The Super Mario Bros. Collector’s Edition of Monopoly takes the Mushroom Kingdom and turns it into a giant real estate free for all. You want to stick it to Bowser? Evict him from Park Place and get your Princess back.
The board game Monopoly is an American icon. It’s all about rolling some dice, moving some weird metal game pieces, randomly landing on properties, buying them and charging other suckers who land on them. It’s capitalism at it’s finest.
There’s been an awakening? Can you feel it? It’s my inner banker. It wants to buy up all the green and blue Star Wars properties and charge lots of rent. Yes, the classic board game that you know and love now has a Star Wars: The Force Awakens edition.
If you have spent any time at all roaming through the wasteland in Fallout: New Vegas, you’ll dig this themed Monopoly board based on the game from Redditor KongoBoom. This board features locations and characters pulled straight from the game.
If you’ve ever wanted to buy property in Westeros and make a quick buck, you’ll love this news. The official Game of Thrones Monopoly board game is coming soon. The board looks really nice too, with a large map of Westeros in the middle.
Nintendo has a monopoly in the Legend of Zelda franchise. Literally. The Legend of Zelda version of Monopoly was actually announced a few months ago, but now we have some images. Read on to see what the finished version of the game will look like.
A Timelord game of Monopoly is all over the place. When you can travel to properties throughout time and space, the game can get pretty confusing figuring out who bought what, in what time period. It’s frustrating.
When it’s your wife’s birthday, you don’t just give her a present you buy from the store. You make her a present that she can’t get anywhere else, because it’s her birthday and you want to make her happy and wow her with your creativity and thoughtfulness.
Apparently Trekkies love Monopoly so much that USAopoly has released not one, but two Star Trek-themed Monopoly sets. Unlike the first one, this particular set will let you play with your Klingon friends. Yeah, I know, I’ve yet to find evidence that this “friend” creature exists either.
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.
USAopoly continues to mash up the popular board game Monopoly with other famous brands, creating two-headed cash cows of fan service, like this World of Warcraft Collector’s Edition. I wouldn’t be surprised if they came up with Monopoly x Tekken x Street Fighter.
Sure, we have every version of Monopoly that we could want right? Well, maybe now we do thanks to The Doom That Came To Atlantic City. It isn’t really a new version of Monopoly, but it just sort of spoofs it, with a bit of an Arkham Horror theme.
I think we’ve seen almost every version of Monopoly possible. There’s Star Trek Monopoly, Nintendo Monopoly, Star Wars Monopoly, Futurama Monopoly and now it looks like there’s a Street Fighter version coming from Capcom and USAopoly.
We’ve seen a few fan made videogame–themed takes on Monopoly. Now here’s a design for regulars of the World Wide Web. Instead of streets and utilities, you settle on websites and software. Instead of free parking, you get free Wi-Fi.
Skyrim. All the kids (and some of the adults) are playing it. Teachers are having meetings as homework assignments go undone. There is a shortage of Mountain Dew and Cheetos on store shelves, leaving WoW gamers in a panic.