World of Women (WoW) has partnered with WS Game Company to create a special edition of the beloved board game Monopoly. The ‘MONOPOLY: World of Women Galaxy Edition’ will feature WoW characters alongside other original NFT collectibles and will offer a Web3 twist to players. WoW holders will also enjoy additional benefits.
Crafted by WoW’s creative director, Yam Karkai, the physical and digital Monopoly game will take players on a cosmic journey through the NFT brand’s futuristic galaxy. Players can immerse themselves in the WoW universe, collecting Ethereum-based currency along the way using golden tokens that pay tribute to esteemed NFT brands such as Bored Ape Yacht Club, CryptoPunks, VeeFriends, CloneX, and Cool Cats.
One of the game’s highlights is the NFT-engraved golden tokens, which add intrigue and excitement. The ultimate goal of the game is to familiarize the next generation with Web3 and digital currency through gameplay.
Tangible versions of the board game will be available for a limited time only, with delivery orders fulfilled within the first eight weeks. For the online version, WoW’s platform ‘Patio’ will serve as the central hub, providing additional benefits for participants beyond issuing ETH.
The ‘MONOPOLY: World of Women Galaxy Edition’ not only revamps a traditional, family-favorite game but also pioneers new gaming territory. It brings together both conventional and virtual gamers, allowing them to share the same excitement and love for Monopoly.
The collaboration between WoW and WS Game Company showcases the growing influence and integration of NFTs in the gaming industry. By combining the familiarity of a classic board game with the innovative technology of NFTs, the partnership aims to introduce players to Web3 and the world of digital currency.
For fans of World of Women and Monopoly, this special edition offers a unique and engaging gaming experience. It allows players to explore the WoW universe, collect NFTs, and delve into the exciting world of Web3. With the release of the ‘MONOPOLY: World of Women Galaxy Edition,’ the boundaries between traditional board games and digital assets continue to blur.