A board game now. If you're not familiar with it, its a 3D house that you have to pass through, avoiding the ball bearing that's regularly dropped dowm the chimney, activating various traps. The novelty of it was part of the appeal, but mainly i remember it for the hours that i'd study the excellent, spooky artwork on the box and on the house walls. Again, i'd love to own one now but, again, they go for big bucks. Got my Sprogs Ghost Castle, which is the modern version but, while the game play is exactly the same, the art has nowhere near the charm of the original.