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Monopoly: Dr. Who Edition 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition
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- A BBC production since 1963, Doctor Who is the most successful and longest running science-fiction series
- Includes 6 collectible tokens, including scarf, bow tie, screwdriver, celery, recorder and umbrella
- Players buy, sell and trade iconic episodes from the Doctor Who series
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Travel through time and space with the Doctor Who 50th anniversary collector's edition of Monopoly as you buy, sell and trade the iconic episodes spanning billions of years across the Doctor Who universe including The Poison Sky, A Good Man Goes to War, Genesis of the Daleks and Omega. If you dream of Daleks, Doctors, and time travel, then Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Collector's Edition Monopoly was made for you! Travel through time and space as you buy, sell, and trade iconic episodes spanning billions of years across the Doctor Who universe, including the episodes "The Poison Sky," "A Good Man Goes to War," "Genesis of the Daleks," and "Omega." In fact, 22 of the most iconic Doctor Who episodes are referenced throughout the game! The Doctor Who Monopoly Board Game comes with 6 tokens themed to the BBC TV series: Umbrella, Sonic Screwdriver, Celery, Recorder, Bow Tie, and Scarf. It even features a 60-minute speed-play option for antsy Whovians! All 11 Doctors from the franchise are featured on the board center, making this Doctor Who Collector's Edition Monopoly Game a real treat for any fan. Oh, and remember to collect $200 when you pass the Daleks! Ages 8 and up.
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Travel through time and space with the Doctor Who 50th anniversary collector's edition of Monopoly as you buy, sell and trade the iconic episodes spanning billions of years across the Doctor Who universe including The Poison Sky, A Good Man Goes to War, Genesis of the Daleks and Omega.
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 10.5 x 15.75 in||10.5 x 15.75 x 2 in||5.25 x 4 x 6 in||10.5 x 15.75 x 2 in||—||10.5 x 15.88 x 2.63 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||2.29 lbs||1.6 ounces||2.2 lbs||2.03 lbs||3.35 lbs|
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We played for a really long time and my kids never got bored. That's a lot to say when your kids are used to Xbox and PlayStation fast moving games. It was nice to sit and play a game we could all enjoy!
My only criticism is that the pieces were very small and it was hard to tell which pieces were which on the board. I kept grabbing the celery instead of the sonic.
This was my daughter's favorite Christmas present (or one of them) and a great past time for my family.
This product was a personal purchase for myself at the normal retail price. I am reviewing it because I want to share my experience with other potential customers.
So, I have to say while we have a good amount of fun playing the game I was absolutely disappointed in the quality of the game pieces. I had envisioned they would be a sturdy metal and along the lines of similar Monopoly games we own. What we received in the game were cheap metal like pieces. The umbrella lasted a good 5 games before it disconnected from the base it was on. The other pieces are of similar shoddy material though they haven't yet broken. My 11 year old was in tears thinking she'd be in trouble because she was the one playing with the umbrella piece when it broke. I assured her that I had noticed right away how cheaply made they were and was surprised it even lasted as long as it did.
I had also expected more player pieces than were included. Yes, I was super excited about the wonderful pieces listed on the box and they were all there. But, I expected more than those to be included in the game. We have a family of 5 and there are only 6 player pieces so there goes the Doctor Who game nights I had envisioned when I first set out to purchase the game. Of course with the broken umbrella I guess you could say we have 7 now. Maybe the celery will break and then we'll have 8.
I am satisfied with the game board. It is exactly as expected and any fan will get a kick out of the fact train spots are now where Tardis incarnations are and the decent enough mix of old and newish Doctor Who episode references on the board. It does fold in fourths but that won't save you any space at all considering the box is just as large as it would have been had they only folded the board in half.
There are still houses and hotels which I found rather odd but hey I suppose they didn't want to deviate to far from the Monopoly formula. They are the super cheap plastic ones though so don't get your hopes up for anything different. Its cute that instead of Chance cards you have Gallifrey cards and you have U.N.I.T. cards that replace Community Chest cards. They were clever enough to reference episodes and characters on that. I'm still puzzled that they have the regular looking Monopoly jail on the board. I would have expected a little more imagination than that.
For the Doctor Who fan who has and wants everything Doctor Who related you are going to want to purchase it but just be prepared that for an anniversary edition/ special production game it really isn't one that will stand the test of time for you. Lovely to look at though. I still give it a 3 star rating because no matter what it is still "fantastic" to own and we are the envy of our friends for now.
We listened, made changes, and are phasing new & improved tokens into our next round of production. So that you can enjoy the game you've already purchased we would like to provide a new set of improved tokens at no charge.
Please send us your information here: http://usaopoly.com/game-care-customer-service-inquiry
and we will get a new & improved set of Doctor Who tokens off to you as quickly as we can.
Sincerely, Team USAopoly
Overall, the set seems like it went through a time/space transmogrifier and rematerialized at 50% density. It's a shadow of its former self with no substance. It's mostly empty space on its inner matrix. I don't recommend this product.
Now, it was sort of fun to play. I'll give them that. But it has some issues. The first one is that the playing pieces are rather difficult to find on the board. I'm going to have to paint them all because of that. The second is that there was absolutely no creativity put into most of the game. From the names buyable places to the chance and the other cards, it can get quite boring.
I like this game. i do. i just would not want it for myself. And I think the electronic version would be better.