In this Monopoly board game, players can enjoy island life and immerse themselves in the colourful and creative world of Animal Crossing New Horizons. Instead of buying properties and paying rent, players collect bugs, fish, fossils and fruit. They can also stop at Nook’s Cranny and cash in Bells to buy decorations. Decorations are worth Nook Miles and the player with the most Nook Miles wins the game. Monopoly: Animal Crossing New Horizons board gamemakes a fun indoor activity for children.
Monopoly Game Meets Animal Crossing: This Twist on classic monopoly gameplay features artwork, characters and themes inspired by Nintendo’s animal crossing new horizons.
Fun Game For Children: In this edition of the monopoly game, children visit islands, collect resources such as bugs, fish, fossils and fruit. They then sell island resources for bells, buy decorations and earn nook miles to win.
Monopoly Pieces: Move around the board as one of four animal crossing new horizons inspired pieces. Besides the numbered die, there’s a nook’s cranny die that determines what type of resources can be sold.
Skill Cards: After the first trip around the monopoly gameboard, players can choose a skill card with an ability they can use throughout the rest of the game.
Contents: Includes: gameboard, 4 character pieces, 4 Skill cards, 35 Decoration cards, 14 Chance cards, 14 Nook Miles cards, 160 Resource chips, 40 Five-Bell coins, 54 Bell coins, 40 Player markers, 1 numbered die, 1 Nook’s Cranny die, label sheet and game rules.
Monopoly DPD was a limited edition release which was distributed to DPD employees as a gift for Christmas 2021. The co-ordination of this edition was managed by Birch Print. They claimed to have dispatched this edition to over 23,000 people in the DPD network from a total of 154 pallets.
Houses have been renamed Urban Depots and Hotels have been renamed Regional Hubs.
The reverse of the Box states:
Welcome to the DPD edition of MONOPOLY! We’ve teamed up with the lovely people at Hasbro to bring you a unique DPD version of this iconic board game. It comes with a massive thank you from your Senior Management Team for everything you’ve done this year to provide an awesome delivery service to our customers.
We hope you’ll find this DPD game as amazing as you are and will enjoy playing with family and friends. Wherever you travel, the game is a great reminder of how big and successful we’ve become in the UK, thanks to the amazing DNA that you show every day. So, select your DPD token and take a tour of our depots, hubs and offices as you build your empire to be crowned the ultimate DPD MONOPOLY winner.
2022 – Trivial Pursuit
After the success of the 2021 Monopoly DPD. Employees of the delivery company received another board game as a gift for Christmas 2022 – DPD Trivial Pursuit.
The game was once again organised by Birch Print – who suggest there will be a 2023 DPD board game… The quantity produced is ~15,000.
When families and friends get together, there’s no better excuse for getting out Trivial Pursuit! This special edition will ‘deliver’ hours of fun-packed quizzing, including 300 DPD-specific questions, so if you work for DPD, you’re at a definite advantage. There are plenty of other categories to ensure everyone can put their knowledge to the test, so what are you waiting for? Complete your wedge of every colour, including DPD red, and win the game!
Players suggest words that follow a specific criteria (exclamation, verb, adjective etc). These words are then inserted into a Monopoly themed short story which is then read aloud. Example shown below. This book is in the Mad Libs series.
The puzzle consists of over 750 foam pieces which come together to form a board and other accessories such as a banker’s tray and jail cell. Also included is a complete set of Monopoly pieces. Once constructed, a fully working USA Monopoly set is formed.
The game has some slight differences compared with traditional Monopoly. There are 4 fewer spaces and only hotels are used. In addition, there are ‘fake’ money notes and Chance Cards.
When money is traded hands, any player can ‘inspect’ one note from the transaction (any player can inspect twice per lap of the board). If the note is fake, the inspector keeps the note and adds it to their reserves. If it real, play continues. Chance Cards can also be inspected in the same way – except the reward is £100.
The game ends when all properties have been purchased, the player with the most cash (real or fake) wins the game.
Each player is dealt five cards at the beginning of the game. Any player which did not receive any money has to discard their hand and draw five new cards.
During each round, a new player becomes the auction host (rotating to the left). Every player draws a cards, then the auction host may play any Action cards from their hand – the action of which can be cancelled out by other players using a Nope! card.
The Host then flips the top property card from the property pile. Each player choose their bid (or whether they will bid). On the count of three, everyone reveals their bid – the highest bid wins the property. In the event of a tie, the auction is held again.
Then the next person takes over as Auction host. The game ends once a player has collected three property sets. That player is declared the winner.
The game does not contain all the pieces required to play. A small drawer contains tokens.
Keychain Games (2021)
Properties (in order): Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Luxembourg, Austria, Germany, Malta, Switzerland, Italy, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Russia, Haiti, Canada, France, Argentina, Mexico, Spain, England and USA.
These are fully playable games. Red has properties labelled by flags, Gold has properties labelled by geographical outline.
Red has a traditional theme for pieces, whereas Gold has a grey/black/gold theme.
Hasbro has released many other games in the Keychain Games series.
2021 – New Design
Keychain Games Super Pack (2022)
Contains the Red Monopoly Keychain Game along with four other Hasbro Keychain Games (Connect 4, Guess Who?, Cluedo and Operation)