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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Pretty Pretty Princess'', ''Girl Talk'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published 8 video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Pretty Pretty Princess'', ''Girl Talk'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published 8 video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Time Lord'', ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Milton Bradley has also manufactured licensed board games for many years, ranging from mere themed variants of their other games, to whole games based off a show or franchise (many game shows took this route, such as ''Series/{{Concentration}}'', ''Series/{{Password}}'', ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', ''Series/EyeGuess'', ''Series/ThreeOnAMatch'', ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' and ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'', among many others), including things you wouldn't think they'd base a board game off of (ie. ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'').

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Milton Bradley has also manufactured licensed board games for many years, ranging from mere themed variants of their other games, to whole games based off a show or franchise (many game shows took this route, such as ''Series/{{Concentration}}'', ''Series/{{Password}}'', ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', ''Series/EyeGuess'', ''Series/ThreeOnAMatch'', ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' and ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'', among many others), including things you wouldn't think they'd base a board game off of (ie. ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'').''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', ''Series/HannahMontana'').


Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published 8 video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Pretty Pretty Princess'', ''Girl Talk'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published 8 video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few 8 video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'' ''Cabal'', ''Marble Madness'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Milton Bradley itself was taken over by Creator/{{Hasbro}} in 1984 and, up until recently, was retained by Hasbro as a brand, much like Parker Brothers (which they bought in 1991 alongside Kenner and Tonka); however, both names seem to have been phased out in favor of a unified ''Hasbro Gaming'' brand. It is a publisher of board games and sometimes video games. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Milton Bradley marketed a series of games, such as ''TabletopGame/{{HeroQuest}}'', in North America that were developed in the United Kingdom by Creator/GamesWorkshop (GW). These games drew heavily from GW's ''Warhammer Fantasy'' universe, albeit without explicit reference to the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' product line.

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Milton Bradley itself was taken over by Creator/{{Hasbro}} in 1984 and, up until recently, was retained by Hasbro as a brand, much like Parker Brothers (which they bought in 1991 alongside Kenner and Tonka); however, both names seem to have been phased out in favor of a unified ''Hasbro Gaming'' brand. It is was a publisher of board games and sometimes video games. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Milton Bradley marketed a series of games, such as ''TabletopGame/{{HeroQuest}}'', in North America that were developed in the United Kingdom by Creator/GamesWorkshop (GW). These games drew heavily from GW's ''Warhammer Fantasy'' universe, albeit without explicit reference to the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' product line.



Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''Girl Talk: The Game of Truth or Dare'' (acquired from Western Publishing Company in 1993), ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''Mall Madness'', ''True You'' (aimed at girls), ''Pretty Pretty Princess'', ''Electronic Dream Phone'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''Girl Talk: The Game of Truth or Dare'' (acquired from Western Publishing Company in 1993), ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''Mall Madness'', ''True You'' (aimed at girls), ''Pretty Pretty Princess'', ''Electronic Dream Phone'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''Girl Talk: The Game of Truth or Dare'' (acquired from Western Publishing Company in 1993), ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''Mall Madness'', ''True You'' (aimed at girls), ''Pretty Pretty Princess'', ''Electronic Dream Phone'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal'' and ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). ''Ravensburger''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal ''Cabal'' and Abadox: ''Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''Captain Skyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also published a few video games for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''Captain Skyhawk'', ''VideoGame/CaptainSkyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''World Games'', ''Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War'').


Milton Bradley itself was taken over by Creator/{{Hasbro}} and, up until recently, was retained by Hasbro as a brand, much like Parker Brothers; however, both names seem to have been phased out in favor of a unified ''Hasbro Gaming'' brand. It is a publisher of board games and sometimes video games. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Milton Bradley marketed a series of games, such as ''TabletopGame/{{HeroQuest}}'', in North America that were developed in the United Kingdom by Creator/GamesWorkshop (GW). These games drew heavily from GW's ''Warhammer Fantasy'' universe, albeit without explicit reference to the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' product line.

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Milton Bradley itself was taken over by Creator/{{Hasbro}} in 1984 and, up until recently, was retained by Hasbro as a brand, much like Parker Brothers; Brothers (which they bought in 1991 alongside Kenner and Tonka); however, both names seem to have been phased out in favor of a unified ''Hasbro Gaming'' brand. It is a publisher of board games and sometimes video games. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Milton Bradley marketed a series of games, such as ''TabletopGame/{{HeroQuest}}'', in North America that were developed in the United Kingdom by Creator/GamesWorkshop (GW). These games drew heavily from GW's ''Warhammer Fantasy'' universe, albeit without explicit reference to the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' product line.



Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also did a few video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy (California Games, Captain Skyhawk, the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', World Games, Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War).

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Many of their most popular board games include ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also did published a few video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and Game Boy (California Games, Captain Skyhawk, UsefulNotes/GameBoy (''California Games'', ''Captain Skyhawk'', the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', World Games, Cabal ''World Games'', ''Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War).
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Milton Bradley itself was taken over by Creator/{{Hasbro}} and is still retained as one of Hasbro's brands, like Creator/ParkerBrothers. It is a publisher of board games and sometimes video games. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Milton Bradley marketed a series of games, such as ''TabletopGame/{{HeroQuest}}'', in North America that were developed in the United Kingdom by Creator/GamesWorkshop (GW). These games drew heavily from GW's ''Warhammer Fantasy'' universe, albeit without explicit reference to the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' product line.

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Milton Bradley itself was taken over by Creator/{{Hasbro}} and is still and, up until recently, was retained by Hasbro as one of Hasbro's brands, a brand, much like Creator/ParkerBrothers.Parker Brothers; however, both names seem to have been phased out in favor of a unified ''Hasbro Gaming'' brand. It is a publisher of board games and sometimes video games. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Milton Bradley marketed a series of games, such as ''TabletopGame/{{HeroQuest}}'', in North America that were developed in the United Kingdom by Creator/GamesWorkshop (GW). These games drew heavily from GW's ''Warhammer Fantasy'' universe, albeit without explicit reference to the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' product line.



Most of their board games include Girl Talk (the 1995 edition), Pretty Pretty Princess, Electronic Mall Madness, Electronic Dream Phone, The Game of Life, Candy Land, Chutes & Ladders, Twister, Electronic True You, Mystery Date, Heartthrob, Yahtzee and Last Chance (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also did a few video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy (California Games, Captain Skyhawk, the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', World Games, Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War). Unlike Milton Bradley, Creator/{{Hasbro}} kept the trademark of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' and turned it into much more girlier versions (in partnership with Tween Brands, Inc. and Fundex) such as ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Limited Too Collector's Edition and ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Justice Collector's Edition.

Milton Bradley also manufactured licensed board games from different companies including Disney, ''Creator/{{Nintendo}}'' (Pokemon Master Trainer), ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', Power Rangers, Teletubbies, Sesame Street, ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Simpsons, Shrek, Nickelodeon (''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''), Beverly Hills 90210 and Star Wars.
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Most Many of their most popular board games include Girl Talk (the 1995 edition), Pretty Pretty Princess, Electronic Mall Madness, Electronic Dream Phone, ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life, Candy Land, Chutes Life]]'' (invented by Milton Bradley himself), ''TabletopGame/CandyLand'', ''Chutes & Ladders, Twister, Electronic True You, Mystery Date, Heartthrob, Yahtzee Ladders'', ''Twister'', ''TabletopGame/{{Yahtzee}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Battleship}}'' and Last Chance ''Last Chance'' (originally manufactured by ''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also did a few video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy (California Games, Captain Skyhawk, the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', World Games, Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War). Unlike Milton Bradley, Creator/{{Hasbro}} kept the trademark of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' and turned it into much more girlier versions (in partnership with Tween Brands, Inc. and Fundex) such as ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Limited Too Collector's Edition and ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Justice Collector's Edition.

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Milton Bradley has also manufactured licensed board games for many years, ranging from different companies mere themed variants of their other games, to whole games based off a show or franchise (many game shows took this route, such as ''Series/{{Concentration}}'', ''Series/{{Password}}'', ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', ''Series/EyeGuess'', ''Series/ThreeOnAMatch'', ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' and ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}'', among many others), including Disney, ''Creator/{{Nintendo}}'' (Pokemon Master Trainer), ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', Power Rangers, Teletubbies, Sesame Street, ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Simpsons, Shrek, Nickelodeon (''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''), Beverly Hills 90210 and Star Wars.
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things you wouldn't think they'd base a board game off of (ie. ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'').


The Milton Bradley Company is an American game company established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1860. In 1920, it absorbed the game production of [=McLoughlin=] Brothers, formerly the largest game manufacturer in the United States, and in 1987, it purchased Selchow and Righter, makers of ''Parcheesi'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}''.

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The Milton Bradley Company is an American game company established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1860. In 1920, it absorbed the game production of [=McLoughlin=] Brothers, formerly the largest game manufacturer in the United States, and in 1987, it purchased Selchow and Righter, makers of ''Parcheesi'' ''Parcheesi'', ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}''.
''TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit''.


Most of their board games include Girl Talk (the 1995 edition), Pretty Pretty Princess, Electronic Mall Madness, Electronic Dream Phone, The Game of Life, Candy Land, Chutes & Ladders, Twister, Electronic True You, Mystery Date, Heartthrob, Yahtzee and Last Chance (originally manufactured by ''Creator/Ravensburger''). The company also did a few video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy (California Games, Captain Skyhawk, the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', World Games, Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War). Unlike Milton Bradley, Creator/{{Hasbro}} kept the trademark of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' and turned it into much more girlier versions (in partnership with Tween Brands, Inc. and Fundex) such as ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Limited Too Collector's Edition and ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Justice Collector's Edition.

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Most of their board games include Girl Talk (the 1995 edition), Pretty Pretty Princess, Electronic Mall Madness, Electronic Dream Phone, The Game of Life, Candy Land, Chutes & Ladders, Twister, Electronic True You, Mystery Date, Heartthrob, Yahtzee and Last Chance (originally manufactured by ''Creator/Ravensburger'').''Creator/{{Ravensburger}}''). The company also did a few video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy (California Games, Captain Skyhawk, the portable version of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', World Games, Cabal and Abadox: The Deadly Inner War). Unlike Milton Bradley, Creator/{{Hasbro}} kept the trademark of ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' and turned it into much more girlier versions (in partnership with Tween Brands, Inc. and Fundex) such as ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Limited Too Collector's Edition and ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'' Justice Collector's Edition.


Milton Bradley also manufactured licensed board games from different companies including Disney, ''Creator/{{Nintendo}}'' (Pokemon), ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', Power Rangers, Teletubbies, Sesame Street, ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Simpsons, Shrek, Nickelodeon (''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''), Beverly Hills 90210 and Star Wars.

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Milton Bradley also manufactured licensed board games from different companies including Disney, ''Creator/{{Nintendo}}'' (Pokemon), (Pokemon Master Trainer), ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', Power Rangers, Teletubbies, Sesame Street, ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Simpsons, Shrek, Nickelodeon (''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''), Beverly Hills 90210 and Star Wars.


Milton Bradley also manufactured licensed board games from different companies including Disney, ''Creator/Nintendo'' (Pokemon), ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', Power Rangers, Teletubbies, Sesame Street, ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Simpsons, Shrek, Nickelodeon (''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''), Beverly Hills 90210 and Star Wars.

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Milton Bradley also manufactured licensed board games from different companies including Disney, ''Creator/Nintendo'' ''Creator/{{Nintendo}}'' (Pokemon), ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', Power Rangers, Teletubbies, Sesame Street, ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'', Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Simpsons, Shrek, Nickelodeon (''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''), Beverly Hills 90210 and Star Wars.

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