Monopoly, yes. Othello, no, but only because Milton Bradley doesn't
manufacture it any longer. (Mattel put out the "Classic Refresh", but
doesn't yet offer replacement parts for it as they do for their other
I use these quite a bit when I pick up games at flea markets that are
missing a piece or two. (I also got a set of the cool new molded Clue
pawns for my older set.)
>wrestles back to topic< I do think Looney Labs is unique in
that they will send a replacement card or two for their other games
free of charge with your next order. The other companies you mentioned
will charge you for each piece (except the instructions as long as you
pull them down in PDF format).
However, it does say in the single pyramid page that they can't support
selling them "in quantity". I wonder if that includes buying a
single-color stash a'la carte.
On 8/7/07, David Artman <
What do you do, for instance, if
you loose the little dog in a Monopoly set? Cry and moan, but does it
even OCCUR to you to expect Parker Brothers to stock individual dogs
pieces to sell on demand?!? Bad example because you don't need the dog
to play, just any marker? OK, an Othello set. Can you buy individual
Othello pieces, if you lose a few?