Saturday, August 6, 2011

AD/DC Monopoly

Growing up, there was a group of kids in my school that regularly supported AC/DC shirts.

None of them demonstrated an aptitude for realty or a desire to make legitimate money.

As a matter of fact, none of them seemed to be the type that would enjoy board games.

But here we are, the AC/DC Monopoly game is now available to Stevie, Thad, and any other West K thug who wants to become the next Donald Trump.

Here's the spiel.

There's Gonna Be Some Rockin' when you experience one of the world’s best-selling bands teaming up with the world’s most popular board game bringing you the ultimate AC/DC experience. The AC/DC Collector’s Edition of MONOPOLY® celebrates The Rock N Roll Dream with some of the greatest rock music of the 20th century and beyond. This completely customized game features the band’s most popular albums and locations including Black Ice, Stiff Upper Lip, AC/DC Lane and more, allowing fans to build their own AC/DC empire.

Includes 6 custom tokens: Cannon, Bundle of Dynamite, Bell on Fire, Lightning Bolt, Angus’s School Boy Hat, Stacks of Cash


2-6 players

Available now, directly from the official AC/DC store. We’ve also put together an exclusive AC/DC Monopoly/Live At River Plate Bundle (DVD or Blu-ray) with commemorative t-shirt. Each order will also include a limited edition 2x3' poster, available exclusively to fans who order through Poster supplies are limited, order now and reserve yours!

AC/DC Live At River Plate is the definitive live concert DVD documenting AC/DC's massive Black Ice World Tour. Shot with 32 cameras entirely in HD in December of 2009, AC/DC Live At River Plate marks AC/DC's triumphant return to Buenos Aires where nearly 200,000 fans, and 3 sold-out shows, welcomed the band back after a 13 year absence from Argentina. This stunning live footage of AC/DC underscores what Argentina's Pagina 12 newspaper reported by saying "no one is on the same level when it comes to pure and clear Rock 'n Roll."

1 comment:

Cousin J said...

I wonder if the 'Chance' cards read song titles like "Cover you in oil!" or "Sink the Pink!"