The Lion King
(Worldwide)


As far as Monopoly editions go, this is a pretty nice addition for any diehard Disney fan for its attention to detail in the quotes and artwork used throughout the game and its finally crafted tokens.

From the moment you open the box, it feels like you're reliving the opening moments from the 1994 movie.

While you can buy a few landmarks from the Disney animated feature like Pride Rock, The Lion King edition of Monopoly focuses more on reliving Simba's journey to becoming King of the Pride Lands.

The properties for purchase are a mixture of moments and locations from "The Lion King." There's the Elephant Graveyard Simba and Nala sneak inside to concepts like "The Circle of Life" and "Remember Who You Are."

Mufasa, Scar, Simba, and his friends, Nala, Timon, and Pumbaa are the six tokens that will come with the board game. These are finally crafted, weighted tokens. Each one has its own unique place to go back inside the box.

All of the artwork seen on cards and on the board is conceptual and developmental art straight from the Disney Animation Library. The "Lion King" edition doesn't come with Chance and Community Chest cards. Instead, both are replaced by 32 Destiny cards. If you're a big fan of the animated movie, each Destiny card recalls a scene from the film and will probably make you a bit nostalgic for the classic. For example, a card with Scar's line "Life's Not Fair, Is It?" requires players to pay 50 Monopoly dollars to the banker.

Hotels and houses are replaced by plastic beetles and grubs and the railroads consist of four animal herds: the Rhino, Elephant, Antelope, and Wildebeest. And instead of the two utility spaces, players can land on "Advisor" properties with Rafiki or Zazu on them. The properties are the same in nature.


It comes with a mini version of Pride Rock that plays music from the movie.

The coolest addition to the "Lion King" edition is a compact rendition of Pride Rock, which holds the game's Destiny cards. When you press a button on the miniature, it plays the opening seconds of "The Circle of Life," which mean "Here comes a lion, father" in Zulu.


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Year: 2019 - Code: E6707












Utilities


Advisor


Advisor

Community Chest / Chance


Destiny


Destiny