Following recent fan photos, we now bring you the official announcement. The officially licensed Animal Crossing: New Horizons Monopoly has been confirmed with details and images after being listed on the Entertainment Earth shop.
The information includes details on gameplay mechanics and more. Here are its features:
- From console to tabletop!
- Animal Crossing Monopoly offers new ways to collect and build worlds.
- Based on the colourful and creative world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
- Custom gameplay, game board, villager tokens, cards… and berries!
- Watch your island grow into something amazing!
And here’s the description:
Hello, player! It’s time to take a break from the console and share your love of Animal Crossing: New Horizons with your family and friends gathered around this fun and exciting Animal Crossing Edition Monopoly game. Customised for Nintendo’s super-popular game, it brings villager tokens and new ways to play, with world collecting, world building and, of course… berries. Roll the special die to see what surprises await under each Animal Crossing-themed card. There’s also a Mini Nook die that determines what kind of resources can be sold. Play and watch your island grow into something amazing! 2 to 4 players. Ages 8 and up.
In this Animal Crossing Edition Monopoly game, kids and adults can enjoy island life and immerse themselves in the colourful and creative world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. After your first trip around the board, you choose an Ability card with a skill that you can use throughout the game. Moving around the board with custom tiles inspired by the video game, you complete tasks on the island and meet other characters. Instead of buying property and paying rent, collect insects, fish, fossils and fruit. You can also stop by Mini Nook and collect berries to buy decorations – these decorations are worth Nook Miles, and the player with the most Nook Miles wins the game!
Includes game board, 4 character tokens, 4 skill cards, 35 decoration cards, 14 opportunity cards, 14 Nook Miles cards, 160 resource tokens, 40 five-berry coins, 54 berry coins, 40 player markers, one numbered die, one Mini Nook die, one sticker sheet and the game rules.
We also leave you with the first official images: