The second square to feature on a new Aberdeen edition of a popular board game has been officially revealed.
More details have emerged about the Aberdeen version of Monopoly which will be released later this year.
The game’s makers have been searching for deserving north-east residents to help make it a launch to remember – and want people to get in touch to tell them why it should be them.
To be in with a chance of being named an Aberdeen Monopoly VIP, those interested should get in touch with Winning Moves telling them why they love the Granite City.
An Aberdeen charity has been announced as having a starring role in the Aberdeen version of Monopoly.
An Aberdeen teenager who set out on a quest to feed the homeless has had huge success.
Makers of a popular board game, set to feature everything great about the north-east, are calling on the public for help.
After being praised by for his selflessness, Ryan said the only thanks he wants is for people to give him McDonald’s Monopoly tokens, explaining, “the tokens can be exchanged for meals and we can then give those meals to the homeless".
An animal rehoming centre is leading the public vote on being added to the official Aberdeen Monopoly Game.
As well as nominating three Aberdeen charities to appear on the Community Chest space, people have also been voting for a custom token, and the option of turning Go to jail to Go to Inverness.
Chosen from 20 candidates, the piece leading the way to be one of the game’s six tokens represents one of Aberdeen's notorious gulls.
Aberdeen was chosen to feature in a new official Monopoly game because of its “exceptional family values”.
As well as a board featuring city landmarks, the game’s traditional tokens – such as the Scottie dog, racing car and boot – will be absent in favour of north-east themed pieces which will be voted on by the public - with potential options including Sir Alex Ferguson, an oil rig or even a seagull.
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The Monopoly board is getting a makeover which could see the classic playing pieces replaced with new figurines.