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Monopoly Nintendo

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  • Monopoly Nintendo
  • Collectors game features iconic charactyers from Nintendo's 7 most popular video game properties
  • 6 collectible Nintendo themed tokens
  • Traditional Monopoly game play with a 60-minute speed play option
  • Mario, Donkey Kong, Zelda, Metroid, Kirby, Star Fox, Animal Crossing and Wario
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Includes (1) Nintendo Monopoly Game.

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No controllers are necessary as you join forces with Mario, Luigi, Link, Zelda, Kirby and your other favorite characters on a quest to defeat your opponents and own it all. Collectors game features iconic characters from Nintendo 7's most popular video game properties. 6 collectible Nintendo themed tokens.

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Product Dimensions 20.5 x 9 x 10.2 inches
Item Weight 2 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B003FNWR6Y
Item model number MN005-135
Manufacturer recommended age 18 months and up
Best Sellers Rank #16,326 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#670 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
#7,976 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.6 out of 5 stars 135 customer reviews

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Firstly, I would like to say that if you like Monopoly and you like Nintendo, you're going to like this game.

With that being said, I feel like some of the spaces chosen could have been more well thought out, and the same is true for the tokens.

Now, when it comes to the Community Chest/Chance (deemed "Block" and "? Block") things get rather questionable. These cards weren't at all inventive and were very lacking in creativity. They all do something exactly like the original cards, which is understandable - Monopoly is a game that has been fine tuned for almost a century; it just works. But "You inherited a castle, receive $100"? What? I played Super Mario Bros. as much as the next guy (probably a lot more actually), but while you went into castles to defeat enemies, and it's a somewhat recurring theme in the older games in the series, what does anything have to do with inheriting a castle? Most bothersome is that while the board has characters from all over Nintendo's line-up, these cards are 100% Mario related. Luigi and Peach barely even appear on them, it's almost completely Mario himself.

In my personal opinion, with what they ended up doing with this game, it would have been much better to have simply made it Mario Monopoly, making the properties actual locations from within the Mario Universe, rather than buying Characters for people to stay at, and houses/hotels (which look exactly the same as the original game, but are referred to as "power-ups" and "invincibilities" respectively) for those characters. (yeah, it doesn't make sense).

I think if this game utilized the full Nintendo Universe, instead of just adding some characters to the board as a gimmick, it would be the best version of Monopoly out. But as it stands, it's still a great game with a fun little change of scenery.
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I bought this game because I love playing board games with my friends and family. I played this game last night for the first time and I can say first hand it is a great spinoff of the classic version of monopoly. You can play it like the classic version as I did.

Some things to point out are:
1 - the moving tokens are not what I thought they would be (mario, luigi, peach, etc). They are actually items from different nintendo games. For example, there is a sword, a samus helmet, one of those tree like things that were in animal crossing that you would save the game too, etc. sort of disappointing but I quickly got over it.
2 - The items you can buy are the characters from different nintendo games. There are no longer places like in classic monopoly, but characters you can own. Characters are grouped together in groups of 2 or 3 depending on what game they are from. For example, you can own wario, peach, kirby, samus, king dedede, link, etc. And of course, mario and luigi. The railroads and utilities are still in the game, but they are items such as piranha plant, gunship, mario kart, etc. The free parking space is still in the game, as is the jail system.
3 - The cards that were used in previous monopolys are no longer named, now they are block cards and a question mark card. Each card has to do with a nintendo theme such as save the princess collect 100 dollars and so on.

This is a great game for nintendo gamers, especially younger children. If you were having a problem getting your child into games involving money and skills, this game might be good at that since the would be staring at nintendo characters on the board, as well as mario images on money and cards having to do with the game.
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I love Monopoly but I was kind of disappointed about the tokens look really cheap (they are really small and don't stand on the board). We didn't have enough houses so we had to take so houses from our classic Monopoly to continue the game.
It's a fun board and everybody loved playing at it but we expected a better quality.
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The cards and bills are mostly from Mario, which is expected. What else can I say, it's Monopoly, so if you don't find it entertaining and even educational, being it from Nintendo characters won't change your perception. It has nice updates, like mention of Downloadable Content. The most amazing thing is that it arrived the next day, probably because I live in Seattle and we ordered it early morning. We have different editions of Monoply including the traditionla, the Muppets and now this one.
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Bought as a Christmas gift for my son who loves all things Monopoly. This is my favorite version to play now. I like the fast play option, as I tend to doze off and lose interest if the game runs long. I never win, which is ok. I go to jail a lot. That's ok, gives me time to nap.
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My nine year-old grandson loves Monopoly regardless of which kind. He has so many including the original. He has really helped him in his mathematics with adding and subtracting and teaches the concept of buying and selling property and the pros and cons of spending too much money too soon in the game. He has learned a tremendous amount of knowledge about real estate. Mario Monopoly has a simple quick way to play the game along with the 'long' way which could take days if played correctly. The game utilizes all of the Mario characters and is fun to play.
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