Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Monopoly has been officially announced



Update [Thu 8th Jul, 2021 00:30 BST]: Toy manufacturer Hasbro now has Formally confirmed This Animal Crossing: New Horizons Monopoly set. It can be pre-ordered now at a price of US$24.99 and will be available in the US in August this year.

The following is the content included and the description of the custom game: 4 character markers, 4 skill cards, 35 decoration cards, 14 chance cards, 14 Nook Miles cards, 160 resource chips, 40 five bells Coins, 54 bell coins, 40 player markers, numbered dice, Nook’s Cranny dice, label paper and game rules.

“In this Animal Crossing version of Monopoly game, children and adults can enjoy island life and immerse themselves in a colorful and creative world Animal Crossing: New Horizons. After you bypass the board for the first time, you can choose a skill card that has abilities that can be used throughout the game. Using custom tokens inspired by video games to move on the board, you can complete island missions and meet other characters. You don’t need to buy real estate and pay rent, but collect insects, fish, fossils and fruits. You can also stop at Nook’s Cranny and redeem the purchase of decorations in Bells. These decorations are worthy of Nook Miles, and the player with the most Nook Miles wins the game”


Source article [Tue 6th Jul, 2021 04:15 BST]: Now it seems that almost every franchise has a monopoly game, but one theme we haven’t seen yet is Protect the animals. Or we think…

On the Animal Crossing subreddit, users sunflower Keep posting photos Animal Crossing: New Horizons monopoly. If this is true, we must admit that it looks a bit sad-you will get four avatars, tokens and a lot of cardboard. Some villagers will be fine.

Hasbro has not yet officially announced it, but some online retailers have begun listing the product-indicating that we will hear more soon. What do you think about this for yourself? Leave a comment below.

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