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Publisher(s) Milton Bradley
Publication date 1974; 44 years ago (1974)
Players 2
Playing time 2 minutes

Matchwitz is a 1970 Milton Bradley Company[1] version of the classic nim game, presented in a green tray. The game is for players age eight to adult.


First ensure that all pins are exposed on one side of the board. Pins are in 3 rows. Top row has 7 pins, middle row has 5 pins, and the bottom row has 3 pins. Players alternate taking turns. In each turn a player may push down any number of pegs in a single row (they can't play in more than one row at a time). The player forced to push down the last remaining peg loses the game.


  1. ^ "Matchwitz". Boardgamegeek. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 

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