Invite Baby Yoda to your next game night.

By Andrea Romano
May 04, 2020
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Baby Yoda on Monopoly Box
Credit: Hasbro Gaming

This is the way...we all should play Monopoly.

If you are obsessed with The Child (also known as Baby Yoda) from Disney’s live-action series The Mandalorian, you’re not alone. Since the show’s premiere, people have been buying up anything they can find with this creature’s too-cute-to-exist face, from plush dolls, to clothing, to adorable cross stitches.

And now, Star Wars and The Mandalorian can make your Monopoly game even more lovable.

According to Hype Beast, Hasbro has announced a new, limited edition of Monopoly game that’s entirely Baby Yoda themed in honor of May the Fourth, also known as Star Wars Day.

But Baby Yoda isn’t scrambling to build hotels on Park Place. Instead, players can move around the board as Baby Yoda and interact with places and things from The Mandalorian universe. According to Hype Beast, players can buy Common Houses and Hideouts instead of houses and hotels and do actions using the Camtono and Bounty Puck cards.

Each game comes with four tokens that look like Baby Yoda in different poses such as eating a frog, using the force, drinking a cup of broth, and sitting in his floating bassinet. The themed game board lets you interact with activities and adventures from The Mandalorian, including spaces named for things in the show, such as Tracking FOB, Razor Crest Cockpit, and Razor Crest Storage Bay. The game also includes different types of action cards and themed money packs based on the hit Disney Plus show.

Although the limited edition game was announced on Monday, May 4, it is currently only available for pre-order. The game will officially be released on September 1. The game is intended for two to four players aged eight and above.

Luckily, it’s easy to preorder the game online, and it’s available for a retail price of $20.