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Winning Moves Back To The Future Monopoly Board Game
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- The world's best family board game brings you another exciting edition of MONOPOLY - Back to the Future. Travel to the future and back with Marty McFly
- Choose your favourite token from; Einstein the dog, DeLorean, Marty's trusty Hoverboard, Part 3's cowboy hat, the Hill Valley Courthouse Clock and Nike's self-strapping sneakers, travel to the future and back and visit your favourite time and sites and accumulate fortunes, but watch out for taxes, jail and bankruptcy
- Advance to Palace Saloon, Doc's Blacksmith Shop or Clock Tower - will you owe rent or reap the rewards?
- Invest in houses and hotels and trade your way to success
- The Fast-Dealing Property Trading Game is fun for the whole family
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|Age Range Description||8 years +||8 years +||8 years +||—||—||8 years +|
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|EU Toys Safety Directive Age Warning||No warning applicable||Not suitable for children under 36 months||No warning applicable||No warning applicable||Not suitable for children under 36 months||Not suitable for children under 36 months|
|Item Dimensions||5.3 x 40.5 x 27.1 cm||40 x 5 x 27 cm||2.05 x 10.63 x 15.75 cm||40 x 5.3 x 27 cm||40 x 27 x 5 cm||40 x 27.3 x 5.7 cm|
|Number of Players||2 to 6||4||2 to 6||2-6||—||4|
Its thirty years since Marty McFly first went back to Hill Valley in the 1950s. Travel in this unique Monopoly board game visiting the town across the ages – from the Wild West to the alternate future generated by Biff Tannen. This is getting heavy. Order your limited edition copy of the World's best board game today!
1x Monopoly : 024341 Back To The Future (Avail' Dec)
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It came on time, padded well for the journey and in cellophane wrapping.
If you or a friend love monopoly and fallout this is the game for you, it's the same as most monopoly set ups but with the fallout theme. They have Nuka Cola caps printed on the money and all of the game pieces are different objects found within the game. For the streets it has the 4 games with one street being Fallout 1, 2nd street from fallout 2 the 3rd street fromFallout 3 and the 4th street from the newest game Fallout 4.
My partner loved it and was very pleased with his present.
Excellent game and would highly recommend it to any fallout fan!
I personally hate Monopoly, but she loves it and Back to the Future, so I thought I'd get her this. The game is well made, however there are issues. Some of the properties have very similar names, just the year is different - like "McFly Residence 1985" and "McFly Residence 2015" or "Hill Valley High School 1955" and "Hill Valley High School 1985"... or the names are very similar in other ways like "A Jones Manure Hauling" and "D Jones Manure Hauling"... you get the issue where you're like "Was that 85 or 55" all the time and it starts getting annoying after a while.
Also the "HoverBoard" marker is almost invisible on the board as its just a flat piece of metal - the amount of time we spend just hunting for that counter is ridiculous!!
The Cards refer to buying "Plutonium Rods" instead of houses, and "Plutonium Cases" instead of hotels, however the counters are still hotels and houses in the box. Im assuming they just couldn't be bothered to make a new mould at the factory to accommodate this? I can't see any reason why they couldn't have included these counters...
Finally the "Past" and "Future" cards, which take the place of the "Community Chest" and "Chance" cards from Standard Monopoly, are really kind of silly. It's like "time circuits need charging! Collect $50",, eh!? "You knock Biff out, collect $20".. what!?, "Buy an almenac - pay $100"... it's like the game makers are really trying their best to BTTF-ise the game and they didn't spend any time thinking about how to make that make any sense. It seems strained, and frankly quite lazy.
... to be honest, that's kind of how I felt when playing the game... just like the whole experience was lazy and ill considered. All the best bits of this game are present in the original and all the BTTF bits, while nice as a novelty, start looking ridiculous, and clunky.
Nice for SciFi geeks like me and my Mrs, but ultimately a bit of let down - like BTTF pt3 really :D
I love this version of monopoly, I had saved for 4 months for this board, however I am very disappointed that the tokens are broken (Core Hound Pup's foot and Murky's hand). :/
I would recommend anyone that likes WOW and monopoly to purchase however it is hit and miss with the broken tokens. Nothing a bit of glue can't fixed but still a bit gutted.
I guess the only little thing I wish this version had was the image of the pokemon shown on the board actually printed on top of the cards used when buying property/pokemon, just like on the old version (If you get me). But, that's neither here nor there. You're never too old to play the pokemon version of monopoly, I'm 24 and I'll definitely be playing this with a few mates!