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Parcheesi

Parcheesi, the Royal Game of India, Is Back Again At Your Request

Parcheesi

Parcheesi, the Royal Game of India, Is Back Again At Your Request


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Suggested by Sally Krammes, Schuylkill Haven, PA

We've lost count of how many customers begged us to find Parcheesi. Sally Krammes of Schuylkill Haven, PA, who remembers playing with her sister and her mother at the kitchen table, wrote, "I want my grandchildren to have the same kind of fun that I had playing this game." So here it is, complete with dice cups. Includes playing board, pawns for up to four players, and dice. Ages 8 and up.

  • Our version is modeled after the 1950s Milton Bradley edition you knew and loved
  • Parcheesi has been a hit since the 1800s
  • Available only at The Vermont Country Store

Many Parcheesi fans had a secret lucky shake of the cup—it's all in the roll of the dice with this game.


WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts
Not for children under 3 yrs.

Parcheesi

Safety Warnings

For ages 8 and up. Small parts warning: choking hazard.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Cord Polarized: N

Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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Childhood Memory I have the fondest memories as a child playing Parcheesi with brother, mom and dad...a simple board game of rolling the dice and reveling in joy as we competed in taking all player pieces home. For Christmas this year I sent my daughter and fiancé their very own game and they loved it - best of all we can play when I come to visit! December 27, 2013
YEA! Almost all of the games and items you carry in your catalog brings back memories of my family and friends playing or having at their homes....THANKS! September 22, 2013
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Parcheesi …

"I remember playing Parcheesi with my sister and mother at the kitchen table. I want my grandchildren to have the same kind of fun that I had playing this game." - Sally Krammes, Schuylkill Haven, PA

"As the youngest of six children, lots of board games were played at the dining table, none more than Parcheesi. My siblings grew up and one by one left the nest. My mom passed away November 11, 2006. Some of the pieces to our original game got lost due to "my Kid's" We were stuck playing the animal version with much frustration. Mom and I searched High and low for the original, which they no longer make. When I think of Parcheesi, I think of mom, and I'm happy because for so many years before my kids were born we would play for "hours"(best out of 5, best out of 7) Mom and I banned my husband from playing, because he took forever to make his moves, anticipating what the next person might roll, he took the fun out of it! With this purchase my children must pledge to love honor and cherish the game, they may not squeeze the cup! The kids are now 17, 15 and 9; they will be held accountable...In loving memory of the very best mom!" - Maureen, Philadelphia, PA

"I am now 75, & my daughter remarked that HER two girls don't know this game that our family used to play @ the kitchen table. Now they can do this, and maybe invite me too!" - Ellie Andrews, Solvang, CA