Oh my god.
Basically, the board is the same as a standard Monopoly board, with all the properties and spaces in the correct spots. As you can see, the properties are basically trailers and other things that you can buy in Sunnyvale (Notice that one of the orange properties is COREY AND TREVOR — Yes, you can BUY Corey And Trevor. Why not?). The Railroads are all places to eat in or around the park. Income tax is now GET DRUNK AS FUCK (which you still have to pay $200 for) and so on.
Like real monopoly, the idea of this game is to take contol, in this case, of Sunnyvale. Instead of houses and hotels, you buy into OPERATIONS (‘small’ and ‘really greasy’) and you place them on the spots on the board that you land on. So, for example, you could land on Bubbles’ Go Cart and buy into an OP on that spot (say, you are ‘borrowing’ his cart to steal shopping carts to put drugs into the handlebars of — use your imagination!) and whenever anyone lands on that spot, you make some money.
The Chance and Comm. Chest cards have been renamed, and although I haven’t included them here, the cards themselves refer to plot points in the series. THE FUCKIN’ WAY SHE GOES is the Chance set, and OPERATIONS is the Comm Chest set. In the cards, the dollar values and instructions are the same as the traditional, but in this case, as an example, instead of assessing your properties for repairs and paying the game some money, it’s Cyrus who comes along and demands a cut of all your operations (or else he’ll shoot you).
I’m hoping to have the whole thing completed within the next month… actually I was hoping to have it completed before the Hamilton Place Show this Thurs, so I could show it all to the boys at a meet n greet, but the board will have to suffice for now. It’s the damn screen caps that take the most time, and I still have to do the images for the cards.
Before you ask, no you cannot buy this game from me. I have no intention of getting fucked over by Parker Brothers. But I can’t stop you if you just happen to find it on the internet for free, now, can I?