| Posted 09/27/10 at 12:18 AM||Reply with quote #1 |
In the 80s I used to play this game that was an actual haunted house about 1 1/2 foot tall with rooms and you would drop a silver ball to see where it landed. Can anyone remember the name of it?
| Posted 09/27/10 at 12:48 AM||Reply with quote #2 |
This group is actually focused on vintage video games, as opposed to games of the non-electronic persuasion. Sorry!
That said, I think you're talking about Which Witch. From the description:
Classic three dimensional haunted house race game from the seventies. Players move their pawns around the board trying to be the first to escape the house. Along the way players draw cards that either: a) turn you into a mouse (can't move), b) turn you back into a child if you are a mouse, or c) have you drop the "whammy" ball down the chimney. The whammy ball comes out in one of the four quadrants of the game board and makes something move (witch's broom, secret door, etc.). If a player's pawn (or mouse) is hit by the ball or moving object it is sent backwards to a "safe" spot.
| Posted 09/27/10 at 03:56 PM||Reply with quote #3 |
|Also known as Ghost Castle in the UK. |