Catalog # W-1978
NEW - REVERSIBLE GAME BOARD - 2 GAMES IN 1
The size of this Combination Double Aggravation Game Board is an 20" Hexagon, made of solid Black Walnut, with a beautiful wood grain enhanced by a non-toxic hand rubbed natural oil finish.
This Aggravation Game Board is designed for either (6) Players or (4) Players with (6) holes up and down and fits onto an 20" Hexagon. The first side is the 6-Player Aggravation Game and on the reverse side is the 4-Player Aggravation Game, with both fitting nicely within the hexagon designed game board. The set includes: (24) 25mm (1") dia. solid opaque glass marbles of which there are (4) each of (6) different colors: White, Black, Blue, Green, Red, & Yellow. All of the marbles are used in the play of the 6-Player Aggravation Game but only (4) each of the (4) colors, White, Black, Blue, Green, are used in the play of the 4-Player Aggravation Game. The set also includes: (6) colored Dice to match the (6) sets of colors of the glass marbles used in the play of the Aggravation Game. We also include the instructions for the Aggravation game on how to play the games, if you have forgotten from childhood. The marbles and dice are stored in a velour pouch with a double drawstring that is furnished.
The marble size of 1" ( 25mm ) means the following:
1. More safety around younger children.
2. A plus factor for the elderly, because they are an easier size to pick up with arthritic hands.
3. The bright colors of the larger sized marbles assist with poor vision associated with the elderly.
The game board is designed to be able to set out permanently on display with either one of two different sides face up. It then acts as a decorative piece when not being played with. What a cool way to store a game and never have to look in the closet or drawers to find it. This type of setting invites family participation more often. The family that plays together enjoys life a whole lot more.
This game has the following qualities:
Non-Toxic (safe in child's mouth).
Decorative & Conversational throughout the house.
(All of the game boards can be left set up and out on display when not being played with and be decorative and a conversational piece.)