Monopoly - Star Trek Continuum Edition £16.19 delivered with code MERCH10 @ Zavvi
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Monopoly - Star Trek Continuum Edition £16.19 delivered with code MERCH10 @ Zavvi

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Found 28th Jan
Cheapest I've seen this, fab price for any Star Trek fans and outside of this group this seems to be £23+

The classic board game Monopoly has been given the Trekkie treatment in this Star Trek-themed edition of the game. Monopoly Star Trek Continuum boldly goes where no other version has gone before, and covers the entire spectrum of the Star Trek universe and five television series: The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise.

The design is littered with references and iconography of the popular sci-fi franchise starting with the box, which features the original starship Enterprise. The familiar Monopoly board with properties arranged in order of value using the traditional colour-coded method remains, while property names have been replaced with various alien races, Star Trek planets and famous locations that fans of the show will recognise and appreciate.
Small yet important touches, like arranging the five captains in historical order in the middle of the board shows meticulous attention to detail to accurately represent the Star Trek canon. The six, pewter playing pieces recreate memorable items from the TV series, including: Captain Kirk’s command chair and the 23rd century communicator. Houses and hotels have been renamed starships and fleets, and coloured black and silver respectively, instead of green and red.

The premise of the game remains the same, and can be enjoyed by Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike.
Features:
  • Star Trek-themed version of Monopoly, the Continuum Edition.
  • Covers the entire Star Trek franchise and five TV series.
  • Standard Monopoly with the same rules, but “Trekified” in design.
  • Properties and utilities represent various Star Trek planets, alien races and starships.
  • The game is a blend of familiar Monopoly and Star Trek iconography and references.
Contents:
  • Board designed with the five captains arranged in historical order.
  • Six playing pieces: Captain Kirk's command chair, a 23rd century

    Starfleet communicator, a Klingon bloodwine goblet, the Galileo

    shuttlecraft, a Vulcan lute and the 2290s version of the type 2 phaser.
  • Gold-pressed latinum money.
  • Black and silver coloured starships and fleets in place of houses and hotels.
  • Chance and Community Chest cards are replaced with "Sensor Readings" and "Subspace Transmission" cards.
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Hint: if you play as Worf you will never come 2nd in the beauty contest.
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Hint: if you play as Worf you will never come 2nd in the beauty contest.
Great find @andywedge not my thing but a great gift for my grandad. Thanks
BFCsider32 m ago

Great find @andywedge not my thing but a great gift for my grandad. Thanks



I resent that comment.
MadeDixonsCry3 m ago

I resent that comment.


I resent the way he tries to force my kids to watch it. His face when he finally gives up and has to cbbees on is priceless
Played this the other days, nice board, my only compaint was that the names on the properties are really really small so you are always asking what they are rather than like to original board where you can see them with no issues, oh and no ship tokens apart from a shuttle, i mean come on.

But still a fun board.
...and it doesn't say "Go to the brig"
Star Trek is the best science fiction ever. Better than DW.

Yes, I watch Discovery and The Orville.

Tempted but I haven't play Monoply in years.
Edited by: "Gort1951" 29th Jan
Nice. I bought Klingon Monopoly and got it signed by Michael Dorn at a con a couple of years back. Might need to add this to my collection
Gort19519 h, 36 m ago

Star Trek is the best science fiction ever. Better than DW.Yes, I watch …Star Trek is the best science fiction ever. Better than DW.Yes, I watch Discovery and The Orville.Tempted but I haven't play Monoply in years.


No way is it better than Dr Who. Better than Star Wars though! I might get this version.
DW is still mainly a children's program or family viewing as the bbc put it, especially the xmas specials.

I still preview the original DW episodes with Tom Baker the best.

Now it's just the Doctor running around and pointing his sonic screwdriver at everything.
Plot holes and silliness.

There has been some good companions and they get rid of them.
Then you get the hanging out of the Tardis and always expecting the Doctor the save her companions.

Changing the Master and DW to female is just not right.

They should do a spin-off of the Victorian detectives that appeared a few times.
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