Dancing Dolls

Coin-op Working Model published 271 years ago by Clebsch, Johann Ferdinand

Impossible to emulate.


Dancing Dolls © 1748 Clebsch [Johann Ferdinand Clebsch].

2-player game. Each player must put a guilder at stake to move 4 dolls from a side, and 3 from the other. Seven Twines allow to drive dolls on a board; dancing, they bump. The goal of the game is to overthrow those of his opponent who disappear into a hole. Whoever manages to keep its 3 dolls standing receives a half-guilder of the opponent.


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The game has disappeared, but the manual is currently in possession of the family of Count Blenheim from Pöchlarn (lower-Austria).


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