Those of us who are hooked on Disney have been struggling now that the parks are closed due to the coronavirus. Even those who are unable to go there all of the time may have had to cancel trips that they have been planning for quite some time. Fortunately, there are some ways to enjoy the parks without visiting and one of those ways is a game of Monopoly that is themed after Disneyland and Disney World.
You can purchase the Disney version of the Monopoly board game on the Shop Disney Website. It’s going to cost $49.99 for the game, but the fact that it is such an awesome tribute to our favorite theme park makes it well worth the price.
The product description reads: “Combine the world’s most popular theme parks with the world’s most popular board game and you’ll have the world’s most fun! This edition features exciting new properties, your favorite attractions, Disney character tokens, and a pop-up Disney castle.” Some of the stops on the board game include Sleeping Beauty Castle, Space Mountain, Disney Skyliner, and The Haunted Mansion.
The centerpiece is the FantasyLand Castle that pops up and there are Toontown Houses and Castles instead of the regular houses and hotels. Instead of Community Chest and Chance, you have Magic and Fantasy Cards. Even the game tokens are different, including mouse ears, Cinderella’s glass slipper, and others.
Now that we have been in quarantine for a few weeks, a new board game like this is exactly what we need. It has to be less frustrating than watching the same thing over and over on Netflix or putting together yet another puzzle. If you had to cancel a Disney trip, this may just make up for it and help your kids to be happy about the possibility of visiting someday.
This isn’t the only Disney related board game available. Even though it won’t be available till September, you can already preorder the Baby Yoda Monopoly board game.
In the Baby Yoda boardgame, it shows him eating a frog, using the force, drinking a cup of broth, and sitting in his floating bassinet. It’s as cute as you would think!SKM: below-content placeholder