Millsberry was my favorite game as a child and I would have wanted my own kids to play it.It taught kids how to be eco-friendly and have fun.
It was a safe environment with lots of fun and educational games. It included money and taught me about the whole buy-sell thing at a young age. It was just so much fun and I can't believe they took it down. It probably broke the hearts of many children when they "retired" Millsberry.
I'm sure their parents weren't pleased and teens can't go back and play the game that reminds them of their childhood.Bring this game back, General Mills!
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