Parts List - Superstition
(Milton Bradley - 1970)
This is a parts list for Superstition so you can check the inventory of your game to be sure it is complete. Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of this list, if you find something is inaccurate, please CONTACT ME
and I will update this page.
Game Board (x1)
Wizard's Tomb (x1)
Interior Path Trap Base (x2)
Mirror Trap Base (x1)
Ladder Trap Base
Red, Green, Yellow and Blue Pawn (x1 each)
Six Sided Die (x1)
Left and Right Mirror Halves (x1 each)
Rubber Band (x4)
Arm with Hammer (x1)
Evil Eye (x1)
Wishbone Charm (x1)
Rabbit's Foot Charm (x1)
Four Leaf Clover Charm(x1)
Hex Sign Charm (x1)
Whammy Base (x4)
Long Trap Peg (x4)
Short Trap Peg (x4)
Raven Whammy (x1)
Mummy Whammy (x1)
Friday the 13th Whammy (x1)
Witching Hour Whammy (x1)
Instruction Manual (x1)
Game Box (x1)
Box Divider (x1)
The Superstition game came with a folding piece gameboard to keep the box size down.
This coffin shaped Wizard's Tomb holds the four whammy pieces and four charm tokens.
Interior Path Trap Base
There are two rubberband loaded trap bases for the interior path. One for the evil eye and one for the toad superstition.
Ladder Trap Base
This is the rubber band powered trap base for the ladder superstition. It has two guides molded into the sides to hold up the wall and door for the ladder to lean against.
Mirror Trap Base
This is the rubber band powered trap base for the mirror superstition. It has two holes on one end to place the pins of the mirror halves into.
There are four colored pawns in the game shaped like boys and girls. There are usually two girls and two boys. There are one each in red, blue, green and yellow.
Six Sided Die
What board game from the 1970's would be complete without a six sided dice? The Superstition game uses a standard black and white die for player movement.
This ladder leans up against the wall for your pawns to walk under. Will the ghost glide through the door to knock you and the ladder down?
The left and right mirror pieces for the mirror trap. Will the arm holding the hammer come zipping over to knock you through the mirror?
The trap bases use these rubber bands to arm the superstitions. The great thing is these are just normal rubberbands and are available just about anywhere if you break one and need a replacement.
Arm Holding a Hammer
This cardboard piece has an arm holding a hammer for the mirror superstition trap.
This tombstone shaped piece is for the evil eye trap on the interior path of the game.
This cardboard piece is for the toad trap on the interior path of the game. Will he block your path or will you make it past to continue on your way?
This is the ghost for the ladder trap. Will he come floating through the door to knock you and the ladder down?
This wishbone charm token allows you to pass by the raven whammy curse in the game.
Rabbit's Foot Charm
This rabbit's foot charm token allows you to pass by the mummy whammy curse in the game.
Four Leaf Clover Charm
This four leaf clover charm token allows you to pass by the Friday the 13th whammy curse in the game.
Hex Sign Charm
This hex sign charm token allows you to pass by the witching hour whammy curse in the game.
These are the four plastic bases that hold up the dreaded whammy curses in the game. The whammies always elicit a groan from the players that don't have the the charm token to neutralize the whammy.
Pegs for Trap Bases
There are one long and one short peg for each of the superstition traps in the game.
This is the raven whammy curse for the game that can be used to block the path of other players.
This is the mummy whammy curse for the game that can be used to block the path of other players.
Friday the 13th Whammy
This is the Friday the 13th whammy curse for the game that can be used to block the path of other players.
Witching Hour Whammy
This is the witching hour whammy curse for the game that can be used to block the path of other players.
This instruction manual and assembly instructions for the Superstition game is well illustrated and easy to understand. I wish more games had instructions this clear, it is a breeze to set the game up with these simple directions.
The Superstition game box has some awesome looking artwork on it that reminds me an awful lot of the artwork on the Which Witch game artwork.
This game box divider keeps the pieces grouped together as well as providing a standoff for the gameboard in the box.