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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Orlando Monopoly

Posted By on Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 2:27 PM

 

We made it. It's not all about the Mouse ears that puts us on the map - we now have a "true" Orlando Edition of Monopoly. Not that crummy, fanny pack version made in the late 1990's, this one is created for the local.

This unauthorized game calls out joints like Stardust Coffee and 4Rivers. It even quips about our homelessness issue: Feed the Homeless at Lake Eola Pay Fine of $15. It also cracks at UCF's textbook prices, opening a second Beefy King, and Bikkuri Sushi. The only authentic element missing from this game, the real price of rent on Park Avenue. Get a close up of the entire game here. The game's rendition was created by reddit user, atr0p1s.      

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