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Pokemon Monopoly
(Monopoly Pokémon Edition)

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Editorial Review
For parents who are feeling in the dark about their child's fascination with Pokémon, the Monopoly Pokémon Edition is just the game to turn on their lights. By joining in this game of traditional Monopoly with a Pokémon twist, parents learn firsthand about the characters and stories of Pokémon. Instead of buying property, houses, and hotels, players collect Poké centers or gyms. Buying a space means catching a Pokémon character. Players who catch all the characters of a color earn the badge for that gym. Playing tokens are Pokémon characters. The board looks much like classic Monopoly, but it features a Pokémon map in its center. "Go To Jail" is still where you'd expect it, so some things never change. --Lee Strucker

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Check out the space version of Monopoly!
When you've played enough Monopoly to own all the real estate on planet Earth, switch to the U.S. Space Program Edition and start renting out the solar system! The two games work exactly the same, except that now you'll be picking up Earth and Moon cards, trying to acquire Voyager 1 or Apollo 15 (the latter a bargain at $240), and cruising the board in a lunar rover or a space shuttle. Some weird holdovers from the original game include the jail, the free parking, and the water works--and it would have been a nice touch to exchange the houses (a.k.a. "hangars") for something a bit more lunar. The big question: do they take dollars on the Sea of Tranquility? --Richard Farr

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