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The 1948 Board Game of Sunken Treasure by Parker Brothers

The 1948 Board Game of Sunken Treasure by Parker Brothers

The 1948 Board Game of Sunken Treasure by Parker Brothers.
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I love the opening story on the instructions of the 1948 board game of Sunken Treasure

It is as follows: “In the warm deep waters off Key West

an old Spanish ship with its Sunken Treasure has been located.
The players of this game are the crew of divers all competing for the honor of being the first to return to the Salvage Ship with treasure.” It’s interesting to think this board game was published by Parker Brothers before the famously found treasure of the Atocha by Mel Fisher in 1982.  That successful treasure story brought such excitement to the world.  It would seem, however, stories of finding sunken treasure are a timeless dream, and this game captures the wonderful adventure of diving into the depths of the ocean to recover the lost gold of the many known Spanish Ships which tragically met their ends there.
The game offers a fun twist of play.
To begin, ‘Divers’ board the ship placed at the top right space.  The Captain of the Ship (chosen at the beginning of the game (doesn’t say how the Captain is chosen- could cause some mutiny right off the start)), .

Then asks each player ‘Do you wish to leave the Ship?’

Each ‘Diver’ decides whether to leave the Ship at this point or stay aboard and wait to dive off further along the Ship’s path along the top.  If a player decides to ‘Dive’, he spins the spinner and swims down accordingly.  He is after one of the Gold Bars which have been placed on the Treasure Chest Space at the bottom of the ocean.

The first player to retrieve a Gold Bar and return to the Ship

as it moves along the top, wins the game.

The movement of the Ship is added fun

If you dive and are able to grab a Gold Bar

when you swim to the top, will you miss the Ship.
What path should you take.
Will you choose correctly?!  Oh, the adventure.
The Ship moves a space, forward, then back, again and again, until game ends (until first Diver returns with a Gold Bar).  The Ship moves after each round of Players’ Turns or if a player spins ‘Move Ship One Space’ on the spinner during a player’s turn.  A round is considered over when all the players have spun or have decided to stay aboard.  Once a player Dives, he MUST spin and move.

A Diver can move up and down a ‘Bubble Path’

but not overlapping on the same turn.
What fun.
Dive into the adventure of Games!  You will always find a treasure.
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This flaw.

The 1996 Ravensburger board game of Treasure Quest is a two player game of strategy

If you can gather more treasure from inside the palace than your opponent, you will win the Quest.
Set up.
Can you be the first Detective to locate the stolen briefcase in the 1950 Milton Bradley board game of Intrigue?  It is a players’ mission to search through an ocean liner and discover where the.
I love the opening story on the instructions of the 1948 board game of Sunken Treasure.

It is as follows: “In the warm deep waters off Key West

an old Spanish ship with its Sunken.
History is often captured and depicted on game boards.
It’s said that if you gathered games published throughout the years from a country, they would offer an insightful picture of the historical times and culture.

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The Keys are set in the ‘Purser’s Office’ on the board

The 1950 Milton Bradley Board Game of Intrigue

Posted by The 1950 Milton Bradley Board Game of Intrigue The 1948 Board Game of Sunken Treasure by Parker Brothers The 1996 Treasure Quest Board Game by Ravensburger Posted by Can you be the first Detective to locate the stolen briefcase in the 1950 Milton Bradley board game of Intrigue?  It is a players’ mission to search through an ocean liner and discover where the secret papers inside a murdered diplomat’s briefcase have been hidden.  It’s a case of Murder, Mystery, and INTRIGUE.
One of the reasons that intrigued me about this game the most was the unique game pieces.  Within my collection of board games is a smaller collection of games with distinctive pieces.  Clue with its ‘murder weapons’, El Dorado with its ‘Lanterns’, or a Knight’s Journey with its Knights made of lead, are a few examples.  To me, part of what makes a game interesting are its pieces.  Intrigue.

Instead of having Keys or Briefcases being just ‘images on cards’

are objects.
The Keys are of metal and the Briefcases are of wood.  These add to the appeal of playing the game.
To begin play, 5 of the 6 ‘Clue Cards’, are placed inside a Stateroom.  The 6th Clue Card is secretly set aside and in its position inside a Stateroom is the ‘Murder Victim’.
Next.

A Briefcase (with a hidden number) is placed inside each of the Staterooms

The Keys are set in the ‘Purser’s Office’ on the board, and A Players’ Pawn stands, ready to go on ship.
(shown below).
Each player takes turns rolling the dice and moving accordingly.  They first need to move to the ‘Purser’s Office’ to pick up a Key.  Each Key has a ‘Letter’ engraved on it.
This letter matches a Stateroom.  Players will choose a Key (with its Letter Hidden (faced down), and move towards that Stateroom.
With this Key, .

A player will be able to enter and search that particular Key’s Stateroom

A player will record the Number of Briefcase and the Number on the Clue Card once in the Stateroom on his ‘record sheet’ (shown below).  He then returns to the Purser’s Office to exchange Keys and search another Stateroom.  There are also opportunities to exchange or steal Keys and ‘Secret Information’ of other players through the ‘hallways’ too.

Once a player has completed his ‘Record Sheet’

he will know which Briefcase holds the Secret Papers and will be able to go retrieve it.  The first Detective to retrieve it, while possessing the correct Key to enter the Stateroom, is the winner.
But be careful, it must be done without it being stolen by another player.
Can it be done.
Admin.
of All About Fun and Games.
Along with being an avid collector and player of table top games, I am a writer, researcher, treasure hunter, and Founder of Kardtects (.
) I believe fun is everywhere and you are welcome to visit my other sites: (which explores mystery, adventure and the search for treasures) and (which takes building card houses to completely new levels.
Kardtects is the next generation of card house building!) Email: [email protected] Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

Required fields are marked Name Email

The first appearance of The Pink Panther was with the classic Pink Panther film in 1963

The name originates from a large Pink Diamond

which happens to have a flaw at its center.
This flaw.

The 1996 Ravensburger board game of Treasure Quest is a two player game of strategy

If you can gather more treasure from inside the palace than your opponent, you will win the Quest.
Set up.
Can you be the first Detective to locate the stolen briefcase in the 1950 Milton Bradley board game of Intrigue?  It is a players’ mission to search through an ocean liner and discover where the.
I love the opening story on the instructions of the 1948 board game of Sunken Treasure.

It is as follows: “In the warm deep waters off Key West

an old Spanish ship with its Sunken.
History is often captured and depicted on game boards.
It’s said that if you gathered games published throughout the years from a country, they would offer an insightful picture of the historical times and culture.

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