Lista delle edizioni Parker Brothers/Hasbro del Monopoly. Il gioco è venduto in 103 paesi e stampato in 37 lingue.

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  • Lista delle edizioni Parker Brothers/Hasbro del Monopoly. Il gioco è venduto in 103 paesi e stampato in 37 lingue. (it)
  • Lista delle edizioni Parker Brothers/Hasbro del Monopoly. Il gioco è venduto in 103 paesi e stampato in 37 lingue. (it)
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  • Free Parking
  • Go To Jail
  • In Jail/Just Visiting
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  • Go to Jail
  • Uncle Pennybag's Loose Change
  • Spring Break
  • Academic Probation
  • Collect $200 Salary As You Pass Go
  • Collect 200 Rupees Salary As You Pass Go
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  • Pay $3 To Take The Bus To The Cafe
  • Register & Proceed
  • collect $200 salary as you pass
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  • Only 2000 games were ever produced, the minimum run allowed at the time by USAopoly. The game was distributed in the year 2000 by the American Express Funds Company to its captive network of financial advisors. The intent was to reward advisors who sold a high volume of American Express Funds and to encourage other advisors to increase their sales of AXP funds. The game was designed so that the advisors could also give the game to their clients or use it as a sales tool to introduce AXP funds. The board was populated by various AXP Mutual Funds, with the places of Boardwalk and Park Place taken by AXP New Dimensions and AXP Growth, two of the company's best performing funds at the time. Because securities are a regulated industry, the game had to meet NASD legal requirements, which required careful wording of everything to avoid misleading investors. In 2005, American Express Financial Advisors was spun off from its parent company, American Express, Inc. It is now Ameriprise Financial, Inc. and the AXP Funds Company is now RiverSource Funds.
  • This is a special edition of the standard U.S. Atlantic City board and properties. The set comes in a hardwood case, which can be folded out. A drawer in the front of the case holds the money, cards, tokens, houses and hotels. The houses and hotels feature new designs, and come in light blue and red, instead of the standard green and red.
  • This edition was released in 1998, to highlight achievements of the U.S. Space Program, including the then-recent Mars Pathfinder mission, and to mark the fortieth anniversary of NASA. The board features photographs related to the U.S. Space Program from 1960 to 1990. Properties include TIROS-1, the X-15, missions from the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo and Shuttle programs. Railroads became the Redstone rocket, the Titan rocket, the Saturn V rocket and the Shuttle. Community Chest and Chance became Earth and Moon, respectively. The tax spaces became Payload Tax and Docking Tax . The Electric Company and Water Works spaces remained the same.
  • In December 2006, the Dominick's division of Safeway, Inc. produced a Collector's Edition Monopoly set, honoring the chain's approximately ninety-year history. The game board has been changed to reflect departments within Dominick's supermarkets, with properties such as Grocery Department, Frozen Department, Dairy Department, Health & Beauty Department and Bakery Department. The four railroads became the Commissary, Donna's Distribution, Distribution Center and CPS Warehouse. Community Chest and Chance became Plastic and Paper , respectively, with themes such as "Store Manager caught standing on a milk crate! Pay each player $50 for setting a bad example." The Electric Company and Water Works became Ludwig Dairy and Rancher's Reserve Ranch respectively. Income Tax and Luxury Tax kept their usual amounts, but became Repair Fee and Charitable Donation respectively.
  • This edition is inspired by the popular Sega video game franchise featuring all of the locations and characters from various games including Sonic Riders and Sonic Heroes. The money in this edition uses Rings . The Chance and Community Chest cards are renamed Item Box and Badnik cards, and the houses and hotels are called Bases and Workshops.
  • This was a numbered, limited edition board. Properties bear the names of actual Looney Tunes cartoons and characters. Currency was denominated as laughs . Orange "What's Up, Doc?" cards replaced Chance, and yellow "That's All Folks!" cards replaced Community Chest. Grey plastic television sets replaced houses, gold movie theaters replaced hotels. Set also comes with a pewter Looney Tunes Trophy which can be awarded to the winner.
  • This Monopoly edition is based on the Godfather Saga. Deed cards represent properties in New York, Sicily, Miami, Havana, and Nevada.
  • A simplified version of the board game Monopoly, aimed at young children. It has a smaller, rectangular board and instead of being based on street names it is based on a funfair, to make it more child-friendly.
  • As part of Disney's 75th anniversary of Mickey Mouse, a special edition of Monopoly was released with properties being many of Mickey's famous cartoon appearances. Depicted cartoons include Steamboat Willie, The Band Concert, The Prince and the Pauper and Mickey's appearance in Fantasia. The four railroads are depicted by four television series: The Mickey Mouse Club, The Wonderful World of Disney, The Mouse Factory and House of Mouse. Community Chest and Chance became Original Mickey and Present Day Mickey respectively. The Income Tax space became Magic Broom Flood Damage, depicting a broom from The Sorcerer's Apprentice from Fantasia. The Luxury Tax space became Dog License, depicting Pluto. The Electric Company became Mickey Avenue on the Walt Disney Studios lot, and Water Works became Walt Disney Studios.
  • To mark the 50th Anniversary of the Toys "R" Us toy store chain, its parent company released an exclusive Monopoly Deluxe Edition set. These are standard U.S. Deluxe Edition games, with the exceptions being the plastic sleeve having the 50 Years Forever Fun logo, and a different set of pewter tokens inside the box, replacing the regular Deluxe Edition tokens. A pewter medallion with the Toys "R" Us mascot, Geoffrey the Giraffe, was also included, to be placed in the center of the rotatable Title Deed card holder.
  • The Beatles Collector's Edition replaces all normal properties with Beatles albums and other points of interest, and includes every single known album ever produced by The Beatles, listed in chronological order from their release dates. It also includes special Fabs versions of the pewter tokens. Many other aspects of the game are changed. For example, the railroads are concert tickets, chance and community chest are The Fab Four and Beatlemania, the houses and hotels are listening parties and concerts, and money is called love, a reference to All You Need Is Love.
  • This is a reproduction of a 1935 Monopoly set . The board has the imprint "1933, Chas B. Darrow" in the Jail corner, and the Parker Brothers signature in the Go corner. Many of the graphics are the same, though the icon for Community Chest had not been designed. The Income Tax space is also Pay 10% or $300, instead of the later Pay 10% or $200. Property values are omitted from the board – a Banker's Rate Card is included with those values, as well as Mortgage values, and the required interest and repayment rates if a property is mortgaged. The property, Chance and Community Chest cards are all reprints from the 1935 edition, and the latter two types feature artwork that was replaced after the development of the more familiar Uncle Pennybags/Mr. Monopoly figure, and had not been seen since 1935. Some boards came with two packs of currency, instead of the usual one. The dice are a standard black pips on white dice, and the houses and hotels are both wooden.
  • Chance and Community Chest have been replaced by Lucy's Psychiatric Booth and Pitcher's Mound. Properties are some of Snoopy's favorite possessions.
  • Board layout above is for a circa 1994 board. Later printings had many changes including: * "Boardwalk": The Plaza , Fifth Avenue , Statue of Liberty , Ellis Island
  • To mark the 20th anniversary of the release of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, two versions of Monopoly were released. One was a numbered, limited edition, which came with special Imperial Credit coins. The other , was a general release. Paper currency in both editions are also printed as Imperial Credits – Coruscant, but use Aurebesh on the paper . The game board features artwork and locations from Episodes IV-VI . Community Chest becomes Rebel Cards and Chance becomes Imperial Cards. The two tax spaces become Docking Tax and Bounty . Some of the artwork comes from the 1997 Special Edition releases of the Classic Trilogy, whereas the illustration for the Imperial Palace comes from original concept artwork.
  • The Pokémon edition is based on the Pokémon Red and Blue video games, with minor influences from the Pokémon anime. Each color group represents the eight Pokémon Gyms of the Kanto region, and each property represents a particular Pokémon used at the Gym. A player is said to have won the corresponding Gym Badge if they have all of the Pokémon in the gym. Poké Balls are used for the four railroads, while Articuno and Zapdos represents Water Works and the Electric Company, respectively. Gary Oak and Team Rocket represent Income Tax and Luxury Tax, respectively. Players earn Pokédollars , which feature Ash Ketchum and Pikachu on each denomination. Houses are represented by Pokémon Centers, while Poké Marts take the place of hotels. Professor Oak takes the place of Chance cards, while Trainer Battles take the place of Community Chest cards.
  • This is a limited edition item made available to employees only! Rumor has it only 1300 of these games were made.
  • This edition focuses solely on James Bond movies, though the three non-Eon versions have been omitted. The only property on the board that is not a movie is 007 Assignment; the twenty-first movie, the 2006 Casino Royale is included. The Chance and Community Chest spaces have been replaced by: Bond Women and Bond Villains. There is a different colour photo on top of each card. The railways have been replaced by: Aston Martin DB5, Mustang, Lotus Esprit and Aston Martin DBS. The Luxury tax space has been replaced by Casino Tax.
  • This is an expanded edition of the classic game. The larger board encompasses 9 new properties and three new spaces . The gameplay is expedited by inclusion of a third Speed Die and by an additional deck of 16 Bus Ticket cards . It is also enhanced by the inclusion of 8 Skyscrapers and 4 Train Depots .
  • This edition is essentially a customized game board sold at Marshall Field's stores in 1997. The board itself consists of locations and items best known at the chain's flagship store : the Walnut Room, the English Room, the Tiffany Dome, the Atrium Fountain, etc. The railroads consist of three CTA rapid transit lines and one station. Community Chest, Chance, the Electric Company and Water Works remained unchanged, although the Community Chest and Chance cards were updated for the new property names. Currency bears the Marshall Field's logo and houses and hotels are the standard plastic green and red, respectively.
  • This is the same as in the 2006 version but this time, the purple color group featuring Wario & Waluigi changed to brown, the light blue color group featured characters from Animal Crossing and three new vehicles in the respective vehicle spaces: Epona, Gunship and Pikmin Onion. The board background is made up of a huge number of characters.
  • This is a special The Simpsons edition. The properties were replaced by landmarks such as Moe's Tavern and Mr. Burns Mansion, and every single card has been changed to reflect the theme.
  • This edition of Monopoly was issued to coincide with the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. It features special pewter tokens, money, and deed cards to items featured in the film and its predecessor, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. The Community Chest and Chance cards were replaced with Aztec Gold and Compass cards. Docks and Harbors were used in place of houses and hotels. Cursed Loot replaces the Income Tax space, various ships including the Interceptor, the Black Pearl, and the Flying Dutchman replace the railroads, and Davy Jones' chest and key replace the utilities. The printed money continues the movies' theme, printed to look like old cash certificates, but maintaining the usual colors for U.S. edition Monopoly money.
  • This game is for two to six players and uses the same rules as the normal version of Monopoly. The game's rulebook details an optional quicker way to play using an including coin which depicts Plankton. This is inspired by the hit Nickelodeon animated comedy series created by Stephen Hillenburg.
  • This edition utilizes a military-specific motif. Uncle Pennybags is frequently seen in MARPAT, while the Chance and Community Chest cards use Marine jargon.
  • In April 2006, Hasbro launched a promotion through their monopoly.com website to select properties for a US version of the Here and Now Edition. The first Here and Now Edition of Monopoly had launched successfully in the UK in 2005. Like the UK edition, the US version has been updated for the twenty-first century, with higher property values and updated scenarios on the Chance cards and Community Chest cards. But unlike the UK edition, properties that appear on the US version were selected by visitors to monopoly.com, choosing one of three landmarks for each of twenty-two US cities. The voting lasted for three weeks. The landmark with the highest vote total per city is displayed on the final board, and the cities that received the most total votes have the highest property values, while those with the lowest total votes received the lowest property values. Thus New York City and Boston, Massachusetts have the dark blue properties, and Cleveland, Ohio and Dallas, Texas have the dark purple properties. The railroads became the four busiest airports in the US: Chicago's O'Hare International, Los Angeles International, New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The Income Tax space remained the same, though it becomes 10% or $2,000,000, but the Luxury Tax space changed to Interest on Credit Card Debt: Pay $750,000. The Electric Company became Cell Phone Service and the Water Works became Internet Service.
  • This edition was released in 2004 in time for Penn State University's 150th anniversary of its founding as The Farmers High School in 1855.
  • This was one in a series of officially licensed city edition Monopoly game boards for various U.S. cities. The Chicago edition board features photographs of 21 existing Chicago landmarks, and one historical landmark: Fort Dearborn. The main background of the board is a photograph overlooking the Chicago River. The four railroad spaces were replaced with four well-known companies headquartered in Chicago: Bank One , Yellow Cab, Chicago Tribune and Eli's Cheesecake. Houses and hotels are the standard green and red plastic. The utility spaces are ComEd and the Chicago Water Works.
  • Released in September 2009 to raise money for the National Trust, the properties are replaced by National-Trust-owned sites around the United Kingdom.
  • The Pokémon edition is based on the Pokémon Gold and Silver video games, with minor influences from the Pokémon anime. Like the previous edition, players earn Pokédollars, which feature Ash Ketchum and Pikachu on each denomination. Houses and hotels, as before, are represented by Pokémon Centers and Poké Marts. As before, each color group represent the eight Pokémon Gyms and each property represent the particular Pokémon used at the Gym, but are of the Johto region in this game . Unlike the previous edition, the Zephyr and Hive Badges, the first two obtained in the video games, take the place of the utilities, while Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and Heracross represent the four railroads. Gary Oak and Team Rocket represent Income Tax and Luxury Tax, respectively.
  • This Collector's Edition features characters from Nintendo's most popular franchises, including Mario, Metroid, and Zelda. The property spaces are replaced with characters from the games. Each color set represents characters from the same series or game. For instance, the green spaces are Ganondorf, Princess Zelda, and Link from The Legend of Zelda. The four vehicles included in this edition are the go-kart from the Mario Kart series, Blue Falcon from F-Zero, Kirby's Warp Star and the Arwing from Star Fox. The board background is also made up of a huge number of screenshots of Nintendo games from all series, systems, and generations. The Chance and Community Chest cards are renamed Coin Block and ? Block cards, and the houses and hotels are called Power-Ups and Invincibilities.
  • This edition is essentially a re-release of the Classic Trilogy edition, above. The board game artwork did not change, nor did the Title Deed cards, paper currency, or Rebel/Imperial cards . The outer box artwork was changed, and the board in this edition is a quarter fold .
  • This edition is inspired by the most popular fighting video game series published by Capcom. The gameboard includes characters and fighting arenas covering the series' 25th anniversary. Chance and Community Chest cards are renamed Bonus Stage and Random Select cards, and the houses and hotels are renamed Training Rooms and Dojos.
  • This board was released in 2014 and represents the The Legend of Zelda video game franchise from Nintendo. The board features images of characters, items and locations from nearly all the Zelda video games. All of the paper currency has been renamed after the Zelda video games' currency Rupees. Properties are locations from the Zelda video games. Water Works is replaced by the Potion Shop and the Electric Company is now a Bomb Shop. The train stations have been changed to Link's methods of transport through out the various games – Epona, the King of the Red Lions, Link's Loftwing and the Spirit Train. Community Chest have become Treasure Chest while Empty Bottle now represent Chance. The Income Tax is now a Door Fee and the Luxury Tax is now represented by the Mask Merchant. The plastic houses and hotels retained their usual shapes, but became "Deku Sprouts" and "Deku Trees" respectively.
  • This is a Spanish translation of a U.S. Standard Edition Monopoly set. All placenames are literal translation of the original Atlantic City, New Jersey locations. Even the infamous misspelling of Marven Gardens is carried over, as Jardines Marvin on this board. All four railroads have the same names, the Electric Company and Water Works are also both kept. Under the space for Go, the Spanish word ¡Adelante! is written. The currency has the same colors and design as a standard U.S. set, with the legend "Copyright 1935 by Parker Brothers Inc." Similarly, the Community Chest and Chance cards feature the Uncle Pennybags/Mr. Monopoly character that was introduced in 1936. Houses are the standard green plastic, and hotels are the standard red plastic.
  • This was one of USAopoly's first boards that mixed a popular film license with their license to produce themed Monopoly boards. For The Wizard of Oz, properties are placed around the board in a sequence roughly paralleling the plot of the movie. Thus the brown spaces feature stills from the sepia-toned sequences of Kansas, the light blue spaces are from Munchkinland, and the green spaces are from the Emerald City. The Utilities remained the same, but the Electric Company is represented by a photo of the jolt that the Wicked Witch of the West received when trying to remove the Ruby Slippers, and the Water Works is represented by a photo of the sequence from the Wicked Witch melting . The Community Chest and Chance cards retained those names, but the spaces on the board are represented by the Wicked Witch's hat and Glinda's crown, respectively . Houses and Hotels were recolored grey and green, and were renamed Farmhouses and Palaces. The dice are described as being ruby red. Currency features photographs of characters from the movie . While the dollar sign $ is used, the denominations are said to be in bricks , issued by the Bank of Emerald City.
  • Second in a proposed series of four Star Trek Monopoly editions , the game's elements drew heavily from the Original Series' three-season run . The paper currency was made to be different values of Federation Credits, houses became Constitution-class Starships, hotels became Starbases, Community Chest and Chance became Starfleet Orders and Captain's Log, respectively, and the cards were changed to be scenarios from different episodes, complete with the respective episode's Stardate. The Electric Company became Engineering, and the Water Works became Replicator. The four railroads became other Constitution-class Starships: The Constellation, the Intrepid, the Potemkin and the Defiant. The property spaces became aliens or specific adversaries, such as the Gorn, Kor, Nomad, tribbles, or the Keeper.
  • This edition of Monopoly was based on the Cartoon Network series of the same name. The box lid is made of a special reflective foil paper. The game board features locations from the series' fictional setting of The City of Townsville, illustrated with representative artwork. Community Chest and Chance are renamed into Forces of Evil and Hotline, respectively. The four railroads also become City of Townsville locations: Townsville Bank, Pokey Oaks School, The Mayor's Office and The Museum. The utilities are the Power Plant and the Water Tower. All of the currency features the face of The Mayor. This edition also features purple, stackable buildings in place of houses, and pink skyscrapers in place of hotels.
  • This is a special edition sold only in Disney theme parks. The game comes in a tin with a quarter-fold board. Properties have been replaced by various attraction in Disney theme parks around the world. The railroads are replaced with a form of transportation used in each of four Disney parks: The Disneyland Monorail, the Disneyland Paris Train, the Tokyo Disneyland Boat , and the Walt Disney World Bus. Chance and Community Chest have become Wishing Well and Magic Lamp, respectively. Houses became Main Street Buildings, and hotels became Castles . The money is slightly smaller than the original and are referred to as wishes instead of dollars; however, they are included in the same denominations and colors as the original game. The game also includes a black plastic tray with slots which can be used to hold the banker's wishes in a vertical position.
  • This anniversary edition came in a silver colored collector's tin with an outer plastic cover. Some copies came with a card, imprinted with a code, which could be used for a special anniversary contest: the chance to win US $15,140, which is the total amount of money included in every U.S. Monopoly game. The board is foil-wrapped, and the center artwork is done in a 1930s-art deco style, as are the playing tokens, houses and hotels. The currency and cards are also imprinted with a special art deco/70th anniversary motif.
  • First in a proposed series of four Star Trek Monopoly editions , the game's elements drew heavily from the series' seven-season run. The paper currency was made to be different values of gold-pressed latinum, houses became Galaxy-class Starships, hotels became Starbases, Community Chest and Chance became Starfleet Orders and Captain's Log, respectively, and the cards were changed to reflect scenarios from different episodes, complete with the respective episode's Stardate. The Electric Company became Warp Core, and the Water Works became Replicator. The four railroads became shuttlecraft of the Enterprise NCC-1701-D: Hawking, Magellan, Feynman and Justman. The property spaces became alien races or specific alien adversaries, such as the Ferengi, Bynars, Armus, the Borg or Q.
  • This is the 1996 Golf Edition of Monopoly. The gameplay is the same as in the regular version. The only noticeable differences are that the regular properties are replace with Golf Clubs and Championships, and that the Income Tax is renamed City Tax.
  • This was a special edition to capitalize on the dot Com craze of the late 1990s. The properties feature the logos of many Internet companies, including Yahoo!, E*TRADE, eBay and Priceline.com. Currency was changed so that it was denominated in millions of dollars; the dark purple properties sold at $60 million each, and the dark blue properties sold at $350 million and $400 million. Community Chest became Download and Chance became E-mail Just In! Houses and hotels were changed from their familiar green and red colors to blue and red, and were renamed Households and Offices. The Income Tax space remained fairly similar , but the Luxury Tax space became ISP Fee: Pay $75 million. The four railroad spaces became four companies involved in telecommunications: Nokia, MCI Worldcom, Sprint and AT&T. The two utilities became Linux and Sun Microsystems. Trademark disclaimers were made for all participating companies in fine print on the game board itself.
  • This is a reproduction of a 1957 board and Monopoly set. It uses the standard U.S. Atlantic City properties. The set comes in a wooden case, with a lid that slides off, and holds the board, with compartments for the cards, tokens and paper money. A brief history of the game is reprinted inside the lid. The houses and hotels are similarly made of wood, and come in the original green for houses and red for hotels.
  • To help promote the release of the new Transformers live action film, Hasbro created a special board based on Generation 1 continuity. Chance and Community Chest cards have been replaced by Autobot and Decepticon cards, and require a card scanner to read them, much like the old tech specs on the back of Generation 1 packaging. Energon cubes and Anti-Matter replace houses and hotels, and new rules have been added for additional gameplay.
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  • General Release
  • Target stores until 2005, general release as of 2005.
  • Originally exclusive to the Warner Brothers Studio Stores, copies also became available through USAopoly's website and other retailers.
  • Available only in Disney theme parks.
  • Exclusive to Dominick's supermarkets.
  • General Mills Employees
  • General U.S. release
  • General release
  • General retail
  • Marshall Field's stores
  • Target stores
  • Toys "R" Us stores exclusive
  • Warner Brothers Studio Store
  • Initially, Game Specialty Stores and Winning Moves' own website; later, Toys "R" Us stores
  • Not sold to the public. This was a limited release used by the company as a promotional prize to its financial advisors.
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  • Each of the twelve hotels has a unique design, and the thirty-two houses come in four distinct styles.
  • The houses are referred to as battalions, and the hotels as regiments. The Community Chest spaces are renamed Iwo Jima , while the Chance spaces are renamed Eagle, Globe, and Anchor.
  • Houses and hotels are replaced by X-Wing fighters and Corellian freighters or by TIE fighters and Star Destroyers . However, by standard Monopoly rules, only thirty-two maximum X-Wings/TIE Fighters are allowed to be in use , as well as a maximum of twelve Corellian freighters/Star Destroyers .
  • A two-page document about the voting process and protests by cities which were not included as candidates for the final board is included with the game, particularly that by Atlantic City, New Jersey, which remains the setting of the US Standard Edition and the Mega Edition. Houses and hotels retained their familiar shapes, but became blue and silver plastic, respectively. Similarly, the tops of the Community Chest and Chance cards are no longer yellow and orange, but became blue and silver, respectively.
  • Slats cut in the box's wooden compartment dividers allow for storage of money by denomination during game play. This game was released as part of a series of Parker Brothers Nostalgia Games, and was exclusive to Target until the line was discontinued in 2005. Other retailers bought up the remaining stock for sale. Target replaced the product line with the Hasbro Library series.
  • M equals million. Pay 2M equals Pay $2,000,000
  • "Community Chest" and "Chance" cards have been replaced with "Friends" and "Enemies" cards. Traditional houses and hotels have been turned into Hideouts and Compounds, and the game features new "Don" cards allowing each player to align with a particular family and employ a potentially lethal strike. The Corleone card, for instance, entitles the bearer to a kidnapping of an opponent while the Tattaglia card affords its owner a single money laundering opportunity.
  • This 1985 edition was released by Parker Brothers as a division of the then Kenner Parker Toys, which was later bought out by Hasbro.
  • A numbered Certificate of Authenticity was included, with two signatures. One was from Rich Uncle Pennybags, the fictional spokes-character of Monopoly, and the other was from Majel Barrett Roddenberry. The instructions booklet was titled Prime Directive, and it indicated that this edition was to be the first of four Star Trek themed games intended for release . If all four had been produced, they were intended to be linked in order to form a larger square board. Also included was an additional booklet, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Ship's Manifest/Alien Species Identification Guide. The booklet could be flipped so that one side or the other could be read.
  • This edition introduced an offline rule, for optional use with the Mr. Monopoly at his computer token. This token is moved onto any space that has a Title Deed card whenever any player moves doubles. That space is considered offline, and no rent can be collected for it unless someone rolls doubles again and moves the token, or someone lands on the space and moves the token .
  • There are different versions of the game, such as Dig'n Dinos, a Disney Channel version, and a Canadian version. In the Canadian version Cafe is Lunch and Uncle Pennybags is Mr. Monopoly.
  • Instead of red hotels and green houses made of wood, the game features red models of the Krusty Krab and yellow models of SpongeBob's Pineapple made of plastic. The currency for the game uses clams instead of dollars and features the same values and colors of each bill as the classic Monopoly game, but the bills have a SpongeBob-style design, featuring a picture of Mr. Krabs in the center and the number value of the bill on either side of him in the middle of an old ship steering wheel. The top of the box for this game shows the top of SpongeBob's face, and the pupils of his eyes appear to move when the box is tilted.
  • Because of the additional properties, the gameboard is approx. 50% bigger, and the set includes grey-colored $1000 bills. Players start the game with $2500 . In addition, gameplay allows players to build Houses and Hotels on a Color Group if they have a Majority Ownership , but Skyscrapers can only be built on a full Monopoly .
  • Chance and Community Chest cards were replaced due to legal concerns to Service and Planning Cards. A package of 32 Asset Allocations 12 Comprehensive Plans were also included.
  • The included Mission Manual explains the reasons behind the inclusion of the various Space Program missions on the game board. Currency features the Rich Uncle Pennybags character holding a space helmet and an American flag . Houses and hotels retained their usual shapes, but became silver hangars and black space centers respectively.
  • A limited edition Power Rangers themed Monopoly dice was also created for use in conjunction with this board, but was offered separately. The dice is black and features both the show logo's iconic yellow lightning bolt and yellow dots as the dice's dots. This dice was given away at San Diego Comic Con 2013 and could also be won in a giveaway contest that was conducted on the official Power Rangers Facebook page. Later the dice, while previously advertised as being created for Monopoly during its giveaway offerings, would eventually see a retail release with a completely different board game. The dice was included with the game Trivial Pursuit – Power Rangers 20th Anniversary Edition.
  • A numbered Certificate of Authenticity was included, with two signatures. One was from Mr. Monopoly , the fictional spokes-character of Monopoly, and the other was from William Shatner. The instructions booklet was titled Prime Directive, and it indicated that this edition was to be the second of four Star Trek themed games intended for release . If all four had been produced, they were intended to be linked in order to form a larger square board. Also included was an additional booklet, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Ship's Manifest/Alien Species Identification Guide. The booklet could be flipped so that one side or the other could be read.
  • Rule variation: doubles take on extra meanings, or Looney Tunes effects. Extra tasks can be carried out depending on the value of the dice roll .
  • The same optional rules from the 1999 edition are also featured in this edition. The Pokémon representing some of these powers have changed to reflect the second generation of Pokémon games . The four Pokémon representing the railroads may not be named in an attack.
  • Properties, houses, hotels and currency retained their usual colors, based on the US Standard Edition. Houses and Hotels also retain the same shape, but are known as New Products and Merchandise Displays respectively. The currency features the Monopoly logo in a banner scroll at the top of every bill, and each uses the Chicago skyline as a full backdrop. The varying denominations each have a different Dominick's corporate logo from the company's history, with the exception of the 20, which uses the logo for the now defunct Omni Superstore, a former Dominick's division.
  • An optional set of rules is featured that allow players to take special actions whenever doubles are rolled in lieu of taking an extra turn. They are as follows: moving to any space on the board , collect an extra 200 Pokédollars , collecting 50 Pokédollars from every player , drawing a Professor Oak card, drawing a Trainer Battle card, and attacking another Pokémon. When choosing to attack another Pokémon, the player names any Pokémon held by an opponent that is not part of a completed color group . The player and the property's owner both roll the dice, with the player rolling the higher number keeping control of the Pokémon .
  • A special, optional set of rules was included for the three villain tokens. When using these rules, the three villains begin the game in Jail. Any of the three villain tokens can be moved from jail onto any property space . If a villain token is moved onto an unowned property space, players who have enough money for the space can fight for it through rolls of the dice – the player with the highest dice roll wins the right to buy the property at its full printed value. If the villain was moved from jail to an owned property, the villain can prevent the owner from collecting rent. When another player lands on the occupied space, they must roll the dice. If a seven or higher is rolled, the villain is defeated and returned to jail, and no rent is owed. If a six or lower is rolled, the villain continues his/her/its occupation and rent is owed. If the owner lands on an occupied space, they too must roll – seven or higher returns the villain to jail, six or lower lets the villain token stay on that property. No penalty is made if a villain token is moved onto a space already occupied by a player token.
  • See details in the Classic Trilogy edition listing, above. Gameplay variants are unchanged between the two releases.
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  • Late For the Sky Production Company under license from Penn State University
  • Pirates of the Caribbean elements licensed from Disney.
  • The Legend of Zelda elements licensed from Nintendo.
  • Apple Studios
  • Power Ranger elements licensed from Saban Brands.
  • USAopoly
  • USAopoly under license from Hasbro
  • USAopoly under license from Parker Brothers/Hasbro
  • USAopoly under license from Sony/MGM and Hasbro
  • USAopoly, Inc. under license from Hasbro
  • USAopoly, Inc., under license from Hasbro
  • USAopoly, under license by Hasbro
  • American Express Mutual Fund Co. , a subsidiary at the time of American Express, Inc., under license from USAopoly
  • USAopoly under license from Hasbro. Peanuts design licensed from United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
  • USAopoly under licenses from The Walt Disney Company and Hasbro
  • USAopoly under license from Hasbro, Wizard of Oz film elements licensed from Turner Entertainment Company
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  • Ten pewter tokens were included, nine of which represent popular toys by Hasbro, sold within Toys "R" Us stores. They are: Mr. Potato Head, G.I. Joe, Rich Uncle Pennybags , an Easy-Bake Oven, a Tinkertoy, a log cabin made of Lincoln Logs, a can of Play-Doh, a Nerf football on a kickstand, and a Tonka dump truck. The tenth token is a bust of Toys "R" Us mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe.
  • The collector's edition comes with six colored plastic tokens, representing Bellossom, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Marill, Pikachu, and Totodile.
  • To reduce costs, the traditional pewter tokens were used.
  • The standard edition comes with six pewter tokens, representing Charmander, Meowth, Pikachu, Poliwhirl, Psyduck, and Snorlax. The collector's edition comes with six colored plastic tokens, representing Blastoise, Bulbasaur, Charmander, Clefairy, Mewtwo, and Pikachu.
  • The current group of eleven standard tokens are included .
  • The six tokens include a horse head, a cannoli, a Genco Olive Oil tin, the Don's limo, a dead fish and a tommy gun.
  • The Quarterback, The Football, The Helmet, The Referee, The Shoe, Pennybags, The Runningback, The Defensive
  • There are eight pewter tokens: a laptop, a labradoodle, a jet plane, a Motorola RAZR phone, a New Balance running shoe, a Toyota Prius, a cup of Starbucks coffee and a container of McDonald's french fries.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog, Shadow the Hedgehog, Tails, Amy Rose, Knuckles, and a Chao.
  • Eight pewter tokens were included: Heads of Dorothy/Toto, the Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, a Tornado , the Wicked Witch's hat, Glinda's crown and the pair of ruby slippers.
  • Eight pewter tokens were available, plus a special Mr. Monopoly at his computer token that could be used as a game piece, or for a special rule variant. The other eight tokens are: a computer desktop , a pointing hand , a surfboard, a flat panel monitor, a mouse , another hand holding an envelope , a pixelated arrow cursor and a microchip made to look like a bug.
  • A car, a Top Hat, A shoe, a thimble, an iron, a battleship, a horse and rider, a wheelbarrow, a dog, and a wheel.
  • The tokens are the same as in a U.S. standard edition set as of 1997: cannon, boot, thimble, wheelbarrow, car, horse and rider, dog, hat, battleship and iron.
  • Nine pewter tokens were included: Darth Vader, an Imperial stormtrooper, Emperor Palpatine, Boba Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, Princess Leia Organa and Han Solo.
  • Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and others.
  • Tokens
  • These are also based on the standard U.S. Edition game set, as of 1985 they were: a cannon, a battleship, a dog, a horse and rider, a shoe, a tophat, a wheelbarrow, a thimble, an iron and a car.
  • Six zinc collector's tokens are included: Alpha 5, a Power Morpher, the White Ranger Helmet, a Lightning Bolt, the Megazord, and Goldar. Goldar was the winning candidate from a fan voting contest that was conducted on the official Power Rangers Facebook page. The two losing candidates for becoming a token were a pair of Ranger Boots and a Juice Cup.
  • The main playing tokens depict SpongeBob holding a jellyfishing net, Sandy out of her suit, Patrick happily saluting with his hand, Squidward with his hands on his hips, Mr. Krabs standing on a pile of coins with a few in his hand, and Gary wearing shoes. A pewter coin depicting Plankton on both sides is also included for use with a special method of gameplay.
  • Five golden collector's tokens are included in all editions of the game: the Bow, the Hookshot, the Boomerang, the Triforce, and Hylian Shield. A sixth, exclusive golden token was included only in GameStop editions of the game: the Ocarina of Time.
  • These are chrome-plated art-deco renderings of standard tokens: A dog, a speedboat, a locomotive, a ladies' high-heeled shoe, a wheelbarrow, an iron, a tophat, a thimble, a sportscar, a sack of money, a cannon and a horse with rider.
  • Eight pewter tokens were included: A generic satellite, an Astronaut, a Shuttle , a Lunar Rover, an Apollo Space Capsule, a Lunar lander, the Mars Sojourner rover, and the Hubble Space Telescope.
  • Eight pewter tokens: Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian, Road Runner, Tasmanian Devil, Sylvester, Tweety Pie, Daffy Duck and Wile E. Coyote.
  • An octopus , a walrus , a strawberry , a raccoon , the sun , and a hammer
  • A lantern, an iron, a thimble, a rocking horse, a purse, a battleship, a cannon, a tophat, a shoe and a car.
  • Six pewter tokens which include the dog with the keys to the jail cell, Jack Sparrow's Compass, a pirate skull, Jack the Monkey, Davy Jones' Chest, and a cannon from the Black Pearl.
  • General Mills characters: Hamburger Helper Helping Hand, Betty Crocker Spoon, Trix Rabbit, Lucky Leprecheun, Cheerios Racecar, Totino's Pizza, Green Giant Sprout, and the Pillsbury Doughboy.
  • Racecar, dog, top hat, thimble, locomotive and shoe.
  • Eight pewter tokens were included: Darth Vader , Luke Skywalker , Obi-Wan Kenobi , R2-D2, Grand Moff Tarkin, Lando Calrissian, a TIE fighter pilot, and a Tusken Raider.
  • Alarm clock, bicycle, football, Nittany Lion Shrine, slice of pizza
  • Six pewter tokens were included: A rolled up Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Water Tower, Sears Tower, a Wolley Cab car, the Navy Pier Ferris wheel and a slice of Eli's Cheesecake.
  • Six pewter collector's tokens are included: Snoopy sleeping on top of his dog house, Snoopy's supper dish, Woodstock, a football on a kicking tee, Schroeder's piano, and Lucy's psychiatric booth.
  • Tokens are pewter and include: a shopping cart, an apple, a pizza, a cash register, a gallon of milk and a truck bearing the Dominick's logo.
  • Six tokens: Mushroom, Starman, Samus's Power Helmet, Hocotate Ship, Master Sword, Gyroid.
  • Eight included tokens represented the characters of Jean-Luc Picard, William Riker, Data, Geordi La Forge, Worf, Beverly Crusher, Deanna Troi and Wesley Crusher. An included certificate allowed game owners to mail or fax USAopoly for four additional tokens, representing Tasha Yar, Katherine Pulaski, Miles Edward O'Brien and Guinan.
  • Six pewter tokens are included: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Pluto and Goofy.
  • Six pewter tokens were included: Ryu, M. Bison, Blanka, Vega's mask, Chun-Li's wrist cuff and a Hadouken.
  • Eight included tokens represented the characters of James T. Kirk, Spock, Leonard McCoy, Montgomery Scott, Hikaru Sulu, Nyota Uhura, Pavel Chekov and Christine Chapel. An included certificate allowed game owners to mail or fax USAopoly for two additional tokens, representing characters from the original Star Trek pilot The Cage: Christopher Pike and Number One.
  • Tokens are pewter and include a Splash Mountain log, a monorail cab, a Mr. Toad's Wild Ride car, an Astro Orbiter rocket, a ship from Tokyo DisneySea, a train locomotive, a Mad Tea Party teacup, and a Haunted Mansion Doom Buggy. In the newest edition there are different tokens than in the first edition. Also they added Expedition Everest as the best property. In this newer, still special edition, there are "Sorcerer's hat" and "Magic Mirror" instead of Wishing Well and Magic Lamp.
  • Pair of boots, helmet, HMMWV, Amphibious Assault Vehicle, AV-8B Harrier, and block letters "USMC".
  • Batman, Robin, Ivy, Freeze, The Batmobile, The Freezemobile, The Bathammer, The Redbird
  • Eight tokens are included: The Springfield school bus, a donut, Homer, Bart in a Car, Jebediah Springfield, Kang the Alien, Blinky the Fish, and Santa's Little Helper.
  • Six tokens: Koopa Shell, Mario's Hat, DK Barrel, NES controller, Hylian Shield, Iron Boots.
  • Six full color plastic tokens were included: Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup, The Mayor, Ms. Keane and Professor Utonium. In addition three cardboard punchout tokens are available, which can be used as regular playing tokens, or for a special rule variation. The three tokens represent Mojo Jojo, Fuzzy Lumpkins and Sedusa.
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  • Lista delle edizioni Parker Brothers/Hasbro del Monopoly. Il gioco è venduto in 103 paesi e stampato in 37 lingue. (it)
  • Lista delle edizioni Parker Brothers/Hasbro del Monopoly. Il gioco è venduto in 103 paesi e stampato in 37 lingue. (it)
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  • Edizioni del Monopoly (it)
  • List of licensed and localized editions of Monopoly: USA (en)
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