New Bendigo MONOPOLY game set to release in October | Bendigo Advertiser

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Bendigo, one of Australia’s biggest gold rush towns, is famous for its vibrant arts hub and world-class food and wine scene. But now residents will have another local honor to celebrate, with the announcement of an official Bendigo MONOPOLY board game to premiere this year. This custom edition means locals will be able to enjoy their own version of the world’s most popular board game and recognize their favorite landmarks as they move around the board. More News: Bendigo’s Fresh 5 is donating meals to Bendigo Health workers, Winning Moves rep Dale Hackett says locals will be responsible for the attractions that feature on the game board. “We want this sign to honor the many attractions that residents love back home,” he said. “Bendigo is loved by locals for its rich mining history of the central Deborah gold mine, the many pottery classes and ceramics workshops on offer, and its vibrant cultural scene. “So we need locals to get involved and vote for which of these attractions will be included or tell us which places deserve to be represented on the board. and Park Lane from the original London MONOPOLY board, and will come with a personalized “Community Chest” and “Chance” playing cards that will reflect the city. Winning Moves, makers of the official Bendigo MONOPOLY board under license from Hasbro, said the game will hit shelves as early as October. MONOPOLY was first released in 1935 – since then it has been played by over a billion people. Today it is played in 114 countries and enjoyed in over 47 different languages. People can vote for their favorite rides via the official Bendigo MONOPOLY Facebook page or by emailing [email protected] Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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