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Board game translations

Group Description

Traditional board games previously released in physical format, that have been carried over to an electronic format. This would include games from such companies as Milton Bradley and Parker Brothers developed throughout the 20th century. Some examples are: Monopoly, Scrabble and Sorry!

Note: Games featured in the Board / Party Game genre are not automatically valid for this group. Several games, including Jones in the Fast Lane, Billionaire and Mario Party, are original electronic productions and have never been produced as actual physical board games. The genre identifies a style of play, but not necessarily actual translations.

Chess games are excluded from this group because they have their own genre.
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Selected Covers

Scrabble Blast! Windows Front Cover
Front cover for Scrabble Blast!
Six Times the Fun Windows Front Cover
Front cover for Six Times the Fun
Axis & Allies Windows Front Cover
Front cover for Axis & Allies
Scrabble Rack Attack Windows Front Cover
Front cover for Scrabble Rack Attack
Board Games Windows Front Cover
Front cover for Board Games

Selected Screenshots

Title screen
Screenshot from Scrabble Blast!
Title screen
Screenshot from Scrabble Rack Attack
Main menu
Screenshot from Reversi 3D TR
The compilation installs this menu on the player's machine. Each of the eleven boards represents a different game. The first time one is selected the game is installed, later clicks play the game
Screenshot from Board Games