagonal) and win! Won Best New Family Game honors from GAMES Magazine! Only $49!
Pennant Race (Avalon Hill, 1983) - Baseball game, part of the Avalon Hill Sports Illustrated line, that concentrates on roster management and trading over an entire season. Actual players are rated with ratings used to calculate game outcomes. Includes rules for injuries and creation of rookies. Good for solitaire play as well. Joseph Balkoski design. Only $25!
Pente (Parker Brothers, 1984) -Parker edition with mounted board of this popular abstract game where players compete to place 5 of their stones in a row. Only $15!
Penumbra (Southold Games, 1980) - Abstract race game. The goal is to be the first player to move five Scorers to the top of the pyramid of the Sun. A player uses three Eclipsers and two Captors to hinder the opponent. Only $19!
People Weekly (Parker Brothers, 1984) - Adult trivia party game based on the popular magazine, People. Only $9!
Perry Mason Game (TSR, 1987) - Unusual game from this company. A murder mystery game for 4 players based on Erle Stanley Gardner's legal sleuth Perry Mason. Great artwork featuring actors from the classic TV series: Raymond Burr (as Mason), Barbara Hale (Della Street, Mason's secretary) and William Talman (DA Hamilton Burger). Priced at only $15!
Phenomenon (University Games, 1988) - The Extra Sensory Party Game for Adults. Players test their psychic abilities. Includes tape AND quartz crystal! Only $19!
Phlounder (3M, 1962) - One of the first 3M releases. NOT the typical bookshelf box but the FIRST edition in the shorter, thicker box. Wooden tiles. UNCOMMON! Only $79!
Pictionary (Games Gang) - The original "draw and guess" party game. Only $12!
Pipeline (Playco Hawaii, 1988) - Players lay a "pipeline" from the center of the board to their tankers. Winner of the 1992 Game of the Year Award from GAMES Magazine. Only $25!
Pirate King (Temple Games, 2006) - A game of economic management, property building, and naval combat. Victory can be achieved through force of arms, economics or a combination of the two in becoming the Pirate King! Second (and better) edition. BRAND NEW, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Retail Price = $50, SALE price only $29!
Pirateer (Mendocino Game Co., 1994) - Up to four players command four ships and compete to steal treasure and get it back to their home port safely. Fast paced strategy game and comes with additional scenarios for play. Bookshelf boxed edition. Only $12!
Pirates' Gold (Golden, 1992) - 3D adventure game as players search for pirate treasure. Only $19!
Pizza Party (Parker Brothers, 1987) - Player start with a color-coded pizza slice. Each slice has 6 sapces to hold ingredients. There are six disks of four different toppings plus two "switch" discs for each color. Players flip over a disc on their turn and add it to their slice if it matches the topping they already have. If a "switch" disc is revealed, the player trades his slice with the player of the corresponding color or with any player if his own color is revealed. Originally designed as a kid's game but adults can play this too! Copied rules. Only $25!
Ploy (3M, 1970) - Space age strategy as players manipulate their fleets of futuristic pieces. One of the games in the Gamers Alliance "Game Classics" series! Only $19!
The Plot to Assassinate Hitler (SPI, 1976) - Part of SPI's Power Politics series. Players attempt to assassinate Hitler and take over control of the Nazi government. Bookshelf boxed. Only $35!
Plutocrat (Trans-World International, 1991) - Sophisticated game of international finance and influence for 2, 4 or 5 players. Each player controls one continent. The goal is to spread your influence worldwide through options and leases, increase International Control and become the No. 1 Plutocrat! UNCOMMON! Only $25!
Point of Law (3M, 1972) - Players act as judge AND jury as they argue cases and decide which argument carries the day. Comes with 100 courtroom cases and decisions. Only $12!
Pole Position (Parker Brothers, 1983) - Auto racing game in the mold of Daytona 500 and Detroit/ Cleveland Grand Prix. Only $12!
The Game of Politics (Parker Brothers, 1952) - Vintage Parker game of the US Presidential Election. Up to 6 players can race for office. Uses a sophisticated system (well ahead of its time) of campaigning in regions and individual states to lock up the needed electoral votes. Only $35!
Power: The Game (Power Games International, 1994) - Square boxed edition of this classic game of world domination. Complete with beautifully molded plastic pieces! UNPLAYED, MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $25!
Power Barons (Milton Bradley, 1986) - A board game of international power and rivalries. Players duel each other (using cards) to achieve supremacy. Only $15!
Priceless (Winning Moves, 1996) - Re-make of Phil Orbanes'' classic business game Cartel. This time, players compete to acquire the most valuable art objects! STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $19!
Pro Draft (Parker Brothers, 1974) - Be a general manager of an American football team and create the most powerful and successful franchise. (Game only, no Topps football cards present. You can supply your own players!) Only $9!
Pro Franchise (Rohrwood Inc., 1987) - Players buy a franchise and then proceed to build a team of 23 players and a coach (all with different costs and values) through trades and drafts. Real players and coaches are used in the game. Get to 125 points and win the game! Only $25!
Probe (Parker Brothers) - Players try to guess each other's hidden words. This (and Boggle) are probably the best Parker word games ever! Only $12!
The Prospector (McJay Game Company, 1980) - Western themed mystery board game as a Prospector and Strike card are removed from a set of 8 cards as players travel the board looking for clues and question the other players. Sort of like Sleuth out West! Uncommon! Only $25!
Quandary (Milton Bradley, 1994) - Beautifully produced deluxe re-make of Flnke Pinke by Reiner Knizia using casino-style blocks that make an excellent game a tactile treat! Short-lived entry in the Milton Bradley line. Only $49!
Questionable Integrity (A-List Productions, 1992) - Adult party game where you take chances as you move around the board: take a drink, try a tongue twister, answer a sexual trivia question or.....? But keep your Questionable Integrity to win! Only $12!
Quick Wit (Games Gang, 1987) - Adult
party game where players need to use their wits as well as their memories to
succeed at a bunch of different challenge which knowledge of the trivial will
NOT help! Common sense, creativity and a sense of humor will! Only $12!
Quidditch: The Game (University Games, 2000) - Harry Potter related game of this "wizard sport". Only $15!
Quintagon (Non-Ltd, 2003) - Fascinating and colorful abstract game for 2 to 5 players as each tries to traverse the board and arrive safely (and first) to his goals opposite. Uses a clever dice device to shape movement. In UNPLAYED, MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $12!
Ra (Uberplay, 1999) - An auction game with an Ancient Egypt theme. Players use bidding tiles to buy three lots each round. What you buy earns you points but you can also lose points for not having certain types of items. After three rounds (epochs in game terms), the game ends. Player with the most points wins! Brilliant Reiner Knizia design. STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $39!
Race to Riches (Western, 1989) - Clever stock market game that encourages wheeling and dealing in a very volatile market. Unique feature of the game is the use of a “money wheel” that shows current market prices for each investment group (bonds, stocks, commodities, currency, gold and oil) – prices that can change rapidly and changes that move the market closer and closer to closing. Player with the most money when the market closes wins! Only $12!
Rails Through the Rockies (Adventure Games, 1981) - Players serve as presidents of railroad companies racing to compete the first line through the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. The game pits players against each other, natural and financial disasters and some of the most difficult railroading terrain in the world. Only $25!
Raise the Titanic (Hoyle Products, 1987) - Players attempt to recover the sunken luxury liner Titanic from the bottom of the ocean! Lots of nice pieces with this game. Comes with a model of the ship that actually RISES! Only $29!
Ratrace (Waddington's House of Games, 1974) - Race up the ladder of success and rise in status in this game of social climbing! Only $15!
Read My Lips (Pressman, 1990) - Inspired by President Bush's (41) catch phrase, this adult party game gets players to actually read the lips of their partners in order to guess the word or phrase being said! Only $12!
Red Letter (Games Gang, 1989) - Unique twist on the familiar crossword word game. Players form interlocking words on a gridded playing board using red AND black letter tiles which add to the scoring bonuses possible by how they are used. Also includes Bonus Category Cards for an even more challenging game! Only $15!
Red Sun Rising (SPI, 1977) - One of the few wargames on the Russo-Japanese War 1904-05. Tray boxed with cover sheet. Only $79!
Rheinlander (Face to Face Games, 2004) - Hundreds of years ago, the heart of Europe was divided. Powerful dukes ruled their duchies from their castles on the banks of the Rhine, and earned a rich income from their wealthy cities. Struggles for power were everyday, and frequently the intervention of the more influential bishops was necessary. Now you have the chance to expand your rule over the Rhine country. Outwit your opponents to expand. Outwit your opponents, and gain more power. Who will become the new ruler over the Rhine? Reiner Knizia design. BRAND NEW, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGIANL SHRNKWRAP! Only $35!
Rich Uncle (Parker Brothers, 1959) - One of the early Monopoly spin-offs using the character of Uncle Pennybags (aka Mr. Monopoly) as the "rich uncle" of the game's title. Players buy stocks (on a board that stands VERTICALLY!) through die rolls which can, on a roll of doubles, CHANGE stock prices. First player to make $50,000 wins! A great game that combines theme with the "push your luck" character of Can't Stop. Only $29!
Ringgz (Blue Orange Games, 2005) - Colorful abstract game. Each player commands an army of 12 rings in four sizes along with 3 bases of the same color. Pieces are placed on the board to capture territories by having more of their color on a territory than any other player. Beautiful presentation using lots of wood! STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $25!
Risky Strategy (Golden, 1992) - Game of power politics where players compete to amass enough votes to win the US Presidency. Only $12!
Robocop (Parker Brothers, 1989) - Based on the hit science fiction feature film. Only $12!
Rocketville (Avalon Hill/Hasbro, 2006) - A game of future politics as players compete for the office of Mayor, campaigning from district to district with the help of robotic helpers! Richard (Magic, the Gathering and Roborally) Garfield design! STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $19!
Rocky Graziano Presents: A Century of Fights (RGI, 1969) - Statistically oriented boxing game that uses a unique matrix system to simulate the fighters' abilities. Includes stats on 50 actual boxers, both legendary and contemporary, including such stars as Rocky Graziano, Rocky Marciano, Sonny Liston, Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Robinson, John L. Sullivan, Floyd Patterson, Joe Frazier and more! RARE! UNPUNCHED! Only $119!
Rook (Parker Brothers) - This is the 1983 edition of this classic trick-taking partnership card game designed by George Parker himself! It comes with Official Tournament Rules. The cards are STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $8!
Rook (Parker Brothers/Hasbro, 2001) - This is the 2001 edition of this classic card game. Includes variants for 2 players, 3 individual players and 5 or 6 individual players. Only $6!
Roundabout (Milton Bradley, 1987) - Part of their Big Deal series of card games. Play your cards to turn the rotating penalty pointer "round and round" but if the pointer stops on your turn, you may get stuck with penalty points! Low score wins! Only $9!
RSVP (Selchow & Richter, 1966) - Another word game from the Scrabble people. This time, you build your words VERTICALLY with your opponent playing on the other side! Only $12!
Rules of the Game (Game Technologies, Inc., 1995) - Test your knowledge of the right rules for pro and college basketball, pro and college football, baseball and golf. STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINK! Only $29!
Rumis (Educational Insights) - Rumis challenges players to construct an Inca building with their stones. All palyers receive three-dimensional pieces which they will try to position adjacent to already placed pieces of their own color. All of their own pieces are of different shape to add to the challenge. With different boards to use, players are faced with different building limitations to keep the challenges fresh! STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $25!
Rummikub 500 (Pressman, 1992) - "Territorial" rummy card game/board game. Players create runs of cards from their territory into enemy territory to score points. First to 500 points wins. For two to four players. Only $9!
Rummy Rumble (International Games, 1985) - Rummy game as player build their hands by picking up cards on spaces where they land. Only $9!
Rumors (Decipher, 1997) - Adult conversation party game. Only $12!
Russian Civil War (SPI, 1976) - Historical simulation of the unrest and upheaval in Russia from 1918 to 1922 and the transition from the rule of the Czars to the formation of the Soviet Union. Different factions (revolutionary, counter-revolutionary, nationalist and interventionist) are represented with victory based on a player's goal (pro- or anti-revolution) and being the most successful in defeating opposing forces. Part of SPI's Power Politics series. Only $69!
Sabado Gigante (Milton Bradley, 1990) - Based on the long-running Spanish language TV show. STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINK! Only $19!
Sabotage (Games of Fame, 1943) - Contemporary World War II themed card game. Player compete to build Tank factories, Aeroplane factories and Shipyards to score the highest points - while fighting off attempts by the enemy at sabotage! Only $49!
Sabotage (Lakeside, 1985) - Two player abstract where each side is trying to capture the crown and return it to home base. But once a playing piece captures the crown, its movement is restricted making it that much harder to return unscathed to home! Only $12!
Safari (Selchow & Righter, 1950) - Vintage game of big game hunting in Africa. Only $39!
Save Your Planet (Rumba Games, 2003) - You are a special UN diplomat representing one of five global continents and must use your cunning and tactical diplomacy to outwit the opposition and save the world!. In UNPLAYED, MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $25!
Scan (Parker Brothers, 1970) - Family matching card game. A tan card with four patterns on it is revealed and, once deciding on which design to match, it's a race to find the matching blue card to win the tan one. Once all cards are played, the person with the most tan cards wins! Only $10!
Scan (Parker Brothers, 1986) - Card games take on a unique twist and require different strategies because, this deck has the back of each card is color coded revealing the suit to all the other players! Only $25!
Scavenger Hunt (Milton Bradley, 1983) - Objects are placed around the board. Players travel around the board (cards help move through the house) and try to pick up four specified objects (avoiding traps and dogs!). Great Jack Davis cover art. Only $9!
Schoko & Co. (Schmidt Spiele, 1987) - It's all about the chocolate! Players are chocolate producers dealing with all aspects of business from buying cocoa to converting it to chocolate to selling it a sales meeting to big distributors. Classic Euro! Only $49!
Scotland Yard (Milton Bradley, 1985) - Classic game of deduction as players scour London in pursuit of the mysterious Mr. X! Only $12!
Scrabble Rebus (Selchow & Righter, 1986) Letters AND pictures combine to create a unique Scrabble-like experience. Only $12!
Screaming Eagles (Milton Bradley, 1987) - Air combat game. Each player commands 1 or 2 fighter planes. Movement is done through card play with distance calculated via die roll. Planes can fly "off the board" to reappear on the other side! Comes with basic and advanced rules. Big box is in Very Good condition. Game itself is in UNPLAYED, MINT condition! Only $19!
Scrutineyes (Mattel, 1992) - A game that rewards a keen eye. Players look at pictures with loads of detail. The die is rolled and half of the picture is covered. Now, everyone writes down everything they can find in the picture starting with a certain letter. You get one point for one found. Sort of a "Where's Waldo?" for adults. Only $19!
Seastrike (Ariel, 1977) - Naval warfare in the Cold War. English import. STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $59!
Secrecy (Universal Games, 1965) - Adult bookshelf boxed game of world conquest by means of diplomacy, espionage and armed conflict. Only $29!
Set Point (Itemation) - Board game simulating tennis action. Only $9!
The Shadow (Milton Bradley, 1993) - Based on the movie inspired by the great pulp character. Only $9!
Shadowlord (Parker Brothers, 1983) - Become Master of the Universe by defeating your opponents before the timer declares the Shadowlord has won. Each player assumes the identity of one of the Masters of Earth, Air, Fire or Water. Starting with two allies, you'll travel through the galaxies of the Universe in search of Warriors, Merchants, and Diplomats - and the Power cards and space ships that make them powerful. Fairly sophisticated game. Only $15!
Shakespeare (Avalon Hill, 1966) - The Bard of Avon sets the stage for game play. Only $19!
Shanghai Trader (Panther Games, 1988) - Players are traders in old Shanghai, China, competing to make the largest profits and escape from the city before political and civil unrest ends the game! UNPUNCHED, UNPLAYED! Only $39!
Sharp Shooters (Milton Bradley, 1993) - Dice game where players try to match patterns on cards. Placing the last die in a row on the card scores (mostly positive but sometimes negative) points. This won the Game of the Year award from GAMES Magazine for 1995. Only $29!
Sherlock Holmes: The Game of the Great Detective (National Games, 1956) - Vintage mystery detective game starring the World's Greatest Detective. Each round, one player takes on the role of Sherlock Holmes and chooses one item in five clue categories (age & sex, height & weight, color of hair, access and weapon). Other players move around the board trying to decipher which clues have been chosen. When someone has determined the clues and returns to 221B Baker Street, the round ends. The role of Holmes then goes to the next player until everyone has been Holmes once. Players score by correctly determining clues (and being the first back to 221 B Baker Street). The total number of points for all of the rounds determines the winner! Box cover depicts Ronald Howard as Sherlock Holmes, the role he played in the syndicated TV series of the same name. Only $89!
Sherlock Holmes: Murder on the Orient Express (Ideal, 1967) - The world's greatest detective and Watson are on board the Orient Express as are 12 international spies. Your goal is to determine, through astute deductive reasoning worthy of the Master Detective himself, which spies have been murdered and which are still alive! Only $59!
Shogun (Epoch Playthings, 1976) - Two player abstract game played on an 8x8 board. Each player has 7 pawns and 1 King. Each piece has a "window" that indicates movement allowed. As pieces move, that number changes! Only $9!
Shrewd (Games by US, 1990) - Fast paced game of international deal making. The goal is to maximize your own wealth by behaving, well, "shrewdly". Components STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Uncommon! Only $35!
Simply Suspects (Spy Alley Partners, 2003) - Fast-action game of suspicion and finger-pointing. All players are “suspects” in a crime. What is unusual is that the EACH suspect has the chance to tamper with the evidence and implicate someone else! Only $15!
Sinai (SPI, 1973) - Operational level war game on the Arab-Israeli conflicts. Tray boxed with cover sheet. Only $15!
The Sinking of the Titanic (Ideal, 1976) - Players try to rescue passengers from the doomed ship - as the board rotates simulating the ship sinking into the sea! Only $39!
Situation 4 (Parker Brothers, 1968) - Unusual combination of a war game with a puzzle. Two players or teams race to control the entire playing board by completing their puzzle over it, capturing vital objectives and scoring points. Only $15!
Skirmish (Milton Bradley, 1975) - Game of the American Revolution! The last game in the American Heritage series. Only $29!
Sleeping Beauty (Parker Brothers, 1958) - Vintage game based on the Disney version of the fairy tale. Box has a slight tape pull. Otherwise Very Good. Game itself is complete and in Excellent condition. Uncommon! Only $39!
Sleuth (3M, 1971) - A genuine classic deduction game from master designer Sid Sackson. There are two decks, one normal size with 36 cards showing 1, 2 or 3 diamonds, pearls or opals, in 4 colors, red, green, blue and yellow. This deck is shuffled and one card removed. That is the missing gem that must be found. The remaining cards are dealt out. The other deck is 54 Search cards, showing one or two elements (e.g. diamonds, pairs, blue opals) or a "free choice". Players are dealt four of these face up and then select one to ask a player how many they have of that type. This streamlines and elevates the deduction aspect of Clue by eliminating dice rolling and the board, making this a fun game for family play yet challenging for adult players. This is the original 3M gamette edition. Only $25!
Slot Shot (Home Rock Entertainment, 2002) - All 26 National Hockey League teams are represented here as two players battle on the ice. Most of the NHL stickers are still on the original sheets! Xeroxed rules. Only $15!
Sly (Gamut of Games/Amway, 1975) - Created by Gamut of Games for Amway. Six different games all using the same pieces and one board. Games include Solitaire Sly, Line Up, Sniggle, Empire, Blockade and Gateway and ALL designed by legendary game designer Sid Sackson! Only $25!
Smess (Parker Brothers, 1970) - Classic chess variant where the moves are printed on the board! Use your "ninnys" and "numbskulls" to capture the "brain"! Only $69!
Sniglets (Games Gang, 1989) - Wacky words for players who didn't write the dictionary but should have! Based on the TV show. Only $12!
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Cadaco, 1977) - Up to 4 players travel across the board and follow the story of Snow White. Only $7!
SOB (Gary Tallman, 1980) - "Save Our Bureaucrats". Politically incorrect game game as players compete to go broke and go on welfare! Only $19!
So Sue Me! (New York Game Factory, 2004) - A spin of the wheel or a roll of the die and some clever negotiating help you acquire businesses, file outrageous lawsuits and bluff your way to big bucks! A “dog eat dog” game of suing for fun and profit for 2 to 5 players. The box is in Excellent condition. The game itself is complete, playable and in UNPLAYED, MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $22!
Solarquest (Western Publishing, 1986) - Journey into space to make your fortune! Only $25!
Sold! (R&R Games, 1998) - Subtitled “The Antique Dealer Game”. Players, as antique dealers, compete to amass the greatest wealth by accumulating the most valuable collection of antiques by snapping up the best deals from other antique dealers, unearthing bargains at the Auction House and Flea Market and investing in the choicest items. Only $12!
Solid Gold Music Trivia (Ideal, 1984) - How much do you know about music? Only $9!
SongBurst (Games Gang, 1991) - The complete the song lyric party game. 50s-60s edition. Only $15!
SongBurst (Western, 1992) - Harder to find sequel. 70s-80s edition. Only $25!
Sorcerer (SPI, 1975) - Fantasy wargame. Players command armies of Sorcerers, human infantry, and magical units (trolls, demons, and dragons). Magic power is influenced by the "color" of the spells and of the spaces occupied. Redmond Simonsen design. Tray boxed with cover sheet. Only $19!
Sorry (Parker Brothers, 2003) - New edition of this famous game classic! STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $12!
Spectrangle (Jumbo, 1992) - Spectrangle challenges players to use colored triangles to score. Triangles comes in all different color combinations, the more colors, the more points a triangle is worth. You score by multiplying the number on the triangle with the number of adjacent sides and any bonus on the bottom of the board. When the board is filled or all players are blocked from a legal move, high scorer wins. Comes with rules in English, German, Dutch AND French! Only $19!
Speed Circuit (3M, 1971) - Terrific auto racing game from the 3M line. Vinyl wraparound cover. Metal cars! Only $29!
Sponsor (Jumbo, 1986) - European import. Track race game where each player secretly backs (sponsors) an athlete but can move ALL athletes in the race. And sometimes athletes can change their sponsors! Ronald Corn design. Only $19!
Sports Spectacular (Athol-Research Co., 1977) - SIX sports games (baseball, football, hockey, tennis, basketball and auto racing) in one bookshelf box! Only $15!
Spy Alley (Spy Alley Partners, 1992) - Players become a spy for their given country and try to uncover their opponents' secret identities while keeping their own a secret. Only $19!
Spy Quest (DFP, 1994) - Go with secret agent Nick Noble on a variety of adventures. Combination board game/video game. Only $15!
Squander (Avalon Hill, 1965) - Early Avalon Hill release as the company tried to penetrate the general gaming market. Win by LOSING all your money! Only $69!
Square Mile (Milton Bradley, 1962) - Beautiful game of land buying and real estate development. Sophisticated for its time and still holds up! Lots of very nice plastic pieces - including molded building pieces. One of the games featured in the Gamers Alliance Report series of "Game Classics". Only $69!
Star Poker (Pressman, 1994) - Tile play, poker hands and a few twists add up to a different gaming experience. Only $9!
Star Reporter (Parker Brothers, 1952) - Players act as reporters for the several newspapers published in the city of Urbania. Each player attempts to bring in as much news as possible, to the be the first to report on happenings of importance and to be on the spot as soon as possible after any major disaster or catastrophe has occurred. Accumulate the most “credits” by gathering up news stories and you win! A Parker Brothers classic! Metal airplane and telephone pieces. Only $99!
Star Wars Customizable Card Game (Decipher, 1995) - STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINK! Only $9!
Star Wars Customizable Card Game: The Empire Strikes Back (Decipher, 1996) - STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINK! Only $12!
Star Wars Epic Duels (Milton Bradley/Hasbro, 2002) - From the Star Wars Universe, players pick a major character with one or two minor characters with it. Each set of characters has its own unique deck of cards for attack, defense and special abilities. Only $79!
Star Wars: Monopoly: Limited Collectors Edition (Parker Brothers, 1996) - Monopoly adapted to the Star Wars Universe, filled with characters, vehicles, locations and scenes from the Star Wars films! Play as the Rebel Alliance or the Empire! Includes five Brass Imperial Coins, EIGHT pewter Star Wars character tokens! Most components STILL SEALED! Only $29!
Starship Troopers (Avalon Hill, 1976) - Science fiction wargame based on Robert A. Heinlein's classic novel of the same name. Original edition. Only $19!
Stock Market Game (Gabriel, 1955) - Vintage and brilliant game of the stock market. Without using the typical "roll and move" game mechanics, this game uses auctions (an unusual technique in games of the era) and recognized - and used - the ideas of rising, falling and STABLE markets, concepts not seen in games of that time. A game ahead of its time and one of the games featured in the Gamers Alliance Report series of "Game Classics". Only $29!
Stock Market: The Wall Street Trading Game (Herbko International, 1997) - 2 to 4 players or teams invest their start-up capital of $10,000 and maneuver their assets on the Exchange to become the richest player (or team) when the market closes! Only $19!
Stratego Legends (Avalon Hill/Hasbro, 1999) - Inspired by the classic game of Stratego, Stratego Legends is a customizable game system of fantasy warfare for 2 players. Players can hand pick their armies of Wizards, Dragons, Skeletons, Vampires, Knights and more! STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINK! Only $19!
Stock Marker Tycoon: Deluxe Edition (Tycoon the Game, 2000) - Game of financial risk and reward as players acquire and adjust their portfolios in order to amass a million dollar fortune! Only $19!
Strictly Personal (City Muse, 1985) - Adult party game focusing on personal ads! Only $15!
Strike It Rich (Gamut of Games, 1972) - Two player game of mining where players buy mines, attempt to set up adjacent mine ownership and try to strike it rich. The first to earn one million dollars wins! Phil Orbanes design. Only $25!
Sum Up (3M, 1971) - Challenging game of "creative equations" as players are dealt a hand of cards and attempt to form the highest scoring equation in each of four rounds. To make it more balanced, players PASS their hands so each player player every hand once! This is one of the games in the 3M gamette series. Only $29!
Summit (Milton Bradley, 1961) - Big boxed and brilliant game of international politics as players represent one of six "Great Powers" in the contemporary world, vying for economic, political and military influence around the world! Lots of plastic pieces. One of the games featured in the Gamers Alliance Report series of "Game Classics". Only $19!
Supergroup (Itemation, Inc., 1973) - Music business game as players form their own musical group and work their way up to earn a gold record! Only $15!
Supremacy (Supremacy Games) - Superpowers compete for world dominance vying for military supremacy (including nuclear weaponry) along with supply and demand economic considerations. An adult, sophisticated, game! Only $49!
Swoggle (Chieftain) - Creative word game using a wipe-off board! Only $12!
Sword & Skull (Avalon Hill/Wizards of the Coast, 2005) - This game is a throwback to old fashioned family gaming fun. In this game, the scurvy villain – The Pirate King – has stolen the Sea Hammer, the pride of Her Majesty’s Royal Navy and taken to the seas. Players now must pursue that pirate and get the ship back. Each player controls two characters, a "hero" and a "scoundrel" type, to help them do that! UNPLAYED, MINT condition, STILL SEALED IN THE ORIGINAL SHRINKWRAP! Only $25!
The Sword and the Stars (SPI, 1981) - This game sets the stage for interstellar conflict between vying empires. Players direct the fate of interstellar empires through expansion or consolidation by means of conquests, raids, governing, building planetary defenses, commerce, and diplomacy! About 50% UNPUNCHED! Only $39!
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