John Sands acted as a distributor for Milton Bradley from the 1960s to the 1990s, releasing board games in Australia including Foxy, The Game of Life, Wonderland, Mix & Match, Stay Alive, Upwords and I Wish I Were.
John Sands Electronics, based at 6 Bay Street Port Melbourne, also distributed Sega computing hardware into the Australian market, including the hardware and software of the Sega SG-1000 game console and SC-3000 computer.
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