By the late 1960s the DC Comics character Superman was well-established within American popular culture. Many firms produced games based on the character. New York game maker Pressman Corp. produced a simple dexterity game in 1967. Players spin a plastic top and then tilt the box to aim the top towards point value holes. The player who makes it to 70 points is not only "extra super-duper," but has landed on the Superman target.