6. Candy Land (1949)
Eleanor Abbott designed this classic childhood game in 1945, while she was recovering from polio. But, the game didn’t go into production until 1949, after Milton Bradley bought the rights.
10. Sorry! (1934)
Sorry! is based on Pachisi, a game which originated in 16th-century India.
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