This bijou gem from the 1970s just oozes with the brown/orange/yellow/lime green palette of that curious decade:
The thirty-six cards occupy the top third of the box, with the rest of the depth closed-off by a rigid insert.
The 1970s, in the UK, halo-ed in the afterglow of the late 1960s - like the whole decade had eaten Ready Brek - struggling to find its own identity amid a growing, grinding, societal gloom; the desperation swept away by the Silver Jubilee, punk/new wave and the rampant greed/speed of the 1980s. I kinda miss it.
Life and Games (but mostly games) from Tony Boydell: Dad, Husband and Independent UK Game Designer, Agricola fanboy and jealous admirer of Carl Chudyk.
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