Around mid-twentieth century, several game manufacturers produced board games that echoed gambling. Some attempted to reproduce a horse race, with gambling, and others resembled other methods. Playtime House, of Rochester, NY, made its Jack-Pot Luck game to resemble the action of a slot machine. As players land on various spaces on the board they hit a jackpot and collect cash. Playtime House, recognized for puzzles and small card games, is not generally known for large board games such as this.