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May 7, 2020 / Posted by:

Forbidden Bridge!

Fireball Island was the most magnificent board game that ever existed in the history of board games. And Forbidden Bridge was the look-for-less version of that game, which also makes it an achievement in board game perfection.  I’m saying that even though that bridge demon looks like a log of soft shit with eyes.

Forbidden Bridge was a lot like Fireball Island. The goal was to get your hands on gems from a lost civilization. You started out at the bottom, and had to work your way through the river, and then up a cliff, and across the Forbidden Bridge to that glum caca creature. You had to snatch a jewel from the idol and then make your way back across the bridge to your canoe and drop it off. You had to go back and get a second jewel and bring that to your canoe as well before you could claim victory.

Forbidden Bridge was also a technological work of wonder, because if someone rolled the dice and got the idol’s face, you had to press a button on the idol, which would cause the entire bridge to shake. If your game piece fell off the bridge, it jacked up your game. Milton Bradley must have worked with NASA on Forbidden Bridge because I don’t know how they achieved that feat of engineering (answer: 2 AA batteries).

Here’s a commercial from 1993 for it:

I’ve never played Forbidden Bridge, so when I’m on my death bed, my last words will definitely be, “But.. but I never got to play Forbidden Bridge…..” And yes, I know I can get one on eBay, but it’s $175! IN THIS ECONOMY!? For that price, it should come with that jewel that Gloria Stuart threw into the ocean in Titanic. 

Pic: Pinterest

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