Klingon Monopoly was first released in 2011, but it seems that getting your hands on it at a reasonable price has become difficult in recent years. Fortunately, ThinkGeek now has the game as an exclusive for $39.99. If you’re fluent in tlhIngan Hol, it should be especially fun as the game can be played in both Klingon and English. [click to continue…]
Hot on the heels of the Dragon Ball Z Monopoly announcement comes yet another special edition—Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. [click to continue…]
The world of special edition Monopoly games is vast, but this one is special. That’s right—prepare to go Super Saiyan in a fit of rage with Dragon Ball Z Monopoly! [click to continue…]
It’s been 40 years since the Star Wars saga began, and Hasbro has unveiled some of the goodies that we can expect from them in 2017. [click to continue…]
This is the second day in a row I was surprised by something Skyrim-related. The first was the inclusion of the game in the the trailer for Nintendo’s upcoming Switch console (though, weirdly, Bethesda was quick to comment that the title hasn’t actually been confirmed for the system). The second occurred today when I headed on over to Merchoid to check out their new releases. Lo and behold, Skyrim Monopoly is coming in March 2017. The description reads: [click to continue…]
Patrick Rothfuss’ Kingkiller Chronicle series is fantastic. As happens with all fantastic things, somebody has made a Monopoly version of it. That’s just how the world works.
Board squares were designed by Reddit user AnUnbiasedSandwich and the board was assembled by Tor.
Much like the trilogy, the game is still incomplete. AUS hopes to digitize the Chance/Community Chest cards and currency at some point in the future but, of course, you could always make your own if you wanted to try and play.
Final Fantasy VII is finally getting its own Monopoly game, which makes sense because it’s a perfect fit.
Details are scarce, but the description reads:
Delve into the evolving city of Midgar in search of the latest business opportunities. Perhaps you’ll buy up a string of plots for housing development for the people, or go industrial and build a Mako reactor plant.
Trade with fellow players to secure key location and facilities and watch as savvy buyers secure a big pay day. A roll of a dice and a shrewd business mind will pave your way to success…Just watch out in case Shin-ra bring your empire crashing down!
Final Fantasy VII Monopoly is available to pre-order at $49.99 with shipping slated for April 2017.
We don’t know much about the Rick and Morty Monopoly game at this point, but we do have a description:
Take an interdimensional trip around the universe as you buy, sell and trade locations from this popular Adult Swim TV show! Comes with 6 Collectible Tokens including Council of Ricks Badge, Meeseeks Box, Oportal Gun, Plumbus, Rick’s Car, and Snuffles Helmet; Custom Designed Game Board featuring locations from the show; Custom Flooble Cranks and Gooble Boxes to replace traditional Houses and Hotels; Custom themed Monopoly money; and Instructions.
I’ve got dibs on the Plumbus.
Rick And Morty Monopoly ($39.99)
Monopoly: Super Mario Bros Collector’s Edition takes everything you love from the original game and converts it into a form that’s more suitable for fighting with your family and friends!
The Super Mario Bros. Collector’s Edition of Monopoly allows players to buy, sell, and trade locations from the eight worlds featured in the classic 8-bit version of the 1985 video game! Custom 8-bit styled game pieces complete this 8-bit classic styled Monopoly game with an original Super Mario Bros. twist. Comes with 6 Collectible 8-bit styled Tokens including Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Toad, Super Mushroom, and 1-up Mushroom; Custom Designed 8-bit styled Game Board; Custom Goal Poles and Castles that replace traditional Houses and Hotels; Community Chest and Chance Cards that have been renamed ? Block and Warp Pipe; Custom themed Monopoly money; and Instructions.
Monopoly: Super Mario Bros Collector’s Edition ($50.41) [click to continue…]
A licensing deal with USAopoly has resulted in versions of Monopoly for every possible fandom out there.
But this one is unexpected—and delightful.
Created to celebrate the 300th anniversary of a Japanese crafting store called Nakagawa Masamichi, the “Japanese Traditional Arts & Crafts Edition” of the game puts players in bidding and buying wars over companies that specialize in things such as teapots and handmade traditional Japanese toys.
The game plays like any other version of Monopoly, but instead of cornering the real estate market, the goal focuses on buying and expanding businesses that sell traditional arts and crafts.
Check out more pics below.
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