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The Wayne County Game

board game

Wayne County Historical Society published The Wayne County Game in 1984, a time when many communities and even businesses were producing Monopoly-style board games to commemorate their particular organizations. This version resembles Monopoly, in that property spaces on the board represent real places throughout Wayne County, as well as local products such as apples. In game play, players accumulate "apples" in the form of plastic tokens. Landing on a particular space or drawing a card awards apples to players during each round. The first player to reach 15 apples is the winner.

  • Designer: Jennifer Martin
  • Material: printed paper | cardboard | plastic
  • Origin: USA
  • Style: race | wealth
  • Object ID: 114.1791
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