|Release date||1 November 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 year and up|
|Item Model Number||E8760000|
|Product Dimensions||4.14 x 40.01 x 26.67 cm; 300 Grams|
Monopoly Unicorns Vs. Llamas Board Game for Ages 8 & Up (Amazon Exclusive)
|Price:||+ $15.67 Delivery|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||41 x 400 x 267 millimetres|
|Cautionary statement||Choking Hazard - Small Parts, No Warning Applicable|
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Monopoly Unicorns vs. Llamas Game
Inspired by the lively rivalry between llamas and the mythical unicorn, the Monopoly Unicorns vs. Llamas game can be a fun game for animal lovers everywhere. This edition of the Monopoly board game is designed to be played in teams. Join Team Unicorn or Team Llama and move around the board to claim titles such Most Colorful, Twinkliest Eyes, Most Charming, and Sweetest. The game ends when all titles have been claimed and the team with the most titles wins. The winners can say that their adorable beast is the best!
GAME ABOUT ADORABLE ANIMALS
In this awesome animal Monopoly game, unicorns and llamas faceoff to see which adorable beast is best
This Monopoly board game for kids ages 8 and up is designed to be played in teams; choose to play on Team Unicorn or Team Llama; Mark territories with rainbow or candy cardboard title markers
Instead of buying properties like in the classic Monopoly board game, in the Monopoly Unicorn vs. Llamas game teams claim titles for their fuzzy friends such as Most Huggable or Cutest Babies
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Players form even teams and go around the board claiming free tiles, stealing them from other players, or locking them down by cementing control. Team members share money and properties. The game ends once all properties have been claimed and one team has the majority.
The game itself goes pretty quickly with properties bouncing back and forth and having spaces that take a player to the nearest unclaimed spot. As players share resources, discussing strategy is important as to stop overextension (as running out of money can start a brutal chain reaction). Out first game stayed rather even to the end, with it ending with a score of 9-7, a llama victory.
Where the game really fails is organization. The components include character pieces, dice, a property deck, 2 chance decks, a set of control tokens for each team, and some money (in two denominations, $100 and $500). To hold all this, you're given a basic bankers try for the standard monopoly game. This means besides the money, which only needs two of the slots, nothing fits right. And to further top it off, you can't keep it in the tray as the box is too short to allow the cards to remain upright in the slots, forcing a person to either throw everything together (either in the tray or loose in the box) or have a box that is unable to be closed all the way.