In 1960 the modern version, The Game of Life, was introduced. A collaboration between Reuben Klamer and Bill Markham, it consists of a track which passes along, over, and through small mountains, buildings, and other features. A player travels along the track in a small plastic automobile, according to the spins of a small wheel on the board with spaces numbered 1 through 10. Each car has six holes into which pegs are added as the player "gets married" and "acquires children". Some "early modern" editions have eight cars. The modern game pegs or "people" are pink and blue to distinguish the genders. Each player starts the game with one peg that matches his/her gender.
There is also a bank which includes money in $5,000, $10,000, $20,000, $50,000, and $100,000 bills; automobile, life, fire, and/or homeowners' insurance policies (depending on the version); $20,000 promissory notes and stock certificates. Other tangibles vary between versions of the game. $500 bills were dropped in the 1980s as were $1,000 bills in 1992.
THE GAME OF LIFE! showcases a beautifully rendered digital game board, cards and spinner that capture the fun of the Classic game full of adventure & surprises! THE GAME OF LIFE will take players on a journey where fortunes can be won…and lost! Choose a college or career path and start down the many roads of life, make money, buy a house or start a family -- will you take the safe route or the risky road? The choice is yours as you navigate life’s rich tapestry! Do whatever it takes to retire in style with the most wealth at the end of the game to win! Multiple game modes for 1-4 players, including new, fast-play modes and single player mode
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