Pollyanna Game - 1967 - Parker Brothers - Great/Amazing Condition
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Pollyanna Game - Complete - Great/Amazing Condition
by Parker Brothers
Category: Board Games
Genre: Family Game
30 Min Playing Time
Pollyanna is a race/pursuit game published by Parker Brothers between 1915 and 1967. During those years, several editions appeared with differing artwork and game pieces. Some of these editions are entitled Dixie or Dixie-Pollyanna and some are subtitled "The Great Home Game," "The Glad Game," or "Parker Brothers Track Pursuit Game." Pollyanna itself gets its name from the title of the 1913 children's novel by Eleanor H. Porter. Each piece color in the game is associated with one of the characters in the novel. In the original 1915 edition blue was Aunt Polly; green was Nancy; red was Jimmy; and yellow was John Pendleton. These color associations changed in future editions.
The game is widely recognized as a variant of Parcheesi, which is itself derived from Pachisi, a classic game of India. The object of Pollyanna, as in all games of the Pachisi family, is to be the first player to move his or her four men from the start space around the board to the home space. During the course of the game, players may also land on single opposing pieces and send them back to start. Two or three opposing pieces on the same space can neither be captured nor passed.
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