Monopoly: The Big Bang Theory Review (USAopoly)

What It Is

Monopoly: The Big Bang Theory is a themed version of the classic board game that plays just like the original but with custom game pieces. Each space on the board represents a different location from the show, such as Sheldon and Leonard's apartment, Penny's Apartment, the Physics Department Cafeteria, and Mrs. Wolowitz's House. Fortune Cookie cards and Roommate Agreement cards replace Chance and Community Chest cards, respectively. Penny's wine and Sheldon's wi-fi replace the traditional utilities. The seven playing pieces are in the shape of Leonard's glasses, Sheldon's couch spot, Howard's space helmet, Raj's dog Cinnamon, Penny's wine glass, Amy's tiara, and Bernadette's microscope. And instead of building houses and hotels, you're building colliders and super colliders.

As you play, buy up properties and charge other player's for rent. The object is to be the only player left in the game when everyone else has gone bankrupt.

Monopoly: The Big Bang Theory is for two to six players, and includes the gameboard, seven playing pieces, 28 title deed cards, 16 Fortune Cookie cards, 16 Roommate Agreement cards, custom money, 32 houses (colliders), 12 hotels (super colliders), and two dice.

Is It Fun?

If you're a fan of The Big Bang Theory, then you'll be a fan of all the nuances of this themed game. It adds a fun element to the classic game of Monopoly and also makes a nice collector's version for fans.

Who It’s For

Monopoly: The Big Bang Theory is for ages 8 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

USAopoly makes additional themed Monopoly games, sold separately.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy