Parker Bros., 1986, 2-6 players, ages 12 and up. This is (as far as I know) the first Risk variant issued by Parker Brothers. It's supposed to be not bad, but I already have Risk 2210 and LOTR Risk on my list of games to try out, so I can't see wasting time on this old fossil. From BOARDGAMEGEEK.COM:
"Each player starts out with one castle on the game board. Your objective is to capture all your opponents' castles, so that you are the last player remaining in the game. This Risk variant is played on a map of Europe and introduces cards such as the Spy, General, Marshall, Diplomat and Admiral. Besides recruitment cards, your reinforcements are a function of occupied territory and captured enemy castles."