Crossfire is a board game created by the Milton Bradley Company in 1971. The object of the game is to score goals by pushing one of the two pucks into the opposing player’s goal. This task is accomplished by shooting small metal ball bearings at the pucks using the attached guns.
The earliest version of the game featured a flat board, where the new board is dome-shaped. This causes the ball bearings to roll into the players’ bins more easily, but can cause the pucks to indefinitely rest at the edges of the board.No Comments