Original dating game board game
Original dating game board game - Online sex
First introduced by the Milton Bradley Company in 1965, Mystery Date quickly became a favorite board game for many tweens and teens.Whether friends were at a slumber party or passing the time on a Saturday afternoon, there was sure to be plenty of giggles and laughter once a game of Mystery Date began.
In the center of the game board is a large plastic white door.Each card shows part of the outfit the girl is wearing for her date.Once a player has a set of three matching color coded cards and lands on a game board square marked "open door," she gets a chance to open the door to reveal the hidden date.Once the door opens, one of three things happens: Another version of the game Mystery Date was reissued in 1970.The girls and their dates on the box were updated from the classic look, which is a late 1950s look, of the first edition to the "mod and groovy" retro look of the late 1960s and early 1970s.Although the game is played the same, two of the dates were changed.
The possible dates of this edition of the game include the following: In 1999 Hasbro released a slightly different version of the game Mystery Date.
The game included an electronic phone and had different game play than previous versions.
Behind the door are five boys waiting for their dates.
The spinning of the doorknob determines which date will appear when a player gets a chance to open the door.
Four of the boys are dressed for their special date, and one boy is wearing regular clothes.
He is the boy to avoid, the "dud." The four boys that are ready for their dates are dressed for the following: The girls playing the game collect cards corresponding to the four hidden dates.