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Buccaneer was a board game published in Britain by Waddingtons between the 1930s and 1980s. It went through several different versions in this time. The game board depicted the sea, broken into squares. Around the edges were ports, some of which were owned by players, others were "free ports". At the centre was Treasure Island, upon which was placed realistic treasures - diamonds, rubies, pearls, gold bars, and rum barrels. Each player had a ship which they would sail to Treasure Island and pick up a Treasure Card. These cards contained instructions, either bad ("You are blown to Cliff Creek") or good ("Pick up two items of treasure"). The treasure would be placed inside the plastic ship, which could contain up to two treasures, and the player would sail back to home port to unload the treasure. The winner of the game was the first to acquire five treasures of the same kind.  

 
 
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