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Hanna Barbera Board Games

Discussion in 'Hanna-Barbera' started by Iffy, Jan 2, 2018.

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    Iffy Newbie New Member

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    Hey, everyone. Does anybody know any reliable sellers for board games based off of Hanna Barbera cartoons? I'm just starting to collect, and I'm not sure where to start. I know there's the obvious ebay, but I enjoy "the hunt" of trade shows/conventions/dealers, and I haven't had the best luck with bidding. I haven't used etsy before, either. If anyone has any input, please let me know! I'm keeping my eye out for toy fairs around the midwest.
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    Hmm, I can't recall any board game based on Hanna-Barbera productions. There is one put out by (Milton Bradley when they were still extant?) based on Disney Television's Rescue Rangers series. This was mainly a children's game: roll one die, move the token, aim to land on "Collect One Piece" spaces, and avoid penalty spaces. Collecting six pieces of the same color completed a device that'd thwart Professor Nimnul and win the game. Since backwards movement was allowed, dodging penalty spaces was easy enough, and the central space was a wild-card, moving one's token to any other space on the board, including the Piece-Collect spaces. Typical play ran 15 to 20 minutes, though much longer if players abused the "Steal A Piece" space.
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    There was a Jonny Quest board game from the 1960's.
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    I believe there was, one time, a Scooby-Doo version of Clue.

    Milton Bradley released a Richie Rich board game in 1982, but its art depicted the comic book series which had recently stopped publishing at the time.
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    There's always ebay...but I did see a Yogi Bear game...

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    I don't know much about board games. But interested to know more.

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