My grandmother’s hall closet was absolutely full of board games. Everything from Pit to Chinese Checkers to Mouse Trap and some game called The Amazing Race (I think?) that I don’t ever remember actually playing–just messing around with the little roulette-like wheel that came with it.
I don’t ever remember really playing this game, either, though I’m sure I must have. Most of the time I took it out of the closet so I could put the marbles in the holes and watch them cascade down the board.
We play it a lot, now. Especially with the weather turning cold and more fires being lit–games in front of the fire is just what winter is all about, right?