Star Trek Klingon Monopoly is back exclusively from ThinkGeek, and TrekMovie is giving away three board games.
Star Trek Klingon Monopoly has been a big hit with collectors since its debut in November 2011, and ThinkGeek, who sell the board game exclusively, have recently brought it back to their store. Battle for control of the galaxy by claiming properties (alien worlds featured in various incarnations of Star Trek) for the glory of the Klingon Empire.
Star Trek Klingon Monopoly sells for $39.99 at ThinkGeek
Play as one of six Klingon artifacts in the style of classic pewter Monopoly pieces: a bat’leth, a Klingon Bird-of-Prey, a captain’s chair from a Klingon bridge, a D’k tahg, a Klingon disruptor, and the High Court gavel used by Klingon magistrates. And, place outposts (houses and hotels) on the worlds you conquer to gain a stronger foothold.
More about Star Trek Klingon Monopoly:
- Bilingual components in both Klingon and English
- Familiar, traditional Monopoly game play
- For 2-6 players
- Ages 8+
- Play time: 60-180 minutes
- Mechanic: Auction/bidding, player elimination, roll / spin and move, set collection, stock holding, trading
- 6 Custom Tokens: Bat’leth, Bird-of-Prey, Captain’s Chair, D’k Tahg, Disruptor, and High Court Gavel
- Custom game board featuring planets and territories in the Star Trek Universe
- Houses are renamed Outposts and Hotels renamed Capitals
- Community Chest and Chance cards are renamed Honor and Combat
- Custom Klingon Forces (money)
- 2 dice
How to Win
TrekMovie has teamed up with ThinkGeek to giveaway Star Trek Klingon Monopoly to three lucky winners. To enter is easy: first make sure you like our facebook page TrekMovie.com (so we can contact you if you win!), and then comment on our facebook post about this giveaway telling us why you want to play Monopoly like a Klingon. TrekMovie staff will pick three winners starting Tuesday, May 16th.
Note: We are only able to ship to the US and Canada at this time, so please only enter if you have a shipping address in one of those countries.
Can’t wait to see if you’re a winner? Head straight to ThinkGeek and buy one for yourself!