Baretta: The Street Detective Game - 1976 - Milton Bradley - Great Condition
On a turn, a player rolls the dice and moves Baretta in any one direction the amount rolled. If he lands on a space with a card, he turns the card over and follows the directions (usually moving him an extra amount of spaces or to a specific location). If he lands on an outer ring space without a card, the player draws the top card from his pile, looks at it, places it on the empty space, and marks it with a token of his color. Eventually players will start placing their Baretta Captures cards on the board and the first player to move Baretta onto his Capture card wins. So players are constantly trying to move the Baretta pawn away from cards marked by opponents and towards their own capture cards.