Game Night Has a New Twist with Temple-Opoly
It's good to live in Texas, but it's even better to live in Central Texas.
This week the company Late For the Sky released a new version of the famous game Monopoly based on the city of Temple.
The new board game is called Temple-Opoly, and you can find it exclusively at the Wal-Mart at 3401 South 31st Street.
The description of Temple-Opoly is "a fun game celebrating the wildflower capital of Texas!" Some squares on the board include Stillhouse Hollow Lake, Megg's Cafe, Italiano's Pizza, General Bruce Dr., and the Bloomin' Temple Festival.
According to reports, city officials did not help with the layout of the game, but Late For the Sky did an amazing job on their own deciding which local businesses and events to feature.
Temple-Opoly is the third city in Central Texas to have its own version of Monopoly. Waco and Killeen also have their own adaptation of the board game.
Will you and your family be picking up Temple-Opoly? What other fun versions of Monopoly does your family have?