In a humorous move of painful self-awareness, a new game emerges as an Amazon exclusive. Introducing Monopoly: The Longest Game Ever. It is available now for $19.99 and you can purchase your own right here, if you’re into self-punishment.
I’m so into the joke here– it’s basically the funniest thing ever to me. I seriously can’t stand Monopoly. It’s tedious and much like that terrible movie Troy starring Brad Pitt, it just doesn’t end no matter how many sets of 45 minutes go by in a row.
But sure– that Monopoly fills an evening! And the folks who bring this game to life (Hasbro at this point, but there have been so many hands in that cookie jar) made sure that Monopoly: The Longest Game Ever was filled to the brim with double the amount of property, as well as tortoise and hare game pieces. Check out the stats below to learn everything you need to know about this board game experience!
Think classic Monopoly takes a long time to play? Say hello to this edition! Featuring tortoise and hare tokens, and the longest Monopoly game board ever with multiple…and multiple (and multiple) properties, this is the longest version of the Monopoly game. A few different features in gameplay help make the game last longer such as no auctions allowed, and players get cash for landing on Free Parking. Run out of money? Just rip the bills in half along the dotted line. So pack a lunch, bring a change of clothes, and get ready to make it through Monopoly The Longest Game Ever!
- KEEP ON PLAYIN’: Think the original Monopoly game takes forever to play? It’s got nothing over this edition of the Monopoly game! Longest…Monopoly game…ever
- LONGER GAMEPLAY: Even bankruptcy won’t get a player out of this Monopoly game! The game doesn’t end until someone owns every single property — and there are 3 versions of each in this board game
- EXTRA LONG GAMEBOARD: Believe us when we say it’s long. It has 66 properties. And there is only one die; no more doubles. So sit back and get ready for a long time to get around the board
- FUN FAMILY GAME: Gather friends and family together to play (and play…and play…) this Monopoly board game. It ends when a player owns 16 streets, 4 railroads, 2 utilities, and all the properties