Properties are named after chart-topping singles, while the playing pieces take the form of six custom sculpted tokens inspired by Spears’ music videos.

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December 2, 2022

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Monopoly: Britney Spears board.
Monopoly: Britney Spears board.Usapoly

Usaopoly, the board game and puzzle publisher behind licensed games Telestrations, Blank Slate, and Hues and Cues, and Hasbro, have announced the launch of Monopoly: Britney Spears, the ultimate collection of her greatest hits.

Players are immersed in Britney’s songs as they buy, sell and trade properties named after chart-topping singles such as “Baby One More Time,” “Circus” and “Toxic” in this pop-idol twist on the family game. Encounter images of Britney’s album covers, live performances, costumes and more as you travel the border of a custom game board that pays homage to the singer’s evolution. 

The playing pieces take the form of six custom sculpted tokens inspired by Britney’s music videos: an astronaut (from “Oops!... I Did It Again”), a mirror (“Lucky”), milkshake tray (“Crazy”), lion (“Circus”), basketball (“Baby One More Time”) or pillbox hat (“Toxic”). Upgrade spaces with Gold Records and Platinum Records to reap the rewards of milestones. Curious and Fantasy cards replace Chance and Community Chest. 

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