The Walking Dead Monopoly

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Breaking Bad may have wrapped up earlier in the year, but we still have plenty of Walking Dead to look forward to. Our second favorite show on AMC finally gets a gift we already knew was coming – an official Walking Dead Monopoly set.

That’s right. After seeing all of the prototype boards over the years, Hasbro has finally decided to release an officially licensed version. While the rules are pretty much the same in this zombie version of the popular game we all know and love, players will now play for resources that will save your life, as oppose to making you rich in the standard version. There are six different collectible tokens to choose from including Michonne’s katana, Rick’s Hat, RV, Lucille (bat), a bucket of body parts, and a telephone symbolizing Rick’s meltdown during season 3 of the show. [Purchase]

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