All the King's Men, published in 1979 by Parker Brothers, is a classic strategy game of royal conflict. Each player starts with a King, four Knights, and seven Archers. The object of the game is to capture the opposing King. Arrows on the board determine the direction in which the pieces may move. The rules are simple—the King may move one square per turn; the Archers, like the King, may move one square per turn; the Knights may move any number of squares per turn. Any piece may capture any opposing piece. All the King's Men was preceded by Smess, and Take the Brain, both published by Parker in 1970.


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