I have an archaeological question :). I used to have this space exploration board game that my father bought in the USSR in the 80s. I can't remember its name and I've been trying to find it on Russian websites for several days now, but it seems to be rather obscure and rare. I remember it had a board put together from several separate cardboard pieces (not foldable as usual). There were pictures of various Soviet space probes and satellites printed around the board. The main theme, if I recall correctly, was to put your satellites around major planets. The dominant color on the board was dark blue, with pictures of planets and stars. I have already checked that it was NOT any of the following:
- Большое космическое путешествие (Great cosmic voyage)
- Риск (Risk)
- Космос (Cosmos)
- В космос (Into the cosmos)
- Приключения на Луне (Adventures on the Moon)
Any help in identifying this game will be greatly appreciated.
EDIT: I remember one more thing, although not that relevant. The player's pieces look a bit like these, although slightly more slender and reminiscent of a space rocket.