Players spin to get the bones they need to complete their skeleton, complete with its own scaffold. The bones are kept in a plastic and cardboard coffin with the name "Barnabas Collins" engraved on the lid. Also in the coffin are a number of wooden stakes. If your spin lands on a stake, it's not good: once you have three stakes, you have to return a bone. First player to finish their skeleton wins, and gets to wear the included (but almost always missing) "Barnabas Collins vampire fangs." (Hopefully they were washed between games.)
The spinner. Watch out for those stakes.
The coffin full of bones (and stakes).
Coffin name plate.
A completed skeleton.
And, as if it's not already fabulous enough that Barnabas fangs are the prize, they also glow in the dark! And so do the skeletons. Awesome.
now i'll have to start looking for one of these! my philosophy is if it glows in the dark, it has to be cool..ReplyDelete
That's a great philosophy when it comes to vintage toys, and one I share myself! Happy hunting!Delete
So cool indeed! My older brother had the game and we played it often. I think his teacher took away the fangs at school. LolReplyDelete