1983 Parker Brothers : Superman III Card Game

Where Heroes Are Made

In 1983, Parker Brothers released the Superman III Card Game based on the film starring Christopher Reeve and Richard Pryor. The Superman image on the box is from the 1982 DC Comics Style Guide penciled by José Luis García-López and inked by Dick Giordano.

1983 Parker Brothers - Superman III Card Game
Each box contains 25 Adventure Cards, 52 number cards, and 32 playing chips. The Adventure Cards contain movie scenes illustrated by Neal Adams.
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The Adventure Card images were also used by Parker Brothers on the Superman III Board Game. Cromy released the board game in Argentina without any DC branding or reference to Superman III. The cards have a copyright date of 1944.
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Superman III Card Game Rules

Ages: 6 to 12

Number of players: 2 to 4

Equipment: 25 Adventure cards 52 Number cards 32 SUPERMAN playing chips: 8 red, 8 blue, 8 green, 8 yellow

Approximate playing time: 5 to 15 minutes

Object: Be a hero - just like SUPERMAN - by competing in this fast-moving numbers game full of risk and strategy.

Try to get number cards that total 11-or as close to 11 as possible without going over. You'll need nerves of steel to decide whether to add another card to your hand-and risk going over 11- or play it safe with the cards you have. Win the round, and you can be a hero by turning over Adventure cards. Be the first to turn over 5 cards in a row, and you've won the game!


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