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Nov. l2, 1946.
F. BAUMGARTNER
2,410,800
GAME DEVICE
Filed April 24, 1944
INVENTOR.
WMZ,
2,410,800
Patented Nov. 12, 1946
UNITED sTATEs PATENT OFFICE
2,410,800
GAME DEVICE
Fred Baumgartner, Kansas City, Mo.
` Application April 24, 1944, ÁSerial No.'532,433
3 Claims. (Cl. 35-9)
1
My invention relates broadly to games and
more particularly to a new type of question and
answer game board.
An important object of my invention is to pro
vide a game that will afford an interesting and
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letters 20 in the intermediate sheet I2 corre
sponding in appearance and number to thev let
ters designating the questions and located to un
derlie the squares containing the correct answers.
a game that is educational as well as amusing.
For example, the letter “V” is impressed in ‘the
intermediate sheet I2 underlying the squar’e'con-v
taining the correct vanswer to ,the 'ñrst question;
the letter “I” is impressed in sheet I2 directly
Still another object of my invention is to pro
vide a game that can be played with substantial
under the square containing the correct answer
to the second question, etc. ' It is desirable that
amusing pastime for all who participate.
Another object of my invention is to provide
- the letter underlying the correct answer corre
enjoyment by either young or old persons.
spond to the letter- designating the question so
A further object of my invention is to provide
that the player is able to determine whether he
a game that is simple and inexpensive to print
has correctly answered the particular question. I
and assemble.
Other objects and advantages of my invention l5 have found that it is immaterial whether the let
ters 20 are impressed downwardly or upwardly.
will be apparent during the course of the follow
Either manner of impressing the letters in the
ing description.
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sheet will cause it to appear on sheet I0 when the
In the drawing forming a part of this specili
latter sheet is rubbed with a pencil or other suit
cation and wherein like numerals are employed
20 able coloring material. The letters should beim
to designate like parts throughout the same,
pressed into the sheet in relatively low or slight
Fig. 1 is a top plan view of a game device em
relief in order that their identity may be diñicult
bodying my invention,
to determine except by rubbing with a crayon,
Fig. 2 is an edge elevation. of the »game device,
lead pencil or other marking device.
and
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary transverse sectional 25 It is also contemplated that coloring material
‘be present in the top sheet I0 in such form that
view taken on the line 3--3 of Fig. 1.
it is brought to the surface and rendered visible
In the drawing, wherein for the purpose of illus
when the sheet is rubbed with a linger or a blunt
tration is shown a preferred embodiment of my
instrument. The color, of course, is brought out
invention, the numerals I0 and II designate
sheets of paper superposed on the upper and 30 primarily above the characters 20 and thus re
produces them on the top sheet. This method
lower faces respectively of an intermediate sheet
of bringing out the characters eliminates the need
for a pencil or coloring material when playing
the game.
essentially triangular shaped areas I3, I4, I5 and
The bottom sheet Il is provided to cover the
I6. Printed on the inner portion of each quad 35
back of the intermediate sheet I2 and conceal
rant or area is a plurality of questions designated
the letters 2l) which otherwise would be visible.
by the letters “V-I-C-T-O-R-Y.” The outer
This sheet can .be omitted, however, without af
portion of each area is divided into a plurality of
fecting the playing of the game. Its sole pur
squares I1. On each of these squares is printed
an answer to one of the questions printed there 40 pose is to prevent a player from locating the cor
rect square by inspecting the back of the board
above. In the embodiment of the invention
and noting the location of the letters.
shown in Fig. 1, there are three answer squares
It is to be understood that .characters other
I'I for each question but only one of these an
than the letters “V-I-C-T-O-R-Y” may be used
swers is correct. A person playing the game must
read the question and then select the square I'I 45 to designate the questions and answers. lFor ex
ample, the questions may be designated by nu
containing the correct answer. The player can
merals or any selected signs or indicia. It is de
ascertain whether he has picked the correct an
sirable only -that the characters 20 in sheet I2
swer by rubbing the selected square with a pen
correspond in appearance with the indicia desig
cil lead or other coloring material, as shown at
I2. The latter sheet is preferably of light card
board stock. Top sheet I0 is divided into four
|18. lIf the correct answer has been selected a let
ter corresponding to the letter designating the
question will appear in the square, as at I9. If
the correct answer was not selected no letter will
50 nating the questions.
As suggested, I have here shown a game board
wherein three answers are provided for each
question. However, the game can be simplified
by providing only two answers for each question
The above result is achieved by impressing 55 or it can be made more diñicult by providing
appear.
3
four or more answers for each question.
2,410,800
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The
number of answers per question is arbitrary and
may be varied accordingly.
4
2. A game device comprising a pair of super
posed sheets, the top sheet of opaque material
having an unexposed layer of coloring material
beneath its top surface, selected characters im
pressed in the upper surface of the bottom sheet,
I3, I4, l5 and I5, it is to be understood that the
markings on the exposed surface of the top sheet
top sheet I0 may be provided with but one set of
dividing portions thereof into framed areas
questions and answers or any desired number of
whereby rubbing of the exposed surface of the
sets.
top sheet with a blunt instrument or marking
The form'ofnth'e invention herershown- and- de 10 device‘at the undeñnedzlocatiou of._ the selected
scribed is to~be taken as a preferred example ofI
characters reproduces saidchar-acters within the
the same- Various changes in the size, shape and
framed areas of the top sheet.
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arrangement of parts may be resorted to without
3. A game device comprising a pair of super
departing from the spirit of my invention. or
posed sheets, the top sheet of opaque material
the scope of the appended claims.
having an unexposed layer of coloring material
Having thus described my invention, pIAclaim:
beneath its top surface, selected characters im
1. A game device comprising` a pair of super
pressed in the upper surface of the bottom sheet,
posed sheets, the top sheet off’opaque'material'
indiciav on the upper sheet designated by said
having an unexposed layer of coloring material
selectedcharacters, markings on the exposed sur
beneath its top surface, selected characters im 20 face of the .top sheet dividing portions thereof
pressed in the upper surface of the bottom sheet,
into framed areas whereby rubbing of the exposed
markings on the exposed surface of, the. top sheet
surface of the top sheet withv a blunt instrument,
dividing portions thereof j into framedy areas
or marking device'at the undeñnedjlocation of’
whereby rubbing ofthe exposed surface of the
the selected characters reproduces a character
top sheet with a blunt instrument or marking de 25 indicating , the selected indicia.
viceat .the undeñnedlocation of the selected char-Y
acters' reproduces said characters. within the
FRED BAUMGARTNER.
While I have here shown a separate set of ques
tions and answers in each of the four sections
framed'areas of the top sheet.
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