The classic board game Monopoly has been reinvented with a North Sea theme to raise money for the upkeep of Aberdeen’s Piper Alpha memorial.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the tragedy, in which 167 people lost their lives offshore.
The 167 Souls fundraising group and the Pound for Piper charity have joined forces for the game.
The board, which is sponsored by a range of companies, including energy giant Shell, is industry-themed, with the Brent platforms substituted for the four train station squares.
Meanwhile, the chance and community chest cards have become “drilling” and “completions” cards.
More than 2,000 of the Monopoly boards have been produced, with more than 600 pre-ordered, which has raised more than £22,000 so far.
The boards can be bought at