What games did the Parker Brothers make?

What games did the Parker Brothers make?

More than 1,800 games were published under the Parker Brothers name since 1883. Among its products were Monopoly, Cluedo (licensed from the British publisher and known as Clue in North America), Sorry!, Risk, Trivial Pursuit, Ouija, Aggravation, Bop It, and Probe.

What was the Parker Brothers most famous game?

MonopolyParker Brothers is the company most well-known for Monopoly, arguably the most famous board game of all. In 1883 a 16-year-old named George S. Parker of Salem, Massachusetts, invented The Game of Banking.

What major change did the Parker brothers make in 1970?

The new celluloid ball made ping and pong sounds and thus the game was so renamed. Parker Brothers acquired the rights to use the Ping-Pong name in America as they introduced this new sport. Parker Brothers put all their resources behind marketing Monopoly.

When did Hasbro buy Parker Brothers?

1991According to Hasbro, which acquired Parker Brothers in 1991, more than 275 million Monopoly games — including more than 6 billion green houses and 2.25 billion red hotels — have been sold since 1935.