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Penalty

An all time classic from Pepys Games. Simple and amazingly realistic considering it is simply a pitch, ball and some cards. Each player is dealt 5 cards and can use them to move the ball, save a shot or claim a penalty. Brilliant!

Loads of versions to collect. Definitely four different sets, probably more.

Penalty Buy all 4 sets
Penalty Buy all 4 sets
Buy all four different boxed sets for £100 including postage.
Penalty Buy all 4 sets£100.00
1st edition Penalty game
1st edition Penalty game
Classic football action, this is the very rare first edition game complete and in good condition.
1st edition Penalty game£45.00
Penalty 2nd edition
Penalty 2nd edition
This is a great condition second 'new improved edition' of Penalty. Complete and in good condition, sharper printing. Blue coloured cards and a different instruction leaflet.Keeper still in black kit, lid now has a white border.
Penalty 2nd edition£30.00
Rarest first edition
Rarest first edition
How to spot a rare first edition. There are five giveaway signs of a first edition.
1. Black shorts and old fashioned boots on the goalkeeper on the box lid.
2. No white border around the box lid image.
3. Green coloured cards
4. Greeny/blue paper for the instruction leaflet that has a different intro sentence (two versions of this).
5. A flat penny-like football token in the true first edition
Penalty 3rd edition
Penalty 3rd edition
The 3rd edition of the Penalty game. Box illustration is updated with blue keeper kit and newer hairstyles. No sub-line on the box.
Penalty 3rd edition£30.00
Penalty 4th edition
Penalty 4th edition
A 4th edition box design, this one promoting the game 'as advertised on TV' no less! Blue shorts goalkeeper image.
Penalty 4th edition£30.00
Playing pitch
Playing pitch
Nice simple paper pitch with gridlines and a lovely wooden ball.
Playing cards
Playing cards
A selection of the various cards used in the game.
First edition 'penny' ball
First edition 'penny' ball
The very first editions had a flat penny-like football marker. Quickly replaced by the classic round wooden ball with flat base.
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