The Monopoly GAMER featuring Sonic the Hedgehog is a NEW twist on a classic game from Hasbro and Sega. Designed for ages 8 and up this game is for 2 to 4 players. It features Sonic, Tails, Amy, and Knuckles playing pieces. To begin, choose your hero, roll the dice and get ready to grab rings, buy properties, and beat bosses to rack up points and win. Built on the board structure of the original Monopoly game, this version comes with 4 character tokens and cards, 4 reminder cards, 8 Boss cards, 16 title Deed Cards, and 8 Chaos tokens. There are also 7 Chaos Emerald tokens, and 1 Master Emerald token. There's the old school numbered die and the new school Booster die with labels. There are also 90 cardboard rings, 50 of which are golden, and the game guide. Each Character has their own unique abilities and has to battle Boss for Chaos Emeralds. Roll the dice and off you go!
The colorful character playing pieces are fun. Fans of Sonic will love this new take with a twist on a classic game. To begin, players choose a hero, roll the dice and get ready to grab rings, buy properties, and beat Bosses to rack up points and win. The board is built on the structure of the original Monopoly game, but this version comes with 4 character tokens and cards, 4 reminder cards, 8 Boss cards, 16 title Deed Cards, and 8 Chaos tokens. Kids may be drawn to it but families will really love this Sonic The Hedgehog board game.
This special character driven version of Monopoly is designed for ages 8 and up is for 2 to 4 players. Fans of Sonic the Hedgehog will love this new take on gaming without screens. This version requires learning new rules but it's easy to pick up and everyone in the family can enjoy playing this Sonic inspired game.
To set up, stickers need to be placed on the blank booster cube and all the rings and Emeralds from the card need to be punched out. This is not a typical Monopoly game. The rules are different but not difficult to learn.
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