20 Terrible and Forgotten Board Games From the 80′s & 90′s

The people who are in-charge of advertising and marketing for films, TV shows and musical groups think so little of us fans that they’re willing to make anything related to their product, and feel quite confident that we’ll buy it. Yes, even if it is a terrible and unnecessary board game.

So while a few gems like the Jurassic Park or Home Alone board games (not to mention the underrated Murder, She Wrote edition) weren’t that bad, humanity does have to pay a price, and it will one day, for having games like Do The Urkel or for MTV: Remote Control.

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park Game

Knight Rider

Knight Rider

Murder, She Wrote

Murder, She Wrote

The All in the Family Game

The All in the Family Game

Vanilla Ice Electronic Rap Game

Vanilla Ice Electronic Rap Game

Saved by the Bell

Saved by the Bell

N Sync Backstage Pass

N Sync Backstage Pass

Full House

Full House

New Kids on the Block

New Kids on the Block

The Alf Game

The Alf Game

The Secret World of Alex Mack

The Secret World of Alex Mack

The Home Alone Game

Home

Do the Urkel (Family Matters)

Do the Urkel

Wayne’s World VCR Board Game

Wayne's World VCR Board Game

The Mr. T Game

Mr. T Game

MTV Remote Control

MTV Remote Control

Aqua Around the World

Aqua Around the World

Space Jam

Space Jam

VH1 Pop Up Video Trivia Game

VH1 Pop Up Video Trivia Game

Americas Funniest Home Videos Game

Americas Funniest Home Videos Game

For other classic stains on the history of pop culture and advertising, check out these 17 geeky cereal boxes from the 1980′s.

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