June 20, 2011 11:34

AC/DC Monopoly game to be released in August

Rock legends follow in footsteps of Kiss and Metallica to join the board game elite

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AC/DC have revealed they will be releasing a Collector's Edition Monopoly game later this year.

The official Monopoly game will tentatively arrive in August, and includes AC/DC-associated playing tokens and challenges.

Blabbermouth is reporting that the game will feature players buying, selling and trading AC/DC albums and international locations. Players will then improve their properties with gold and platinum records.


Playing tokens for the game will include a cannon (from the song 'For Those About To Rock'), a bundle Of dynamite (from 'T.N.T.'), a bell on fire (from 'Hells Bells'), a lightning bolt (from track 'Thunderstruck'), Angus Young's schoolboy hat (from 'School Days') and stacks of cash (from 'Money Talks').

Earlier this month (June 10), Metallica revealed their plans for Monopoly Collector's Edition Metallica. This game is now available to buy from the webstore on Metallica.com

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