What better way to recreate the ruthless dog-eat-dog mentality of a post-apocalyptic world than with a frenzied game of The Walking Dead Monopoly.
Swap out Old Kent Road for a zombie-ridden down town Atlanta, where you no longer simply buy property – you fortify the hell out of it (with houses as walls and hotels as guard towers). All the wheeling and dealing of the original game remains, but any form of currency is about as useless as Monopoly money in this wretched environment. So you now negotiate with firearms, ammunition, first aid kits, whatever resources you can muster to survive.
The dog, the shoe, the top hat. All gone. Sadly destroyed in the early days of the outbreak. These standard Monopoly pieces have been given a unique twist to fit the world of Robert Kirkman’s gory graphic novel. With a katana, a bucketful of human giblets and 'Lucille' (a baseball bat exquisitely wrapped in barbed wire) all making an appearance.
Alive or undead, there can only be one victor.
Suitable for ages 13+
Just like in regular Monopoly, always try and own the utilities – keep that money trickling in
The classic game of Monopoly set in the world of Robert Kirkman’s gory graphic novel
All of the properties correspond to locations in The Walking Dead
Houses are now walls, hotels are guard towers
Chance and Community Chest cards have been replaced with Scavenge and Supply Chest cards
6 metal playing pieces: A katana, Rick's hat, an RV, Lucille (a delightful baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire), a telephone, and a bucket of human giblets
Includes: Game Board, 6 Metal Playing Pieces, 28 Title Deeds, 16 Scavenge (Chance) cards, 16 Supply Chest (Community Chest) cards, Supply Bills (money), 32 Houses, 12 Hotels, 2 Dice, and Rules/Instructions
2 to 6 players
Measures approximately 40cm(W) x 27cm(H) x 5.5cm(D)
Rules are slightly different with the usual one, surprised with it, enjoy playing it!
Lucile - 27th of June, 2015
Review 1 of 3
It satisfies and sooths the geek bone completely. Especially as it is now a break between series. Awesome edition and game play.
Andrew Fishpimp Dugan - 5th of May, 2015
Review 2 of 3
When I let my son out of his cage all he wants to do is bite and play monopoly.