Materials: Fabric-wrapped book with integrated storage, each game has corresponding pieces
Made by: WS Game Company
Specifications: 8.5" x 11" x 2.5"
Monopoly: The game of Monopoly was first published by Parker Brothers in 1935. Since that time, millions of people across the globe have experienced the joy of passing "GO" and collecting $200 in their attempt to "Own it All".
Clue: In 1944, a retired clerk in England, named Anthony Pratt, invented a game called "Murder." Mr. Pratt brought the concept to Waddington's Games in Leeds, England, who began producing it in 1949. Parker Brothers bought the U.S. rights to the game in 1949 and sold it under the name Clue.
Yahtzee: This classic game was invented by a wealthy Canadian couple, who played aboard their boat and named it the "Yacht" game. Their friends enjoyed it so much they asked for their own copies. The couple then approached the manufacturer, who officially launched this game as Yahtzee in 1956.