Harsh. Definitely harsh. But also kind of funny.
“If millennials were hoping jokes about their age group would fade, a new Hasbro game isn’t offering much relief.
“”Monopoly for Millennials” — the recently released version of the classic board game — centers around the often-mocked generation of people born between 1981 and 1996.
“The cover features “Monopoly” icon Rich Uncle Pennybags with a cup of coffee, earbuds and a medal labeled “participation.” The tagline on the cover reads: “Forget real estate. You can’t afford it anyway.”
“But plenty of people seem able to handle the price of the game. It sells for $19.82, and Walmart’s website currently lists the product as “out of stock.”
“Though the board features the traditional “Go To Jail” space, there is a major difference in this version of the classic game: Instead of collecting money, players will be collecting experiences as they traverse the board. These experiences include “Parents’ Basement,” “Thrift Shop” and “Farmers’ Market.””
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