The Op Unleashes ‘The Goonies,’ National Parks Games

Multiple themed games have been released by The Op.

License Global

July 16, 2020

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The Op has announced the release of multiple themed games, including “Monopoly: The Goonies” and a line of games inspired by U.S. national parks.

Fans of “The Goonies” can go on a quest for One-Eyed Willy’s hidden treasure and buy, sell and trade locations around Astoria, Oregon in a new version of “Monopoly” based on the ‘80s adventure movie. Play with collectible tokens such as Chester Copperport’s Key, the Gold Doubloon, Statue of David and other items while you try to be the last player with loot. The game retails for $39.99 and is available now.

In addition to “Monopoly: The Goonies,” multiple games inspired by American National Parks have been launched, including “Monopoly,” “Scrabble,” “Get Wild,” “YAHTZEE,” “Trivial Pursuit” and “Jenga.”

These games retail between $16.99 and $39.99 and showcase multiple national parks, their biodiversity, landmarks and more. For the national parks games, a portion of the purchase price will be donated to the National Parks Foundation, the official non-profit partner of the National Park Service, to support priority national parks projects.

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