Sopranos Monopoly Now Available, With “Many Saints of Newark” Movie Coming
Can’t wait for “The Sopranos” prequel “The Many Saints of Newark”?
Well, go straight to jail.
Do not pass GO.
Don’t collect $ 200.
Op Games, maker of board games and puzzles, has released a ‘Sopranos’ themed Monopoly board game that promises you a chance to’ get ahead!
You will feel like a real member of the family while trying to shop for Satriale’s Pork Store, Crazy Horse and Bada Bing!
“Monopoly is a game of acquiring and controlling territory, making deals, getting paid and taking out your competition,” said Adam Sblendorio, creative director of The Op and proclaimed the “Soprano” super fan. “Surprisingly, the world’s most famous and popular family board game has clear parallels to the world of the ‘Sopranos.’ Tony even quotes the famous quote from Will Rogers: ‘Buy an AJ land, because God doesn’t. make more”.
There is no race car or top hat in this version, but there is a baby duck (a reference to the first episode), the Stugots, Bobby Bacala’s toy train engine, the pig Satriale, Dr. Melfi’s chair and a Barone sanitation truck.
In the game, you can buy the “Whitecaps” house Tony almost bought or Vesuvio’s restaurant if you’d rather have unlimited Long Island braciole than days at the beach on the Jersey Shore.
There’s even a nod to the episode where Tony and Carmela played Monopoly with Janice and Bobby Bacala, said Sblendorio, who hopes your Monopoly night doesn’t end in a brawl like their game has. do.
If you get an “Ayy!” card (this is the Chance card in this version), you might be invited to North Jersey for Sunday dinner at Soprano’s.
The game costs $ 39.99. More information on bit.ly/3iip7xg.
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The game comes ahead of the prequel to David Chase’s movie “The Many Saints of Newark,” which hits theaters and on HBO Max on October 1. The story of young Tony Soprano (played by James Gandolfini’s son Michael) during his early years in Newark during the 1967 riots will be played in theaters and shown on HBO Max.
The film, also starring Ray Liotta and Leslie Odom Jr., was shot across northern Jersey, including Bloomfield, Newark and Paterson.
Lana Leonard is the Asbury Park Press summer intern. The College of New Jersey student can be contacted at [email protected]