1960s in games

1960s in games

:"see also" 1950s in games, 1970 in games

This page lists board games, card games, and wargames, published in the 1960s.

Games released or invented in the 1960s


*"The Game of Life" (1960)
*"Management" (1960)
*"Battle Cry" (1961)
*"Chancellorsville" (1961)
*"Civil War" (1961)
*"D-Day" (1961)
*"Go — The International Travel Game" (1961)
*"Acquire" (1962)
*"Aggravation" (1962)
*"Oh-Wah-Ree" (1962)
*"Square Mile (1962)
*"Squatter" (1962)
*"Mouse Trap" (1963)
*"Afrika Korps" (1964)
*"Focus" (1964)
*"Probe" (1964)
*"Blitzkrieg" (1965)
*"Breakthru" (1965)
*"Squander" (1965)
*"Fight in the Skies" (1966)
*"Guadalcanal" (1966)
*"Hey Pa! There's a Goat on the Roof" (1966)
*"Facts in Five" (1967)
*"Feudal" (1967)
*"Jutland" (1967)
*"Ka-Bala" (1967)
*"1914" (1968)
*"Strat-O-Matic Football" (1968)
*"Anzio" (1969)
*"Lines of Action" (1969)
*"Rivers, Roads & Rails" (1969)
*"Three Musketeers" (1969)

ignificant games-related events in the 1960s

* Parker Brothers is bought by General Mills (1963).
* Hassenfeld Brothers changes its name to Hasbro Industries and begins public trading on the American Stock Exchange (1968).
* Simulations Publications, Inc. founded by James F. Dunnigan (1969).


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