Do You Remember These Hilarious Old Board Games?

Fraggle Rock Game

Anybody who has seen Fraggle Rock knows it is the greatest show ever created. However, even most die-hard Fraggle Rock fans don’t realize it was actually made into a board game in 1984 by Milton Bradley.

The goal is to navigate through a series of places featured in the show including Doc’s Workshop, the Trash Heap, and eventually make your way to the Swimming Hole.

The game cards even seem to constantly poke fun at the show’s impromptu song-and-dance routines, forcing players to lose turns in order to “Stop to sing and play”, or advance to a location because “You’re looking for a good place to sing.”

Oh, and of course the Doozers and Gorgs are in the game as well.

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