The Centenary AMUSU Electrical Game was manufactured and distributed by Impex Print & Cartoon Co., West Melbourne, in 1933.

The game's name may reference the AMUSU cinemas which operated in Australia (Sydney, Perth and Maroubra, NSW) and in the United States (California, Texas, etc) at the time.

Physical Description

Game board cover sheets. Six paper cover sheets (3 orange, 2 peach, 1 cream) to place over the electronic game board. Each sheet is divided into forty squares with a different question on the history of Victoria in each. Each square has been punched with a circular hole to accommodate metal contacts on the game board.

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