CLASSIC FARMING GAME KEEPING FAMILIES ENTERTAINED
Merino Victoria (Page 40) — July 12, 2021
It was at The Royal Melbourne Show in 1962 where Bob Lloyd introduced his invention, Squatter®, on the The Australian Wool Board stand. Bob, who was born and raised in Hampton (Victoria), worked for a number of years on a farm called “Coorumbene” in South Gippsland after the war, which ran sheep.
SQUATTER TO FLY WITH NEW GROWTH PLAN
The Bugg Report — August 7, 2020
Squatter’s focus on sheep farming reflects the inextricable link between this industry and Australian history more broadly. Since 1797, wool has been central to Australia’s economy, agricultural practices and to the collective consciousness of its people.
A NEW ERA FOR SQUATTER — 100% AUSTRALIAN OWNED AND OPERATED
The Bugg Report — February 24, 2020
Squatter has enjoyed 60 years of providing fun and education to kids and families all over Australia and now for the very first time we come to the Melbourne Toy Hobby & Licensing Fair (Stand MA21) with two new and exciting formats to add the Squatter family of products.
SQUATTER, AUSTRALIA’S MOST SUCCESSFUL GAME EVER!
Toy & Hobby Retailer — June 28, 2017
Squatter is Australia’s most successful board game ever, with over 500,000 copies sold, families have been wheeling and dealing for three generations, with a fourth poised to join in the fun.
SQUATTER GAME FOR ANOTHER 30 YEARS
The Australian Financial Review — June 6, 1994
Squatter, Australia’s oldest surviving board game, is back. After nine months out of production, the 31-year-old game was recently re-released in its eighth version by the Jedko Games Company after its previous licensee, Milton Bradley, failed to reach sales targets.