The Milton Bradley Company was established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1860. It was taken over by Hasbro, Inc. in 1984. Now wholly owned by Hasbro, it is still retained as one of Hasbro's brands, similar to the manner in which Parker Brothers is one of Hasbro's brands. It is a board game and sometimes video game publisher.
Some Board games produced by Milton Bradley
- Bargain Hunter (1981)
- Battle Masters (1992), produced in conjunction with Games Workshop
- Battleship (1931)
- The Checkered Game of Life, the original game designed by Bradley in 1860, which is now marketed in a modern version as The Game of Life
- Connect Four (1974)
- The Gamemaster Series:
- HeroQuest (1989), produced in conjunction with Games Workshop
- Hungry Hungry Hippos (1966)
- Rack-O (1956)
- Space Crusade (1990), produced in conjunction with Games Workshop
- Omega Virus (1992)
- Comp IV (1978) The challenging computer numbers game
- Survival Run (1983) for the Atari 2600
- Spitfire Attack (1983) for the Atari 2600
- Abadox (1990) for the NES
Video game consoles
- Milton Bradley Company History (Hasbro.com)
- Review of Gamemaster board game series
- List of published board games of Milton Bradley
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