Toys of the Eighties, MAD Board Game
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Based on concepts from MAD Magazine. It even had Alfred E. Neuman's picture on the box. The opposite of Monopoly in the the winner loses all his money.
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Lori - March 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Oh this is one of the best board games ever... it is like anti monopoly... and you have to do stupid things... it is great! We still play it!
Lisa - May 25, 2008 - Report this comment
This game was so cool! My sister, dad, and I would play for hours! Last I know, it is in the attic at my parent's house....
Jango threat - June 02, 2008 - Report this comment
The coolest thing about that game was if your name was Alfred E. Newman you were intitled at the beginning of the game mind you, to a dollar bill worth like well I don't remember how much exactly. Something like a 356 million dollar bill. Which was like 100 times more than all the money in the game put together. Winner,winner, chicken dinner!!!
Amy - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
I just got one from my mom, she picked it up at a yard sale.
Archie - March 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Loved this game! We had this one and the Mad Card game..kinda a twisted form of UNO. I remember this game so fondly.
stan - January 10, 2012 - Report this comment
i still have mine,if you whant i can put a picture up for you all
Rob Lambert - May 11, 2017 - Report this comment
This game was from 1979. Instead of the standard Monopoly metal markers, the pawns resembled those used in Clue. The play money had a Neuman portrait, and the board spaces had standard MAD characters by Dave Berg, Don Martin and others. Instead of Chance or Community Chest, you had Neuman Card Cards. There may have also been a wild card bearing picture og George Gaines, the creator and publisher of MAD.
Gh0st - July 02, 2020 - Report this comment
BEST.. BOARD.. GAME.. EVER!! Long live MAD Magazine!!

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