To build on the "phrases your grandchildren" thread I was thinking about how spare time was spent before computer games and social media took over.
There are a few obvious contenders here - subbuteo, action man and scalextric - but there were many more.
I am sure there was a board game called Wembley which I vaguely recall and was based on the FA Cup. Think it involved cards and dice too but the details have faded, think I played it in late 60s anyone remember more than me about it?
There was another football game where you pressed the player's head and the leg activated to kick the ball. No idea what it was called.
There was the horse racing game - Totopoly (?). Mate of mine had that one and it seemed extra cool then because it had a double sided playing board. One side for the paddock, one side for the actual racetrack.
Sure there are many others so over to you and your memories of simpler times.