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Monopoly The Simpsons Edition
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- Enjoy the thrill of deal-making, risk-taking and owning it all via a Simpsons Monopoly game experience
- Enjoy a game that captures the essence of The Simpsons unique humor, characters, and locations
- Collectible pewter tokens include: Kang (space alien), Blinky (3-eyed fish), Bart (in his go-cart)
- A must-have for any Simpsons collector
- Recommended Age range 8 and up
- Homer (dressed as the Monorail conductor), santa's little helper (The Simpsons dog), Jebediah Springfield
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
If your going to buy a Monopoly game, it really has to be this one.
I was wrong. They really enjoy playing the game, and get into the fantasy of buying the places. (The bowling alley is a particular favorite.)
And I rediscovered something about playing Monopoly: IT'S A GAME! When I was a kid, I remember being terrified of trading with people; I was sure I'd get the short end of whatever the trade was. So I'd sit on my hands and rarely trade. With my kids, I have a much more free-wheeling approach to trades and it helps a lot: the game goes faster, it's easier to get monopolies and it's just generally more interesting.
They're too young for some of the advanced rules (we don't mortgage), but it's still a fun way to spend an evening.
The best thing is that it doesn't look cheap or tacky - they really went to town with the artwork and details. Every single item in this game has been modified for the Simpsons theme, right down to the collectable pewter game pieces. The properties have been substitued for those in Sprinfield - Moe's Bar, The Android's Dungeon, The Sleep Ezy Motel and even Cletus' shack are up for grabs.
This is a really good quality game and is worth every cent. It is probabaly the best quality piece of Simpsons merchandise out at the moment.
This is an excellent gift idea for anyone who even only occasionally enjoys the Simpsons and a must for anyone who is a fan. Also recommended to enjoy the game even more is Monopoly Companion The Players Guide by Philip Orbanes. This book will refresh the rules and save arguments and even teach you some, such as I never knew the number of houses was limited for a reason so that you could strategise and not buy hotels to stop someone else with a set from building. Just buy the game, you won't be disappointed!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was not in good condition nor was it new, the box was in poor condition, the game money was scattered and torn throughout box, the play pieces were mixed up together.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Product was missing entire stack of 50 dollar bills and several property cards was missing. unable to play and enjoy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kindle Customer
Very misleading there was pictures of a new box and all the pieces. When this arrived it wasn't in a box and the collectable pieces were missing, the cash was drawn on. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Adam Burgess
Love this game. Wish we could find more of the other metal pieces like Maggie, Marge and Lisa!Published 15 months ago by Cindy Newman
Aside from paying WAY too much for it (about 80 bucks, I think), it's a fun game. However, no board game is worth 80 bucks.Published 20 months ago by Katrina L. Lefay
if you like the Simpsons and the game monopoly, you will love this game. it is the best of both worlds.Published on February 21, 2014 by Cindy Bennett