Updated: Dec 29, 2022
Pandas' Party, The Novel Jig-Saw Card Game.
First Published: 1940, Anonymously
Illustrator or Designer: Not Credited
Contents: 54 Cards and 2 Key Cards + Rules Booklet
54 cards that placed together make this image:
According to the rules: "There is scope for the exercise of a considerable degree of skill in developing the game.".
The game was published anonymously but Rex Pitts notes the particular similarities in box design to Gulliver's Travels, also published anonymously but registered in March 1940 to Castell Brothers, and concludes that Pandas Party is also a Pepys game. (Rex Pitts, Pepys: The Story of The Company and its Games 4th Ed. p 9). It certainly looks, feels and shares the same dimensions of Pepys games of that era.
Game & Version Details
Pandas' Party - Card Back
Pandas' Party - Rules Front
Pandas' Party - Rules Back
Pandas' Party - Key Cards
Pandas' Party - Box Back
Pandas' Party - Box Top
Pandas' Party - Box Side Left
Pandas' Party - Box Base
Pandas' Party - Box Side Right
Pandas' Party - Box Back With Flap