Monopoly Gets a Miami-Inspired Makeover

Kirstin Fawcett
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Monopoly is no stranger to makeovers. Fans of the classic game can play a Game of Thrones-inspired version, an edition that replaces paper money with debit cards, and a special 80th anniversary "World Edition" featuring major global cities on its board, among other editions. Now, Gizmodo reports, Winning Solutions—a game manufacturer that sells unique twists on Hasbro brands like Scrabble, Clue, Yahtzee, and more—has collaborated with famed pop artist Romero Britto to give the rec room staple a colorful, Florida-inspired facelift.

Unlike most of its predecessors, Monopoly Miami Edition isn’t made from cardboard. The oversized game board is framed inside a 2-inch wooden-and-glass cabinet, and its surface is decorated with custom art, foil, and glitter. Each limited-edition version is numbered and signed by Britto, and comes with equally vibrant title deed cards, chance and community chest cards, money, and tokens.

Monopoly Miami Edition costs $499—a steep price to pay for a game, but a relatively small one for a piece of art. Visit Winning Solution’s website for more information, or view some pictures below.

[h/t Gizmodo]

Images courtesy of Winning Solutions.

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