Combination Board, 4 Games (boxed):
Manufactured by Wilder Mfg. Co., St. Louis, MO., U.S.A., around 1920, before they carved up Germany and Austria-Hungary and created Poland, etc., because the map matches 1918 Europe.
This set of 4 games (designed for 2 to 4 players) in one box includes two folding game boards with a game on each side. The four games are: 1. Indian Home Game (looks and plays like Parcheesi); 2. Game Hunt (move around the board scoring points for shooting critters -- Rabbit = 1, Lion = 12); 3. Army and Navy (move around a map of WWI Europe, scoring points for capturing enemy officers and weapons -- Zeppelin = 1, Flag and General = 10); 4. Auto Race (race around a track, avoid obstacles, cross finish line 1st).
Contents: Two 12" x 12" mounted game boards with a different game on each side, 16 1/2-inch round wooden playing pieces (4 red, 4 yellow, 4 green, 4 blue), and 1D6 (wooden) in a 6.5" x 14" x 1.5" flat box. The rules for 3 games are inside the lid; the Auto Race game has the rules right on the board.