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Final Fantasy III Monopoly: Go and Collect 200 Gil

by Lambert Varias
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I was happy enough to see Final Fantasy III getting some love with the dialog box magnets, but it seems I haven’t been looking hard enough. Here’s an even more impressive homage, a cross stitched Final Fantasy III Monopoly board, complete with game tokens.

final fantasy iii monopoly

The board was made by Sprite Stitch forum member jadely for the forum’s Big Swap, where members exchange handmade gifts with each other. I wonder if they accept stick figures drawn on tissue paper. That’s my specialty. The board also comes with community cards and deeds, although they’re printed on paper and not cross stitched. Also of note is that the characters are also the properties. I’m not sure any of them would like the idea of being sold and owned. I’d buy Interceptor in a heartbeat though.

Head to the Sprite Stitch forums to see the original images, and while you’re there check out the other Monopoly board that jadely’s been working on, a Nintendo-themed one.

[via Sprite Stitch]

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