Everyone's heard of Subbuteo, but what about Stumpz?
This die cast cricket game was around 10 years before the football classic, and is one of a multitude of vintage games now on display at the MCC Museum at Lord's Cricket Ground:
A Century of Cricket Games explores how game makers have strived to emulate the complexities of the sport (using everything from flicking a miniature bat and ball to compiling in-depth stats), and how the obsession with the game is ingrained from an early age.
Elsewhere in the museum you'll find plenty fascinating curios such as the sparrow killed by a ball bowled by Jahangir Khan in 1936, and the original Ashes urn.
Later this year, the second phase of the exhibition opens, featuring 20th century cricket computer and video games.
The exhibition can be visited as part of a Lord's Tour or free of charge on all major match days to those with a match ticket.