Monopoly Top Gun
Since its release, Top Gun has captured the American imagination with an action-packed self-portrait of who we want to be – a rock ‘n’ roll spirit in a white T-shirt, Levi’s and a aviator jacket taking to the skies to fulfill our destiny. It’s the movie that gave us THAT volleyball scene. It also spawned a generation of true military fighter pilots and a legion of aspiring pilots who never entered a cockpit but were determined to look as cool as Maverick in Aviators. Perhaps most importantly, it taught us what it means to be a true wingman. Relive the magic of 1986’s highest-grossing film with this officially licensed edition of MONOPOLY: Top Gun. Buy fighter pilots, planes, hangars and military barracks and bankrupt your opponents as you fight for total control of the board. So grab your Aviators and prepare once again to take your breath away.
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.