We had an attempt at playing the game one night, its pretty awful to play, but the board spinner & figure cards look great..very basic, throw a dice, miss a go stuff, not very challenging even for the time, i remember a Friend having it but i don't remember it being so dull to play.
Most of the other Denys Fisher games had the same problem, ( except War of the Daleks) and used the same game play, They had a spinner instead of dice, carded figures..etc, they were obviously quick money making spin offs what saved them was, as I've said, they looked great.
|Great board & bionic Spinner!|
A total surprise was finding this 1970's poster mag in the box, hidden under the inside board!..it opens out into a huge poster of Lee Majors i can imagine this graced many walls in the UK during the 1970's.
|Dollar Bonus Mag!|
|the great Steve Austin|
The actual outfit is hilarious. but as a child's dressing up outfit it kind of works, just a red suit of some kind would have been really dull, so i guess they overcompensated with this!..its madly Psychedelic.
I love the side of the box too..great little graphic, i also have the Batman dressing up outfit from around the same time, but the box is nowhere near as good.
|Shame about the faded box|
The slides look great, but its no longer working but i do love those old Chad Valley projector sets, i have a few more Dollar Man items scattered around the Toy room, my fave being this Old Oscar Goldman doll who's fallen fowl of the Mighty Jaws..
|Poor Oscar he'll need Bionic legs now!|
|Steve and his pal The Green Goblin!|