Hasbro’s been pumping out branded versions of classic board game Monopoly for ages. With token-specific abilities, power-up dice and boss fights, Mario-themed Monopoly Gamer is something different.
Ubisoft just announced that it’s bringing a digital version of Monopoly to the Nintendo Switch. It’ll be out in the Fall, and supports “up to six players online or offline”.
The results of January’s Monopoly Token Madness fan vote are in. Three new game pieces will be included in the next generation of the classic board game this fall, at the cost of a trio of tokens that have been with the game since the very beginning.
While we’ll have to wait until World Monopoly Day on March 19 to find out which eight game tokens fans voted to include in new editions of the game, one classic player piece has already bit the dust. Say goodbye to the thimble.
In 2013, fans voted to replace Monopoly’s classic iron token with a cat. Now Hasbro is prepared to replace the entire token lineup based on the whims of internet voters. What hope do wheelbarrow and thimble have in the face of computer, t-rex and helicopter?
You probably won’t want to play as Aeris in Final Fantasy VII Monopoly, announced today for release in April 2017.
After licensing the classic board game to a company called USAopoly, there’s now a version of Monopoly for almost every fan base you can imagine. But the latest version of the game, which celebrates Japanese arts and crafts traditions, might be one of the most beautiful yet.
At one point in your life, you’ve probably played Monopoly. If want to learn how to ruin the game so that you and your friends will never want to play again, here’s how.
As Redditor KongoBoom discovered, one way of passing time until Fallout 4’s release is designing a New Vegas Monopoly board. A physical version of the set is in the works, with NCR, Legion and Pre-war money used as currency instead of caps. There’s higher-res pics of the board and some cards below. (via Polygon)
In her book The Monopolists, Mary Pilon explores the secret origins of the game Monopoly, which begin with Lizzie Magie, a forgotten feminist who patented her Landlord's Game in 1904—not, as many think, a man during the Great Depression.
Announced back in April with few deets, finally we now know what the Legend of Zelda version of the popular-amongst-old-people board game Monopoly looks like.
Oh, sure. You think it's cute to break out a few board games with a cat around but don't — it's a bad idea.
Careful, Don't Fall In: This amazing chalk drawing of a Monopoly board by Leon Keer may look like it contains a deep, deadly pit, but that's just perspective screwin' with ya. More pics of the work—made for the Victoria International Chalk Art Festival in Canada—after the break.
Have you ever thought, "Boy, Monopoly™ is cool and all, but you know what would make it better? More Brands™!" Well I've got good news for you.
Monopoly kind of sucks as a board game, let's be real. And yet I'm tempted to have another go at it, if only because there's an Adventure Time themed Monopoly set—and it looks excellent.
The exclusive fraternity of Monopoly tokens, bridging many generations with the shared childhood memory of fighting over who got the racecar, added a new member to its ranks today, and got rid of that stupid flat iron once and for all.
Hasbro, perhaps after a sharp blow to the head, have decided a good way to get people interested in Monopoly again is to launch a campaign where one of the game's iconic pieces is killed off.