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Vintage Board Game Review: Silly Safari (1966)

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There Will Be Games

A game where you run through a safari trying to capture the most animals?!

Silly Safari (1966)

There Will Be Games

Bernardo Rodriguez (He/Him)
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Bernardo is Puerto Rican, but was born in Germany (Dad was in the military). He is a professional magician who has created magic effects for magicians all around the world, as well as a multimedia production professional who worked for a few years for some pretty awesome companies (Adidas, GK Elite, etc.) (Adidas, GK Elite, etc.). Although he now works at a bank, he continues to exercise his multimedia skills and creativity to create outrageous reviews and parody commercials for board games on Tabletop Island.

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engineer Al replied the topic: #310712 28 May 2020 00:04
Great fun once again. Thanks!
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Sagrilarus replied the topic: #310718 28 May 2020 09:03
Labeled a "Board Game Review/Commercial" no less!

In spite of the impressive hair, it's that cloud over your shoulder that keeps drawing my attention. It wiggles . . . just enough to pull the eye to it. Clearly you have spent thousands on your set.

I love to see games like these, and wonder to myself if someone could make them work better and be more interesting with a new production. Don't know if they would sell, and I'm sure that's why we don't see them, but if they took a shot at Fireball Island they could take a shot at something like this. But -- it would actually have to work better.
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TabletopIsland replied the topic: #311896 10 Jul 2020 23:01
I'm sorry I'm just now seeing this! Thanks buddy! Definitely cheap set and designed to be more comical since retro sets were always in the way and mics come down into frame more often than not haha.