Circa 1963, if you were going on a long trip with a carful of jackalopes, you needed a set of kiGamnch road trip games. Here are two cards you were likely to find in a typical “family pack” that you could buy in roadside diners and Mom-and-Pop grocery stores. Top card: The snappy title of this game was “Sacrifice of Sovereignty”. Fun name, right? We just called it “Tadpoles”. The bottom one was called “The Quagga in the Rose Garden”.