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The Game of Time
The Game of Time
by National Game Company (1913)
Player Count
2
Categories
  • Environmental
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  • (Uncredited)
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  • Roll / Spin and Move
  • Family
  • Player Count: Two Player Only Games
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    The Game of Time was first produced in 1913 by the National Game Company in Australia. Board visuals include circular tracks of concentric rings and stylistically period lithographics of the seasons with gilt surrounds. Players spin a tee-totum to move their piece around the rings beginning on 1 minute. After completing 60 minutes by exact spin a player can progress to the inner ring of 24 hours, then a further inner ring of 7 days and weeks, then the 12 months and finally to home which is one year. The board promotes that it is "an instructive game for any number of players" hinting that the game aims to be educational on time and the seasons.

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