Cassette Juego was a very popular late 80´s spin and move series of portatile boardgames that were created in spain by CASA CHICO, but later was very popular in Venezuela and Peru,among other southamerican countries.(produced by Loklinka and Maxi S.A.)
The game itself was portable with shape of a 80´s old audio cassette, that come with it cassette box.The cassette was displayed in three sections. One is located in what was the function of the die, which was replaced by a rotating wheel with various numbers printed on it. The other two panels formed the board cassette. It was made of metal, for small magnetic chips (usually four, but this varied depending on the game) could adhere securely and not dropped or lost. When not being used, the chips were placed in a small metal plate located on the upper right of the board.
The games in several Cassette Juego versions:
CJ-1: El juego de la oca (Goose Game); CJ-2: Drácula; CJ-3: Salto en paracaídas (Parachute); CJ-4: Captura del hombre de las nieves (Get the Yeti); CJ-5: Fotografía submarina (Submarine Pictures); CJ-6: Reportero gráfico (Reporter); CJ-7: El Supermago; CJ-8: Carrera de bólidos (Formula 1); CJ-9: El detective y el ladrón (Detective and thieves); CJ-10: En busca del tesoro; CJ-11: La escalera; CJ-12: Vuelo libre.
Later games like: Parchís, La casa del terror (horror House), El conde de Montecristo, Caza del oso (Bear Hunt) y Rally.
Many games were too similar but with theme enough to be different from each others.
This was a great Landmark in 80´s Venezuela & Peru toys and boardgaming.
Nominally related to Flipsiders