Your Sneak Peek of Retro Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Monopoly

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Retro Monopoly


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Monopoly is Here

Cowabunga Dudes! MONOPOLY: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collector’s Edition has arrived, and we’re more excited than Michelangelo eating a pizza.
This game was designed with a whole lot of TLC (Turtle Loving Care), so we hope you love playing it as much as we loved making it.  Now get out your half shells and prepare to fight evil because we’re taking you on a trip around the TMNT Monopoly board!

Behind the Scenes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Monopoly

It’s time to brush up on your ninja skills because the Turtles need your help to take down evil! Will you finally defeat Shredder or will you be left  a sad ninja without any pizza? Find out how to be the ninja that owns it all by reading the classified information below.
  • You can choose to play as one of six collectible tokens. Will you fare best as a leader like Leonardo? Or do you need the wisdom of Splinter? Choose your token with care because your Turtle power will come from there.
  • To be a skilled ninja, you need to know who you’re up against. Round the custom game board that features 22 of the most notorious turtle villains including the likes of Shredder, Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady. 
  • If you want to avoid trouble, you need to pick your cards wisely .Will you chance upon good or evil when you pick from the piles of Mutagen and Allies Cards (formally Chance & Community Chest cards)?

  • A good ninja is also a good businessperson (little known fact). To manage all the villains you own, you’ll need to spend your  Turtle Money like a Wolf on Wall Street – or a Turtle on Mutagen Street.
  • Trapping a notorious villain can be a lot of work. That’s why Houses and Hotels just won’t do the trick. Instead, you can claim your villain ownership  by buying up Pizza Slices and Pizza Boxes.

  • And last but not least, the most important thing you need to know if you want to be the greatest ninja to ever roam the Monopoly board is that ninja training isn't free. It comes at a cost (a literal cost of $200), but it’s totally worth it to help save the world from the TMNT villains.
MONOPOLY: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is available in the U.S. at your local game and toy stores, at specialty retailers, and online. Head to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Monopoly Product Page for more information or buy now at Barnes & NobleNewbury ComicsGo The Game Store, or Amazon . Still have questions?  Email us at with any feedback or comments.