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Box for the 2010 version of Monopoly

Nintendo Monopoly is a board game which is a variation of Monopoly but features Nintendo characters such as Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Link, Samus Aran, Kirby, and various others. The first edition was released in July 2006.

In the game, Nintendo characters are used as properties. Super Mushrooms (referred to as "Power-Ups" in-game) are used in place of houses, whereas Stars ("Invincibilities") take the place of hotels.

In 2010, a revised edition of the game was released. Although the core game is relatively unchanged in this update, several artistic tweaks were made. The artwork was revised, and the board no longer includes a collage of screenshots. Rather, a lineup of characters is displayed across the board instead. Several spaces on the board were also changed; most notably, the light blue Star Fox properties were replaced with characters from the Animal Crossing series.


Classic Monopoly 2006 version 2010 version
Mediterranean Avenue/Old Kent Road Waluigi
Baltic Avenue/Whitechapel Road Wario
Reading Railroad/King's Cross station Mario Kart
Oriental Avenue/The Angel Islington Slippy Toad Rosie the Cat
Vermont Avenue/Euston Road Falco Lombardi K.K. Slider
Connecticut Avenue/Pentonville Road Fox McCloud Tom Nook
St. Charles Place/Pall Mall Meta Knight
Electric Company Piranha Plant
States Avenue/Whitehall King Dedede
Virginia Avenue/Northumberland Avenue Kirby
Pennsylvania Railroad/Marylebone station Blue Falcon Gunship
St. James Place/Bow Street Metroid Morph Ball
Tennessee Avenue/Marlborough Street Ridley
New York Avenue/Vine Street Samus Aran
Kentucky Avenue/Strand Toad
Indiana Avenue/Fleet Street Princess Peach
Illinois Avenue/Trafalgar Square Yoshi
B&O Railroad/Fenchurch Street station Warp Star Pikmin Oninion
Atlantic Avenue/Leicester Square Dixie Kong
Ventnor Avenue/Coventry Street Diddy Kong
Water Works Warp Pipe
Marvin Gardens/Piccadilly Donkey Kong
Pacific Avenue/Regent Street Ganondorf Midna
North Carolina Avenue/Oxford Street Princess Zelda
Pennsylvania Avenue/Bond Street Link
Short Line/Liverpool Street station Arwing Epona
Park Place/Park Lane Luigi
Boardwalk/Mayfair Mario
Community Chest Coin Block
Chance ? Block
Income Tax 1-Up Mushroom
Luxury Tax/Super Tax Treasure Chest Deposit Treasure Chest Deposit

The four corner spaces, GO, In Jail/Just Visiting, Free Parking, and Go to Jail, are unchanged from the original Monopoly game.


Clockwise from top left: Link's Iron Boots, a DK Barrel, the Hylian shield, Mario's Cap, an NES controller, and a Koopa shell
Clockwise from top left: Samus' Helmet, a Mushroom, the S.S. Dolphin, a Gyroid, the Master Sword, and a Star
2006 version 2010 version
Mario's Cap Mushroom
Koopa Shell Star
DK Barrel Gyroid
Iron Boots Master Sword
Hylian Shield Samus' Helmet
NES Controller S.S. Dolphin

Coin Block (Community Chest) Cards[edit]

Community Chest Card in original Monopoly Coin Block Card (2006) Coin Block Card (2010)
Advance to Go (Collect $200) Use the Warp Whistle - Advance to Go (Collect $200) Use the Pipe - Advance to Go (Collect $200)
Bank error in your favor - Collect $200
Doctor's fee - Pay $50 Purchase a Wing Cap - Pay $50
From sale of stock you get $45/$50 Player's Choice Award - You get $45 Player's Choice Award - Collect $50
Get out of Jail free
Go to Jail – Go directly to Jail, do not pass Go, do not collect $200
Grand opera night – Collect $50 from every player for opening night seats/It's your birthday! Collect $10 from every player Organize a Mario Party - Collect $50 from every player Organize a Mario Party - Collect $10 from every player
Holiday fund matures - Collect $100 Win tennis tournament - Collect $100
Income Tax refund - Collect $20 Hit top of flagpole - Collect $20
Life insurances matures - Collect $100 Win golf tournament - Collect $100
Pay hospital fee of $100 dollars Buy a new suit - Pay $100
Pay school tax of $150 Renew kart license - Pay $150 Renew kart license - Pay $50
Receive for services $25 Receive for medical services $25 For medical services - Collect $25
You are assessed for street repairs – $40 per house, $115 per hotel Lose boss battle - Pay $40 per Power-Up/$115 per Invincibility New downloadable content is available - For each power-up pay $40, for each invincibility pay $115
You have won second prize in a beauty contest - Collect $10 Voted Most Popular Plumber - Collect $10
You inherit $100 Inherit a castle - Collect $100

? Block (Chance) Cards[edit]

Chance Card in original Monopoly ? Block Card (2006) ? Block Card (2010)
Advance to Go (Collect $200) Jump into a Warp Pipe - Advance to Go (Collect $200) Jump into a pipe - Advance to Go (Collect $200)
Advance to Illinois Ave I'm sorry, but your princess is in another castle - Advance to Yoshi
Advance Token to nearest Utility Advance Token to Piranha Plant or Warp Pipe, whichever is nearest
Advance token to the nearest Railroad and pay owner twice the rental to which they are otherwise entitled Advance token to the nearest Vehicle and pay owner twice the Rental to which they are otherwise entitled Advance token to the nearest vehicle: Mario Kart, Gunship, Pikmin onion or Epona
Advance to St. Charles Place Take a trip to Dream Land - Advance to Meta Knight - If you pass Go collect $200
Bank pays you dividend of $50 Coin Block pays you bonus of $50 ? Block pays you bonus - Collect $50
Get out of Jail free Find a Dungeon Key Find a dungeon key
Go back 3 spaces Turn off your system before saving your game - Go back 3 spaces Turned off your system before saving your game - Go back three spaces
Go to Jail - Go directly to Jail, do not pass Go, do not collect $200 Caught Selling Counterfeit Software - GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL Caught selling counterfeit software - GO TO JAIL
Make general repairs on all your property – for each house pay $25 – for each hotel $100 Make progress on each of your games - For each Power-Up pay $25/For each Invincibility $100 Start your game over - For each power-up, pay $25. for each invincibility pay $100
Pay poor tax of $15/Speeding fine - Pay $15 Pay Bowser tax of $15 Bowser tax - Pay $15
Take a ride on the Reading – If you pass Go collect $200 Take a spin in the Kart - Advance to Mario Kart - If you pass Go collect $200
Take a walk on the Boardwalk – Advance token to Boardwalk Save the Mushroom Kingdom - Advance to Mario
You have been elected chairman of the board – Pay each player $50 You have been elected Player of the Year - Pay each player $50 Erase your friends' game saves - Pay each player $50
Your building and loan matures – Collect $150 You saved the princess - Collect $150 Save the princess - Collect $150
  • NOTE: There are two of the "Advance Token to the nearest Railroad/Vehicle..." cards.


The background in the middle of the 2006 board shows screenshots from several Nintendo games. The games are, from top to bottom, left to right:

Changes to the 2010 version[edit]

  • The purple property group (Waluigi and Wario) was changed to brown.
  • The 1-Up Mushroom space no longer gives players the option to pay 10% of their money.
  • The Treasure Chest Deposit space now costs $100. The artwork was also changed from Wario's treasure to a coin.
  • The dollar value of the Coin Block cards Player's Choice Award, Organize a Mario Party and Renew Kart License were decreased.
  • The game's box incorrectly implies that the Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda is "Zelda's Sword." In fact, Zelda never wields the sword. The box was later changed to say "Link's Sword" because Link is actually the one who uses the Master Sword.



  • Bowser is shown on the box, and he is mentioned on a ? Block card, but he does not make an appearance in the game itself.
  • Kirby and King Dedede are shown on the game board. However, their designs are taken from the anime Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. Meta Knight also appears as he did in Kirby: Right Back At Ya!, but his appearance is from an episode (without a background), not his official artwork.

See also[edit]