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Candy Land
game board

Recovering from Polio, Eleanor Abbott invented the game Candy Land in 1945. She envisioned the game for polio-stricken children to play as they recovered. Some historians believe t… Read More

Candy Land
board game

Candy Land, the first board game most American children learn to play, owes its existence to one of the most feared diseases in the country during the first half of the 20th centur… Read More

Candy Land
card game
Candy Land
board game
Candy Land
towel | game
Candy Land
board game
Candy Land
board game

In 1860 Milton Bradley moved to Springfield, Massachusetts, and established the state's first color lithography shop. Bradley's first success, The Checkered Game of Life, sold over… Read More

Candy Land Adventure
electronic toy

Toy creator and electronics wizard Greg Hyman always knew he wanted to invent things. Even as a youngster he wrote and circulated a flyer that offered his schoolmates lessons in in… Read More

Candy Land Adventure
video game

It all began with Ralph Baer, the "Father of TV Games." His ideas ushered in a new era of electronic entertainment and sparked the home video game revolution. In the nearly four … Read More