Avalon Hill, 1981, for any number of players old enough to do simple arithmatic. I was surprised to see the copyright date on this game. Given its oh-so-groovy zodiac theme, I thought sure it would have been inflicted upon us circa 1971, instead of 1981. Anyway, this game is dull and a big waste of time. You place a number of "moon" and "star" counters on the various zodiacal signs on the board (at random) and then roll a number of dice. Your goal is to put a die on each moon counter whereby if you move that piece the number of spaces equal to the number on the die, it will land on a star space. IE, simple arithmatic. Ho-hum, blah, and big deal. Back to eBay it goes.