I love board games, especially the kind with themes like monsters and old cartoon characters. I found this 1930's Little Orphan Annie Travel Game the other day for $4 ("Leapin' lizards!" says the guy who paid $95 on Hakes), and though it's a bit beat up, it was definitely worth that price for the art on the lid alone which depicts Annie as a cave girl, --and thus leading one to believe this "travel game" is probably about time travel. But no, reading the game play instructions inside, it's just about traveling by train from Chicago to the west coast, (I think.) Anyway, the game board is built right into the bottom of the box and though not nearly as great as the fantastic lid art, it also features a few cute Harold Gray illustrations of other popular LOA characters as well. Also, looking at photos that collectors have shared online of this game, I'm not sure if my player pieces are the originals. The super lovely game spinner definitely is though, and still works great.