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| Monopoly The Simpsons Edition |
|From: USAOPOLY, Inc|
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Manufacturer Minimum Age: 8 years
Manufacturer Maximum Age: 99 years
Studio: USAOPOLY, Inc
- 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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The Monorail has come to the quirky town of Springfield, and now it is a race to own it all. Buy and sell your favorite landmarks in the town of Springfield such as Moe's, Barney's Bowl-a-Rama, the Kwik-E-Mart, and the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. This completely customized game comes with six collectible pewter tokens: Bart, Homer, Kang, Blinky, Santa's Little Helper, and Jebediah Springfield. The perfect gift for die-hard Simpsons fans.
Anyone can become a megamillionaire just like Mr. Burns with this collector's edition of Monopoly based on The Simpsons, the beloved, sometimes-controversial animated TV series. The rules of the game remain the same, but the old Monopoly properties are now all Springfield landmarks, with a new monorail running across the game board. Players use tiny pewter game tokens of Bart, Homer, and other Springfield characters as they purchase stores, restaurants, and homes. Who wouldn't want to buy Krustylu Studios or the Kwik-E-Mart? Instead of acquiring houses and hotels, players try to accumulate monorail stops and stations on their properties. Customized Chance and Community Chest cards offer additional sly references and cartoon drawings of the characters. The cultural references are up-to-the-minute, but the educational value of playing strategic board games remains constant. --Marcie Bovetz, mother and former children's librarian
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