RADAR, a boardgame by Mulder from the 1950s-1960sSKU: SP-2502-19
RADAR, a boardgame by Mulder from the 1950s-1960s.
- Manufacturer: Mulder
- Manufacturing date: 1950s-1960s
Old variant of Battleship.
This exciiting game should be played by two players.
Each player receives a blue and a yellow board and 1 aircraft-carrier, consisting of 4 squares, 2 cruisers of 3 squares, 3 destroyers of 2 squares and 8 submarines of 1 square. Besides, each player receives 2 x 24 chips in two different colours.
The blue board - which is supposed to represent the sea - is the playing board. The yellow board is the radar screen, which - during the game - is used to mark the position of the opponent's fleet.
Now one places one's fleet in any position one desires on the blue board - either in a vertical or in a horizontal position. However the ships should lie free, i.e. they should not touch each other.
When the players have put their fleet in position, the game may be started and one may, in turn, guess and plot the position of the ships of one's opponent's fleet.
- 1 blue board
- 1 yellow board
- 1 aircraft-carrier
- 2 cruisers
- 3 destroyers
- 8 submarines
- 2 x 24 chips in red and black (game misses 4 red and 4 black chips according to the descriptions)
This game is in a good vintage condition with some minor traces of use and age-related traces of wear.
- Height: 3.5 cm.
- Length: 49.5 cm.
- Width: 24.7 cm.
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Country of origin
Made in Holland
Kind of object
Boardgame - old variant of Battleship
Radar - Battleship - boardgame
Number of players
Age 9 - 12
16 to 45 minutes
Cardboard - plastic
Old variant of Battleship
1950s - 1960s
Good vintage condition with some traces of use
Parcel post with track & trace