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Retro Series Sorry! 1958 Edition Game

  • Retro Series Sorry! game looks like the 1958 edition
  • Game has bold vintage Sorry! Graphics
  • Classic wooden pawns
  • Unique collectible packaging
  • Includes full-sized gameboard based on the 1958 edition, SORRY! card deck with retro graphics, 16 classic wooden pawns, and instructions
Dial the time machine back to 1958 with this Retro Series Sorry! game! This retro edition of the classic game lets you bump, slide and (“SORRY!”) send your opponent back to Start as you make your way around the game board. With bold vintage graphics, classic wooden pawns, and unique collectible packaging, the great game of Sorry! hasn’t been this cool since you were a kid! Sorry! and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.

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  1. Ladyfingers says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    May Be Retro, But The Way The Board Folds Up Isn’t The Same Quality, August 21, 2017
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    Ladyfingers (Northern Michigan) –

    This review is from: Retro Series Sorry! 1958 Edition Game (Toy)
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    I decided to replace some of the classic board games we grew up with, starting with Sorry. While this retro edition is similar to the game we already have, there’s a new feature I’m just not crazy about. Our old board is slightly smaller and it opens in half. In the entire 50+ years we’ve played with the game, there isn’t a rip or tear anywhere to be seen on the board. Hasbro re-designed the way this new board opens—now it folds up into quarters, with a big open split through the center of the board. Other than a reinforced middle that allowed for easy bending, the original board had no open seams anywhere. I’ve played with other new games designed just like this one, and in no time at all, the boards’ middles have ultimately ripped, frayed or been damaged in some way. Throw in kids and it’s almost sure to happen. This board’s middle is entirely exposed to unnecessary stress and wear and tear. One half is split wide open, and the other side is cut to almost the same point. It holds onto the rest of the board by a thread.

    We won’t be getting rid of our old and musty-smelling Sorry game just yet—I have the sinking feeling its board will outlast this newer one by many, many years. I wonder why Hasbro felt the need to fold this board up more compactly and into quarters, especially since the box that holds all the pieces is almost the same size as our original game.

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  2. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Neat version of a must own classic, August 24, 2017
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    D_Strasse (Charlotte, NC) –

    This review is from: Retro Series Sorry! 1958 Edition Game (Toy)
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    About Sorry the game:
    Sorry is simply a classic and whichever version you get, it’s highly recommended. One of the few games from my childhood that still stands up today in the era of board game renaissance. It’s simple to pick up, easy to teach younger kids, and just plain fun at any age.

    About this 1958 Retro Edition. The main differences are:
    * Tri-fold board with slightly larger total area then current bi-fold board.
    * Wooden pieces
    * 1958 design and motif.

    The game board slightly thicker and feels more robust than our current base game though as others have mentioned it is a tri-fold design. The way a tri-fold board works is that the board is almost fully cut through from the front at the folds leaving the back layer of paper to fold on. It then folds into four even squares. This is a pretty common method for larger boards though if you’re not careful you can easily pull the board up at the fold edges. (I’ve already done it myself by though a single clumsy fold.) If there is risk of being hard on the board I can understand going with a different version though with a modicum of care the board should last a long time.

    Game cards don’t feel any different than our current deck of cards; on the thin side but they work.

    All that said, considering the price of this edition and the standard edition of the game are the same (we own the Amazon exclusive edition – probably bought before it was the Amazon exclusive edition) it really comes down to aesthetic preference.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Are wooden pieces and classic graphics worth a 25% premium?, August 27, 2017
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    Matthew T. Weflen (Chicago, IL) –

    This review is from: Retro Series Sorry! 1958 Edition Game (Toy)
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    This is the second “Retro” Hasbro product I’ve gotten (the other being Scrabble). The appeal is in getting wooden pieces and game-board/playing piece art that reminds you of your childhood.

    Like with Sorry! for instance, the new versions of the game come with clear plastic pieces (which look pretty neat, to be honest) but really bad “modern” font choices and layout decisions on the cards and board, which make things hard to read. This edition has wooden pieces, the classic game board with little in the way of ornamentation and an easy-to-read font, and the cards are pretty basic, too.

    Although I like it quite a bit for these reasons, I think overall the package isn’t worth the 25% premium (or more) over the modern versions. Except for the wooden pieces, the materials are the same sort of cardboard and paper you’d find on the modern versions. So that’s where the star came off. But they are still slightly preferable even with the price difference.

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