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Star Trek Monopoly

posted by Nell Minow

Space may be the final frontier, but the newest MONOPOLY collector’s edition boldly goes where no one has gone before. Star Trek fans will get a chance to travel through the Star Trek Continuum and explore generations of Starfleet history. Instead of Boardwalk and Park Place, players will buy, sell and trade memorable Star Trek locations from founding Federation home worlds such as Andoria and Vulcan to other memorable worlds including Bajor, Cardassia Prime and the New Founders’ Homeworld. This quest enables all fans to experience the historic adventures of their favorite captains as they travel around the Galaxy exploring the worlds of Star Trek. Players can take a voyage around the board as one of six collectible pewter tokens including a Vulcan Harp, a Phaser, a Communicator, a Klingon Blood Wine Goblet, a Shuttlecraft, and the Captain’s Chair.

  • jestrfyl

    It’s a good thing Fathers’ Day is coming. I can add this to my list. I have about a dozen different Monopoly boards (and almost a dozen standard Monopoly gmaes from different editions), and this wil fit well with the collection. I wonder if we can beam from Sta Trek to the Star Wars board!

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