Mickey Mouse Monopoly
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The Mickey Mouse 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition Monopoly commemorates 75 years of fun of one of the most beloved cartoon characters of the 20th century. Collectors and enthusiasts can own vintage movie posters that span Mickey's illustrious film career. Steamboat Willie, Fantasia and Canine Caddy are all up for grabs. This completely customized game comes with six collectible pewter tokens: Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Donald, Daisy and Goofy.
Includes: Game Board, movie poster, Title Deed Cards, Mickey Mouse Monopoly Money and Banker's Tray Original, and Present Day Mickey cards, 32 houses renamed from movie reels, 12 Hotels renamed from Disney vaults and six collectible pewter tokens.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #34061 in Toys & Games
- Brand: Monopoly
- Model: MN004014
- Released on: 2006-06-12
- Dimensions: 20.10" h x 10.10" w x 1.40" l, 1.80 pounds
- Owning a highly collectible game celebrating one of the most recognizable cartoon characters of the 20th century.
- Strong appeal with 75 years of heritage.
- Relive the magic of Mickey Mouse movies.
- Licensed by Disney Consumer Products.
- Recommended Age Range 8 to 11 Years
From the Manufacturer
The Mickey Mouse 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition of the Monopoly game celebrates 75 years of fun of one of the most popular cartoon characters of the 20th century. Players will buy, sell and trade movies that span the film career of Mickey Mouse including Steamboat Willie, Mad Dog and Runaway Brain. This collector's edition comes complete with collectible pewter tokens such as Mickey himself, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Donald, Daisy and Goofy. The traditional Chance and Community Chest cards, money and game board are customized to celebrate the wonderful world of Mickey Mouse. A must-have for all Mickey collectors and enthusiasts.
Very Nice But Could Have Been Better
I am surprised that Disney did not make this monopoly edition a little more attractive to the eyes. Especially when compared to other Disney editions. This edition is designed for Mickey fans and collectors and will not necessarily appeal to all Disney fans. Also no special rules are included in this version. This is what you will find in this edition:
BOARD: Very plain (Mickey's face in the center) and classic, unlike the usual colorful boards that distinguish other Disney versions.
TOKENS: Pewter tokens featuring Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Donald and Daisy.
PROPERTIES: These are Mickey Mouse's movies like: The Mad Dog, Ye Olden Days, Mickey's Good Deed, The Nifty Nineties, Mickey Down Under, The Prince and The Pauper, Fantasia, Steam Boat Willie and more.
PROPERTY DEEDS: Completely plain and no art whatsoever.
TRAINS: Replaced with The Mickey Mouse Club, The Wonderful World of Disney, The Mouse Factory and House of Mouse.
WATER WORKS/ELECTRIC COMPANY: Mickey Avenue/Walt Disney Studios
COMMUNITY CHEST and CHACE Cards: These are Original and Present Day Mickey. They have very beautiful art work on them. Actually these cards are what make this edition worth buying.
MONEY: Starts from classic Mickey on the one dollar bill and continues will the changes Mickey has had during the years all the way to present day Mickey on the 500 dollar bill.
HOUSES and HOTELS: Same ol', same ol'.
Overall this version is nice for collectors. But if you are looking for something more colorful Disney has other versions that are more beautiful than this one. Enjoy.
My favorite thing about his edition is the design which is all retro. The board and box have a stressed, aged look to them and classic Mickey is everywhere on this game. It looks great, but it could have been better. First off why in just about every version of Monopoly are the "Go", "Jail", "Free Parking" and "Go To Jail" corner spaces always the same? These should have been themed to better fit in with the rest of the design. Also the property cards have no themeing on them at all except for a Mickey face on their backs. One more thing, the houses and hotels are just the same as in classic Monopoly. Why bother theming the game if you're not going to theme it all? That said, the cards and money came out looking terrific as do the pewter pieces.
Gameplay is exactly like regular Monopoly so the real reason to buy this edition is for the theming. Unfortunately although what was done looks great, there is much room for improvement. Here's hoping the 80th anniversary edition of Mickey Mouse sees an even better version of this great game.
Celebrating the Longest Running Mouse Career in Hollywood
To celebrate Mickey Mouse's 75th anniversary, this edition of monopoly was released. While it has no special rules, any Disney fan will love it.
The properties are replaced by Mickey Mouse shorts. They cover the entire range of his career from "Steamboat Willie" (in the Boardwalk space) and "Fantasia" (Park Place) to the latest short, "Runaway Brain." I was a little surprised that the monopoly of recent cartoons didn't include "Mickey's Christmas Carol." Instead, the third is "The Simple Things," his last short before his long break. The cards are black and white Mickey and color Mickey, the railroads are the various Disney TV shows, and the utilities are now Mickey Avenue and Walt Disney Studio. My favorite of the changes is Income Tax, which is now Magic Broom Flood Damage. Still don't love landing there, of course. Each denomination of money represents a point in Mickey's career as well, again covering the full range. While houses and hotels are called Movie Reels and Vaults, they still look like houses and hotels. The six figures are very fun. Classic Disney characters are represented, Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and Pluto.
This set is guaranteed to make any Disney fan break out in huge smiles. It's especially fun to play while watching some of the Disney Treasures DVD releases.