When did the board game Aggravation come out?
Although Wikipedia states "Aggravation was first produced in 1960 by CO-5 Company," the first BGG version is listed as being produced (published in BGG lingo) in 1962. BGG lists two versions by CO-5 Company for 1962, one of which was for 6 players. There is also a Canadian version published in 1962.
How do you play the board game Aggravation?
A player who lands a marble on a space occupied by an opponent's marble "aggravates" that player's piece and sends it back to that player's base. A player's piece may not be aggravated if it is on an inside corner as these are safe from aggravation. You must land on the space either before or after your opponent.
Are wahoo and aggravation the same game?
Aggravation is a board game derived from the ancient Indian game, Pachisi. It is also known as Wahoo. Playing Aggravation is a fun way to socialize with family and friends.
Who invented the game aggravation?
Both boards were made by Ralph Heald in the 1940's. One of Catherine's, brothers, inherited their mother's board when she died. The Aggravation game was patented by a family “friend” in the 1960's and has become a well known and beloved game to thousands of families in America.