1970’s Space Tilt Labyrinth Marble Game in Original Box
1970’s Space Tilt Labyrinth Marble Game in Original Box

Year: Early 1970’s

Manufacturer: Pacific Game Co. #4025W

Conditon: Very good condition game in original box

First edition vintage collectable

Space Tilt is the groovy 1970’s tilting table marble game. Think of it as a real-world version of Pac Man. Space Tilt requires dexterity and quick reflexes to guide the steel ball through the maze without falling in any of the holes on the playing field.

Weighing in at over 3 lbs, Space Tilt is made entirely of wood, with ‘finest quality construction” as it says right on the box. Made in Hollywood, USA. It’s a big 11 1/2” x 13.25” x 3.5” size, constructed of two floating wood trays inside an outer wood box. Each tray is made from 1/4” thick solid maple, with a masonite tilting field. All parts are intact, including 4 wood control knobs. It was played with gently and the original lacquer finish is still intact. Also includes original 2 steel marbles.

Includes a rare original Space Tilt retail box, measuring 14” x 15.5” x 4” and features a great litho color label with vintage 1970’s artwork. The box has a few wrinkles, but there are no tears or rips and all the flaps are intact, including original cardboard inserts to protect the game table.

Photos are of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

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1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kinds 260 pc. Picture Puzzle
1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kinds 260 pc. Picture Puzzle

Year: 1977
Manufacturer: Milton Bradley
Condition: Fair to good
First edition vintage collectables

WE ARE NOT ALONE. This puzzle features the classic image from the 1977 Steven Spielberg movie, with Devil’s Tower and the mothership. The puzzle is complete with all 260 pc. and is in very good shape. The finished puzzle measures 13 7/8″ x 19 7/8″ in size.

The box measures 12 1/2″ x 8 3/4″ x 1 1/2″ and has wear from regular use. Some corners have been taped and there is tape on the box.

Photos are of actual items. Climate controlled storage. Sold as is. Only one available.

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1977 STAR WARS Board Game in Box
1977 STAR WARS Board Game in Box

Year: 1977
Manufacturer: Kenner / General Mills Fun Group
Condition: Good to very good condition
First edition vintage collectable

This is the one and only original 1977 Star Wars Board Game, licensed to General Mills by Kenner. The board game base is 17 3/4″ square and in nearly mint condition, with very little wear or tear on the board or the fold.

The game follows the plot of the original movie, starting with Luke, Leia, Han and Chewie in the Death Star’s trash compactor. After breaking out, the goal is to steal the death star blueprints, turn off the tractor beam, and make the jump to hyperspace on the Millenium Falcon. After several dogfights, the first player to reach the Rebel Base is the winner!

All 52 playing cards are included, featuring Obi-Wan, Yoda and lots of other characters with moves based on the movie. “Win Light Saber dual with Darth Vader- Move ahead 3″! There are 8 game tokens. Each of the 8 tokens go into a  white plastic base piece. The game also includes R2-D2 on the game spinner. The original instruction sheet is also included.

The box measures 18.5″ x 9 1/2″ x 1 1/2” and is in good condition with wear you’d expect from sitting on a shelf for over 40 years. The top edge has separated but it’s a fantastic collectible!

Photos are of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.

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2004-05 Simpsons 2 Board Game Set
2004-05 Simpsons 2 Board Game Set

Get 2 both Board Games for 1! Perfect Games for Family Gatherings!

First, take a spin through America’s most popular hometown – Springfield! Homer, Marge and the kids take you along this fascinating road of good and bad fortune! Spin the wheel of fate and do good deeds to earn Life Tiles and more money down the road!

Then, An “unknown employee” at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant was distracted for only a moment. Now the cooling tower is clogged an a chain reaction is ticking toward a catastrophic meltdown! Players race against the clock to unclog he reactor. But the more you move, the more you have to do… at the same time. Only the most nimble, least distracted, most multi-tasking Player can save Springfield. Whatever you do, Don’t Panic!!

 

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