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The Game Of Tennis
The Game Of Tennis
by National Game Company (1924)
Player Count
2 to 4
Categories
  • Sports
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  • (Uncredited)
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  • Roll / Spin and Move
  • Family
  • Sports: Tennis
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    Description

    The game of Tennis from National Games company. In this tennis game one uses a die and a pawn to represent the tennis ball which players try to rally back and forth over the net. Throw too small a number, and your ball wouldn’t make it over the net. Too big a number, and you would overshoot the back line.

    Published by the National Games Company which is credited to have been the first large-scale Australian manufacturer of locally-designed board games.

    Recorded in the National Archives of Australia, where copyright registration and exhibit is dated 1924.

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