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# 00000 - 1938 Cabby game Selchow & Righter $49.95
                             Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1938 Cabby game Selchow & Righter $43.95
                             Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1938 Cabby game Selchow & Righter $39.95
                             Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Cabby game
©1938, Selchow & Righter
Ages: 8 and Up
Players: 2 to 6
Don's Game Closet
The Game with Rules Made to Be Broken
Game Parts Available for Sale

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1 Game board
4 Cabs
1 Red cab
1 Blue cab
1 Green cab
1 Silver cab
4 Police scout cars
1 Red Police scout car
1 Blue Police scout car
1 Green Police scout car
1 Silver Police scout car
28 Passengers
7 Red passengers
7 Blue passengers
7 Green passengers
7 Yellow passengers
1 Dice Cup
2 Standard 6-sided dice
Game Contents
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Cabby is a unique game from the 30s in that, aside from the basic 'roll and move' mechanism, players are
allowed to "cheat".  Each player has a Cab to pick up and drop off passengers for points... they also
have a 'scout' car which is used to track down opponents cars which have broken the rules of the game.  
There are some limits to how to 'break' the rules (e.g.- if you want to move more than you rolled, it can
only be 6 spaces), however, as soon as you move more than you have rolled, you are ready to be
arrested by one of your opponent's scout cars and you will have penalties applied.  Once all 28
passengers have been delivered, the game is over... the winner is the player who had the most fares.
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