made a series of board games
in the 1970s. Many of these games were notable in that they did not rely on chance
. The outcome of the games was dependent on tactics
Hare and Tortoise
(1973) — A race game where forward movement cost carrots
, and moving backwards gained carrots. You also gained carrots by being in the right place at the right time, which required you to outguess your opponents.
Worldbeater — A game linked with a brand of Dunlop tyres. Travel round the world visiting places, the more the better. Then come back again, re-visiting the same places.
Cabbie — Drive a taxi around London, avoiding traffic jams and collecting fares.
Thoughtwave (board game) — A simple track laying game, where each of two players has the same set of tiles to use to lay a continuous track across a board, while blocking your opponent, or making them run out of necessary tiles.