1977 Electronic Battleship Board Game
Manufacturer: Milton Bradley
Condition: Near mint condition game in good condition box
First edition vintage collectable
Anyone who writes code or creates apps will appreciate the collectable value of Electronic Battleship, the “computer memory game”. In the 1970’s computers filled entire rooms, so the idea of a computer on a board game was considered revolutionary. As the instructions describe, the goal is to “be the first to sink your opponent’s fleet using push button warfare!”
The game features audio sound effects including sonar pings, misslie launches, and if you guess the right coordinates, a shattering explosion with flashing red lights! The assembled game measures 21″ x 10 1/2″ x 9″ tall and comes complete with all the ships and pegs.
The box features the original label in great shape with bright graphics and shows little wear. The original tape that held the box shut is still visible but almost faded away. The box measures 22″ x 11 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ tall. Buy it now and we’ll include 2 9 volt batteries so you can start right away!
Photos are of actual item. Climate controlled storage and minimally handled. Sold as is. Only one available.
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