Disney Villains Seize Classic Monopoly in an Epic New Board Game

September 22, 2020

Monopoly fans–watch out as the Disney Villains have successfully taken over the classic board game in an all-new evil and sinister edition. This new game, which was just released, allows players to play as as their favorite Disney villains and we’ve never been more excited to be wicked!

Play as Cruella, Jafar, Scar, Evil Queen, Maleficent, or Hook–all of which, feature their own special abilities depicted on power cards players get while playing the game. The game also includes Poison Apple Cards, which allow players to steal coins and properties from their opponents and place free Thickets.

Disney Villains Monopoly
Credit: Hasbro

Another special offering from the villainous game are Villain Contracts, which allow players to hire the most famous Disney villains and they can buy and sell these contracts in addition to just locations. When players pass go they can put the Flames of Power ring on their token and use their special ability shown on their character’s Power card.

Similar to the classic board game, the last player with money when all other players have gone bankrupt wins! The game is meant for players aged 8 and up.

Disney Villains Monopoly
Credit: Hasbro

The game is fairly new. However, it already has a glowing review from one of its recent players: “Amazing! I am so excited about this game. It has a 45-minute play time and is very simple to play. It has a lot of differences from the regular game and looks a lot more fun. I collect monopoly games and this may be my favorite!..,” said Kristina on Amazon.

This edition of the game is only one of several re-themed versions of the classic board game under other Disney properties. Other Disney versions of the board game include a Star Wars edition, Avengers, Disney World Theme Park, Disney Animation, Toy Story and a few others!

To purchase the game, click here!

Will you be purchasing this Disney Villain-themed Monopoly? Let us know in the comments! 

Sean Sposato

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