Board Games

  1938 The Adventures of Robin Hood. Published by Whitman (designer unknown). A rare roll and move dice game for four players. Presumably based on the Eroll Flynn movie of 1938, with the same title.  



1956 The Adventures of Robin Hood. Published by Bettye-B (designer unknown). A roll and move children’s game for two to four players, with a movie/TV/radio theme. Apparently based on the British TV series of the same name, starring Richard Greene. The series ran from 1955 to 1960.  
1956 Robin Hood and his Merry Men of Sherwood Forest. Published by Bell’s Toys & Games (designer unknown). A simple spin and move game for two to four players produced in the UK by Bell Toys. Each player chooses a corner of the board, which is used to hold the players pegs (‘arrows’) and any money that the player wins.
1973 Walt Disney Productions Robin Hood Game. Published by Milton Bradley (designer unknown). A roll and move children’s game for two to four players. Based on the Disney production of Robin Hood. Each player selects a character (Robin Hood, Little John, Friar Tuck or Maid Marion). The first person to get the bag of gold from Prince John and return to Robin’s Forest Hideout is the winner.
1974 Robin Hood Game. Published by Waddington Games (designer unknown). A simple dice-rolling game for younger children, for two to four players, based on the lovable Walt Disney Robin Hood film characters. The object is to get your men safely to Nottingham Castle.
1975 Walt Disney Productions Robin Hood Game. Published by Alga (Brio), John Sands Pty Ltd (designer unknown). Another roll and move dice game for children, based on the Disney Robin Hood movie.
1976 Robin Hood. Published by Pelikan, designed by Alex Randolph. A roll and move dice game for children. Players race to leave Sherwood Forest, with various shortcuts available.
1979 The Legend of Robin Hood. Published by Avalon Hill, OSG (Operational Studies Group), designed by Joe Bisio. A Hex-and-Counter Wargame, best played with two players.  The setting is 12th century England, before the signing of the Magna Carta, as the daring outlaws of Sherwood Forest oppose the Sheriff of Nottingham, Sir Guy of Guisbourne, and the evil Prince John.
1984? Robin of Sherwood Games Book. Multiple Sound Distributors Ltd (Tempo Books). Little booklet with ten board games with illustrations of the Robin of Sherwood characters.
1991 Robin Hood. Published by Laurin Company, designed by Julian Musgrave. A card game for two to six players, twelve years and up. Each scenario has it’s own prerequisites and targets. 
  1999 Robin Hood. Published by AMIGO Spiel + Freizeit GmbH, designed by Klaus Palesch. A card game for three to six players, aged eight and up. Robin Hood and his Merry Men are trying to grab as much treasure as possible from the clutches of the Sheriff of Nottingham. The player with the most valuable treasures will win when the game ends. 
2009 Sherwood Forest. Published by Eggertspiele, designed by Nils Finkenmeyer. A card game for three to six players. The players take up the roles of outlaw leaders as heirs of Robin Hood, and they vie with each other to become most successful in robbing the different nobles travelling through Sherwood, and donating the stolen money to the poor.

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