Hooray, Miffy turned 65 this year! To celebrate this special anniversary, Monopoly is introducing a special Miffy edition. The recognizable adventures of Miffy and the apparent simplicity of Dick Bruna’s illustrations have remained unabated for the past 65 years. Several generations have grown up with the work of Dick Bruna and the same applies to the game Monopoly. That’s why it’s extra nice that this well-known game is now available with the iconic illustrations by Dick Bruna. Buy the house of Miffy or Boris Bear or invest in a palace, airplane or art. Play Miffy Monopoly with family and friends, learned young is old done!
Note: the rules are the same as with the classic Monopoly game, so not suitable for the youngest Miffy fans.
The game monopoly is one of the best-selling board games in the world.It is available in 26 languages. Since 1935, the year the game was released by Parker Brothers, more than 200 million copies have been sold. Special editions are also regularly published.
The object of the game is to build a monopoly, which players can do by buying up as many streets as possible. Any player who resides on a street must pay rent to the owner of that street. The streets are grouped into groups (color groups) of three (or two) streets. In many foreign versions they are streets in the capital of the country, but often they are also streets in different cities, which makes the group division more logical.