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Monopoly Disney Pixar Edition Board Game
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- Game play is based on the content from the Pixar library
- Includes Cars and Ratatouille properties
- Family Monopoly game
- The kids will love these movie graphics!
- Perfect for family game night!
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Includes a gameboard, title deed cards, money and banker's tray, six Littlest Pet Shop pet pawns, 16 catnip cards, 16 doggie treat cards, 12 dogs homes, 32 pet carriers, two dice and instructions. Tokens include Buzz Lightyear, Boo and Sulley, Nemo, Mr. Incredible, Lightning McQueen and Remy. For 2 to 6 players.
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As a Monopoly game, it's perfect. Same rules, money, & set up. This makes for a quick game since you already know all the rules.
For Pixar fans....you will love the pieces! There are six...Mr. Incredible, Lightning McQueen, Buzz Lightyear, Remy, Nemo & Sully with Boo. I would have loved to seen more characters...but I understand the game is only for six people. A few of my friends commented that they would have wanted Woody instead of Buzz...but maybe they could make a Toy Story Monopoly...hmmm...maybe they need to make a version for each movie? Now there's an idea.
The board is good. The properties are things to do with the Pixar movies like A Bug's Life, The Incredibles, Monsters Inc, Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Cars, Ratatouille, & Finding Nemo. I thought they did a good job on it.
Everyone loved the cones & Al's Toy Barn for the houses & hotels. Very clever.
The one con I always have with Monopoly games...not enough money! We kept running out of $100's & $50's the whole night. But you learn to work around it. Or else you bring in money from other games! Guess it pays to be a Monopoly fan & have several editions!
Overall, great game. Still lots of fun & plenty of learning about money & building. But mostly it's a great time with great friends to see who can bankrupt who! And yes, I am evil in this game...but it's all in fun!!
If you are familiar with the board game Monopoly, you already know how to play this version since all the rules are the same. You still go around the board buying properties. Once you get all the properties of a certain color, you can start improving the property, making your opponents have to pay you more rent when they land there. The winner is the last person standing when the others have gone bankrupt. Yes, this game is notorious for taking hours, but you can set rules to shorten things in you want.
So how does this one differ? All the squares are themed to the first eight Pixar movies, the only ones that had been released so far when the game was released. Each movie gets their own color monopoly. A Bug's Life is the cheap purples. Ratatouille, the most recent at the time, occupies the middle orange. The Toy Story franchise gets two monopolies, yellow for Toy Story 2 and the most expensive blue for the one that started it all, Toy Story. The four railroads? The Incredibile, Dinoco Helicopter, Tow Mater Towing & Salvage, and R.C. (remote control car from Toy Story), of course. And the utilities are Scream Power and Laugh Power from Monsters, Inc.
As is usually the case, the theme continues with just about everything else. The Community Chest and Chance cards are now Bon Appetit and Piston Cup. The rewards and penalties are the same, but it's a lot of fun seeing one of Flik's inventions work or getting a new utility belt for Buzz.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a big winner in our house. The kiddos always pick this one for "Family Game Night". We adults love it too!Published 17 days ago by Puzzlemaniac
Park Place and Boardwalk are Andy and Sid's room from Toy Story.
If you're debating what version of Monopoly to get and you're a kid at... Read more
All the parts were there and it was taken care of very well and to be honest I am glad I bought this because it more fun than normal monopoly.Published 17 months ago by brittany
oNE OF THE BETTER MONOPOLY EDITIONS. Sure liked the tokens from all the Pixar movies. The whole family has played it multiple times.Published on December 31, 2012 by P. Sullivan
Bought this to play with our Grandchildren. Ages 5 and 7. Teaches them to count and plan ahead. We all love the Pixar theme token pieces, they are metal and more hefty than regular... Read morePublished on August 23, 2010 by K. Lacey
My friends and I are big fans of monopoly and, for a while, were having competitions about once a week so this was a perfect addition to the fun. Read morePublished on May 3, 2010 by Kelly