There are six special tokens that you can choose to play from. You can assume the role of a reindeer, a roast turkey, a snowman, or Santa himself.
Christmas is the best time of the year, and it's also everyone's favorite holiday. But, when we think of holidays, we always picture the whole family by the fireplace, sipping on hot cocoa while playing board games as a family. The iconic board game Monopoly has come out with a Christmas edition. While it has come out with several variations of this game year after year, however, it's this limited Christmas edition that definitely takes the cake!
Now, the Christmas special edition has a lot of new features to look forward to. There are six special tokens that you can choose to play from. You can assume the role of a reindeer, a roast turkey, a snowman, or Santa himself, among others, according to Cosmopolitan. As you go ahead with the game, you get to experience the festive parts of Christmas, including decorating a Christmas tree on your way and shopping for gifts for everyone. What's more, you can go to a Christmas party! If this doesn't convince you to get one of these right now, I doubt anything will.
Of course, there will be the usual property dealings involved in this festive board game, after all, it's Monopoly! You can now get your hands on your very own Monopoly: Christmas Edition by spending £29.85 ($36.67 approx). Sure, the price may be a bit steep, but think of all the great times you'll have with your family during the holiday season.
Even when Christmas's done, you can always bring the game out to get into the holiday spirit. People who have bought it have very good things to say about it. One user wrote: We love Monopoly. So to find a Christmas one to play on Christmas day was awesome. The family loved it. Another added: Such a festively fun take on the classic, very happy with this, great game to pull out at xmas. A third added: Good for the holiday season. Pity the game is limited to six players. Okay, now that most of us are cooped at home because of the Coronavirus outbreak, and the world is filled with anxiety and dread, we could all do with some cheering up, and this looks like it would, wouldn't you agree?