Vintage Ideal Rebound
I found my copy of the vintage, 1971, Ideal version of Rebound at a thrift store back in 2009. The box is large, about two and a half feet, which was nearly enough to make me want to purchase the game. Add in the nostalgic image on the front, and I was sold.
Sure enough, the game had all the pucks, the board, and some crusty, age-destroyed rubber bands. There
were no instructions, but the game seemed easy enough to play, so I paid $2.98 and took the game home and gave it a shelf in my game closet.
Originally, I had planned on selling it. The Ideal version of Rebound was bringing about $20 to $25 dollars on eBay back in 2009. But I liked the game, so I replaced the rubber bands and kept Rebound in my collection.
While the game is recommended for two to four players, I found that it plays well as solitaire. Of course, I am a grown man who still plays with my marble-labyrinth every couple of years, so maybe your experience would be different.