by : Hasbro

Risk is a strategy game for two to six players. Players’ objective is to occupy every territory on the game board, which depicts a political map of the world. The game was invented 1957 by Albert Lamorisse, a French filmmaker. In 1959, Parker Brothers bought the game and released it as “Risk: The Continental Game.” In 1986, the first new version of the game, called “Castle Risk,” was released, but was a flop. Some of the new concepts in this version, however, were used in later variations of the game. Risk games have been released with a variety of themes: futuristic, the Napoleon era, Transformers, Lord of the Rings, and more. “Risk Legacy” was the first board game to introduce the “legacy” concept, where permanent changes to the game board and cards occur over the course of play and affect future gameplay. The game is currently produced by Hasbro.




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