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Milton Bradley Co.

Moby ID: 2767

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Credited on 42 Games from 1977 to 1999

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Candy Land Adventure (1999 on Dedicated handheld)
Small Soldiers (1998 on Dedicated handheld)
DX Jinsei Game II (1997 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
DX Jinsei Game (1995 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
Super Scrabble (1991 on Game Boy)
Stratego (1990 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)
Abadox: The Deadly Inner War (1989 on NES)
Captain Skyhawk (1989 on NES, Arcade)
Jordan vs Bird: One on One (1988 on DOS, Game Boy, Genesis...)
Cabal (1988 on DOS, Amiga, NES...)
MB Bingo (1988 on DOS, Commodore 64)
California Games (1987 on DOS, Windows, Genesis...)
World Games (1986 on PC Booter, Amiga, NES...)
Extra! Extra! (1984 on Apple II)
Go to the Head of the Class (1984 on Apple II)
Marble Madness (1984 on PC Booter, Game Boy, Game Boy Color...)
Bigfoot (1983 on TI-99/4A)
Championship Baseball (1983 on TI-99/4A)
Honey Hunt (1983 on TI-99/4A)
Spitfire Attack (1983 on Atari 2600)

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History +

1984

Company acquired by Hasbro, Inc., initially as a board games brand.

1860

Company founded by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Trivia +

The Milton Bradley Company was established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1860. He was a game pioneer, credited by many with launching the board game industry in North America.

Milton Bradley released two games on the Atari 2600 in its Power Arcade series: Survival Run with its controller, the Cosmic Commander and Spitfire Attack with its controller, the Flight Commander. According to an ad at AtariProtos.com, there was a third game created called Tank Blitz with its controller, the Armored Commander. This game and its controller were shown at the 1984 Toy Fair but they never went to market.

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