This is another divination tool I found in Everybody’s Book of Luck, the same source where I found the previous lesson, the calendar of lovers. Unlike other divination board games whose end-purpose is to determine which of two or more players is favored by the Gods, this game is supposed to give all players who finish the game an idea of what kind of luck they’re going to have in life, based on which of seven game spaces each player lands-on (the bunch of balloons at the end of play). There is no right or wrong with any of these; each has their strong points and their faults clearly stated in the answer key. I suspect this game was purposely-created for inclusion in the book. My yes-and-no stones confirmed this suspicion, so the game is around 123 years old.