Legend of Zelda Themed Monopoly Coming September 15th


According to IGN, the Legend of Zelda-Themed Monopoly set first revealed to the public at American International Toyfair in February will be released on September 15th.

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Like many themed Monopoly sets, the Zelda version will feature the traditional trappings of the classic property trading games replaced with items and figures from the Zelda universe. Dollars will be replaced by rupees, the player tokens with a Bow, Hookshot, Boomerang, Triforce, Hylian Shield and the Ocarina of Time- the last of which is exclusive to copies of the boardgame purchased at Gamestop- and the houses and hotels replaced with Deku Sprouts and Deku Trees respectively. Similarly, the Chance Cards are known as Empty Bottle and Community Chest as Treasure Chest.

Those who pre-order the board game through Gamestop will receive a lithograph depicting the world of Hyrule in a special case and six additional item cards: the Goddess, Wind Walker, Minish Cap, Spirit Flute, Phantom Hourglass and Ocarina of Time, to shake up gameplay.

Produced by USAopoly, who has also recently announced a Pokemon Monopoly set based on the Kanto Region (the setting for the first generation of Pokemon games) will also arrive next month, the Zelda Monopoly set is currently set for a September 15th release. Fans can pre-order the game from Gamestops website here.

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Source: IGN

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