Toys of the Eighties, A-Team Board Game
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This was a pretty lame game where you had little cardboard cutouts of each character [from the show] which sat in little stands. The board consisted of various spaces which made a spiral to the centre. There were cards (similar to Monopoly) and each space had a different direction for the player. Not a lot of fun... I believe dice were used to control player movement.

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Rob Lambert - February 19, 2018 - Report this comment
Parker Brothers released the "A-Team" game in 1984. One game could be won in ten or so minutes. The limited fun factor, along with the rise in home video game consoles, made this a sales failure. Regarding the series, I never minded Mr. Tero. He was all talk, all attitude, all personality. He had to be. In the five years, the Team and bad guys kept shooting at each other, hardly anyone got hit. Back to the game, a color picture of T was packed in originally. Pawns were of Face, Hannibal, Murdock and April. B.A. appeared only on game board spaces.

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