Gammelt strategispill med navnet «Tiddledy Winks» fra 1930-tallet, ble patentert allerede i 1888 (Wikipedia).
Kopp og spillbrikker i fire forskjellige farger (sort, hvit, gul og blå).
En stor og fire små brikker i hver farge.
Produsert av KLEE, og alle brikkene (winks) er med (se bilder).
The game began as an adult parlour game in Victorian England. Joseph Assheton Fincher filed the original patent application for the game in 1888 and applied for the trademark Tiddledy-Winks in 1889. John Jaques and Son were the exclusive distributors of the game named Tiddledy-Winks. However, competition was quite fierce, and for several years starting in 1888 other game publishers came out with their own versions of the game using other names, including Spoof, Flipperty Flop, Jumpkins, Golfette, Maro, Flutter, and many others. It became one of the most popular crazes during the 1890s, played by adults and children alike. In its earlier years, many different varieties were produced to meet the marketplace demands, including those combining tiddledy-winks principles with tennis, basketball, croquet, golf, and other popular sports and endeavours. Throughout the first half of the twentieth century, the public perception of the game changed. (From Wikipedia)