Parker Brothers, 1934, 2-4 players, ages 6 and up. One of those "classic" depression-era games from Parker Brothers (ala Monopoly), Sorry is an OK game to play with your kids but I really can't see actual adults sitting down to play this anymore. It's really simple, with not much more strategy than Candyland (draw cards, move your "men" towards home and hope nobody lands on top of you sending you back to your starting square). A game takes about 15-20 minutes. I think it used to come with a little bell and when you landed on somebody you'd ring it and and crow "Sorry!" - Gee, that wouldn't get too tiresome would it? No wonder there's no bell anymore.