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.
I’m not Commander Shepard, and this is my – and as far as I know the only – Mass Effect-themed Monopoly game in the Citadel. It was made by prop maker/deviantARTist/just another Shepard Tommy LeRoy, who was inspired by the equally awesome Fallout Monopoly.
While video games are a blast, sometimes it’s still fun to sit around the coffee table with friends and play a board game. But the fact that you’re playing a board game doesn’t mean you still can’t be playing a video game at the same time – like with the Monopoly: Rapture Edition.
The Fallout games are awesome and I have wasted many hours just exploring the wasteland and meeting it’s inhabitants. If you are also a Fallout fan, you are going to love this. Fallout Monopoly. Yes, it is an amazing meeting of video and board games.
I’m not a trekkie, so pardon me if there is indeed evidence to the contrary, but I don’t think acquiring and managing properties is within the duties of a starship captain. But now you can help the best captains from five different eras conquer the board game frontier with Monopoly: Star Trek Continuum Edition.
All of your favorite classic Nintendo characters have now been memorialized in the Monopoly: Nintendo Collector’s Edition board game from Parker Brothers.
The game features special pewter Nintendo tokens including Mario’s cap, Link’s iron boots, Donkey Kong’s barrel, a Hylian shield, a Koopa shell and an NES controller.