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Someone at Hasbro apparently thought Monopoly for Millennials was a great ideaSomeone really though a millennial version of Monopoly might be a fun idea. The very bitter people behind the board game known for tearing apart friend groups and getting children written out of wills released an especially cursed version of the game titled Monopoly For Millennials.
Millennials Tell Hasbro Just How Insulting 'Monopoly for Millennials' Really IsHasbro has released a new game, 'Monopoly for Millennials,' which is infuriating the very demographic it is supposedly trying to entertain.
Why 'Monopoly For Millennials' Is Being Savaged By TwitterFor many of us, Monopoly is a board game synonymous with childhood holidays. Stuffed full of Christmas lunch, games could drag on for hours, with one family member always seeming to sneak a few notes from the banker on the sly. If this player was you, own it - we won't judge.
Hasbro's new 'Monopoly for Millennials' ignores economic realities and also is not funnyMonopoly - the Hasbro version, not the concept - is a fun board game about capitalism. You and some number of your most patient friends take turns rolling dice for the opportunity to buy and trade fictional properties, and then "develop" those properties with "houses" and "hotels," with the ultimate goal of driving everyone else into bankruptcy.
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