Super Jocks Super Toe Football
Super Jocks Super Toe Football is a vintage sports game produced during the 1970s by the American manufacturer Schaper, and later during the 1980s by Milton Bradley.
The game was part of the Super Jocks range first released by Schaper in 1975. Super Toe Football was the first of the series, followed by Base Ball, Super Touch (Basketball), Super Stick (Ice Hockey) and Super Kick (Soccer).
In 1986 the company was purchased by Tyco, now a division of Mattel, and as part of the deal the rights to several Scahper games were sold to the Milton Bradley division of Hasbro. During the 1980s Milton Bradley (MB Games) continued to produce the Super Jocks Super Toe game in new packaging.
Schaper Super Jocks Super Toe Football
The game features a set of American Football goal posts and two players, both of which have kicking mechanisms which are activated by pressing down heavily on the player’s helmet.
The aim of the game is to kick field goals using a small plastic football from increasingly long distances, which score different points depending on the distance.
How much is a Super Jocks Super Toe Football game worth?
The vintage Schaper versions from the 1970s are the most sought after by collectors, and good condition examples with their original; boxes and playing pieces have sold for between $30 and $40 on auction sites such as eBay.
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