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I was waiting around somewhere this past week and noticed a pile of old board games. A few were familiar, all of them well worn, but some looked insanely ancient, like from before 2000. I picked one up, made by "Parker" something, and opened it carefully. Checking the manual, I saw the manufacturing date was 1964. I was holding something over 50 years old! Glancing at the cards and pieces, I saw they were pristine, no bends, frays, or scratches. Nice! But really, must be epically dull to have avoided so many decades of play time.