GOTTA CATCH 'EM ALL! - Join Pikachu and friends on a monopolizing adventure. In MONOPOLY Pokémon: Johto Edition, you'll set forth on a Pokémon-themed quest to own it all with your favorite characters like Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Pikachu, Pichu, Togepi, and more!
PERFECT FOR POKÉMON LOVERS - This beloved board game has been transformed into the Pokémon region of Johto. Traditional houses and hotels are transformed into Poké Marts and Pokémon Centers, while Poké, Great, Ultra, and Master Balls have replaced the traditional railroad spaces, and there are other exciting changes as well!
COMES WITH COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS - Gameplay isn't complicated, but don't worry! Each Pokémon: Johto Edition comes with complete instructions, which explain the original game as well as the differences for Pokémon: Johto Edition.
ALSO INCLUDES SPEED RULES - Do you like to play fast? MONOPOLY Pokémon: Johto Edition has rules for a short (60-90) minute game, which is perfect for playing with friends and family when you don't have time for a true marathon.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - Package includes (1) MONOPOLY Pokémon: Johto Edition. Includes Game Board, 6 Custom Tokens, 28 Title Deeds, 16 Professor Elm Cards, 16 Trainer Battle Cards, Pokémon Money, 32 Poké Marts, 12 Pokémon Centers, 2 Dice. For ages 8+
An actual photo of the Metaknight nendoroid! https://t.co/MfX6JmzhoI— Queen Kirby Pupupu (@NintendoTweet) July 24, 2016
Metaknight nendoroid heads on! https://t.co/qiXt6Sv6Uh— Queen Kirby Pupupu (@NintendoTweet) July 24, 2016
FIRST LOOK AT THE METAKNIGHT NENDOROID 😍😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/7qGGmWfEXZ— Queen Kirby Pupupu (@NintendoTweet) July 24, 2016
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