In the colonial America of the 17th and 18th centuries, some games such as playing cards, dice, billiards received suppression, and players were regarded as insanity.
In 1822, F. & R. Lockwood announced the first board game released by the United States "through the American Traveler Tour" and its sister game "traveler through Europe"
In the 19th century, as the middle class gained income. Children are encouraged to play board games.
The pictured above is a board game "Happy Mansion" released in 1843.