Update [Thu 8th Jul, 2021 00:30 BST]: The manufacturer Hasbro has it now officially confirmed u Animal Crossing: New Horizons Monopoly set. Pre-orders are available now for $ 24.99 and arrive this August in the United States.
Here’s what’s included with a personalized game description: 4 character tokens, 4 Skill cards, 35 Decoration cards, 14 Chance cards, 14 Nook Miles cards, 160 Resource Chips, 40 coins to Five Bells, 54 coins to Bell, 40 player marks, a numbered die, a Nook’s Cranny die, a label sheet, and rules of the game.
“In this Animal Crossing Edition Monopoly Game, children and adults can enjoy island life and immerse themselves in the colorful and creative world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. After your first trip around the board, choose a Skill card with a capability that you can use throughout the game. Transcending the board with custom tokens inspired by the video game, complete island tasks and meet other characters. Instead of buying property and paying rent, collect bugs, fish, fossils and fruits. You can also plant in Nook’s Cranny and cash in Bells to buy decorations. These decorations are worth Nook Miles, and the player with the most Nook Miles wins the game. ”
Original article [Tue 6th Jul, 2021 04:15 BST]: There seems to be a monopoly game for almost every franchise nowadays, but one theme we haven’t seen yet is Crossbreeding Animals. Or so we thought …
Over on the Animal Crossing subreddit, user calysunflower posted photos of Animal Crossing: New Horizons Monopoly. If that’s the real deal, I have to admit, it seems a little sad – get four avatars, tokens, and lots of cardboard. Some inhabitants of the village would have been fine.
There’s also no official announcement from Hasbro, but a few online retailers have begun listing the product – suggesting we’ll hear about it soon. What do you think of this yourself? Leave a comment below.
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