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Category: Here & Now

Monopoly Here & Now World Edition (2015)

The World Edition variant is unlike other Here & Now products; to win, one must fill up their ‘passport’ with stamps. Stamps are this edition’s title deeds and the more expensive the property the larger the stamp.

The properties are holiday destinations ranging from Madrid to Hong Kong or Lima; these were decided by players in a Buzzfeed poll.

In addition, like other quick versions of Monopoly, the Sneaky Swapper returns. Rolling one of these allows you to swap your most recently bought property for another player’s stamp.

New Tokens (2015)

New colours for Chance and Here & Now cards. Board with a new lighter blue design. Four new tokens.

Monopoly Here & Now – International

Australian Here & Now (2007)

Deutschland (2007)

All Ireland (2007)

Special Irish Edition (2006)

UK Edition (2007)

New Zealand (2007)

Siin ja Praegu (Estonia) (2007)

Here & Now – America has Voted (2006)

Edición Electrónica (2006) [ES]

Et si Monopoly était inventé aujourd’hui ? (2006) [FR]

Monopoly Here & Now

Monopoly Here & Now was released just over 70 years since the first official Monopoly was sold. Monopoly Here & Now looks at how a board may look now if the game was invented in the 21st Century. All properties have been changed, picked via an online poll. Prices have been multiplied by 10,000 to represent inflation and the rising house prices. Moreover, a new selection of eight tokens were created for these editions.

  • Limited Edition (Original) (2006)
  • Electronic Banking (2006)

Cash has been replaced by an Electronic Banking Unit.

  • Here & Now Electronic Banking Tin (2006)
  • The World Edition (2008)

Also uses an Electronic Banking Unit.