Who created the game candyland?

Invented by Eleanor Abbott in the 1940s in San Diego, the game was created to entertain hospitalized children during the Polio epidemic.

Was Candy Land invented?

In 1948, retired schoolteacher Eleanor Abbott invented Candy Land in a San Diego hospital. ... Candy Land was so popular among the young hospital patients that Abbott decided to pitch it to toy manufacturer Milton Bradley. It quickly became the company's highest selling board game.

Who owns the game Candy Land?

Milton Bradley Company Hasbro Winning Moves Games USA
Setup time
1–3 minutes
Playing time
15–21 minutes
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Who was Eleanor Abbott?

Eleanor R. Abbott (September 9, 1910 - December 1, 1988) was a game designer and teacher who in the 1940s invented the popular game Candy Land. As a suffer from polio she designed the game while in a hospital in San Diego as a way for children to pass the time while recuperating.

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