SPONGEBOB memes are a currency in the latest MONOPOLY game
Sponge Bob SquarePants has been on the air for a long, long time. The beloved children’s animated series premiered on Nickelodeon on May 1, 1999. It has been a pop culture juggernaut ever since. The show, currently in its 13th season, has had 275 episodes (and it’s not over). It has also spawned numerous video games, feature films, and spinoffs. With such a deep reservoir of content, many quotes, scenes, and characters have been turned into memes. From a tired SpongeBob getting up from his chair to leave a bad situation, to a mocking SpongeBob calling out âGreat Ideas,â the series is an endless source for the internet’s favorite currency. So it’s normal that you can now swap them with the brand new Monopoly SpongeBob SquarePants Meme Edition.
The most recent of the Op Monopoly The version features the inhabitants of Bikini Bottom. But you won’t buy and sell Krusty Krab or Squidward’s house in this game. You will be touching the digital âdollarsâ. It is a celebration of Sponge Bob SquarePants memes. From the official game description:
Monopoly SpongeBob SquarePants Meme Edition is a hilarious take on the classic, allowing gamers to buy, sell and trade the internet’s most famous images of characters from the Nickelodeon animated series. Capitalize on properties to funnel “Savage Patrick” or do like “Mocking SpongeBob” when paying rent. Set up a garden chair for the salutary mishaps behind the Comments and Shares cards (instead of the Community and Chest cards) and rack up as many Likes (aka $$) as you can to ruin your Bubble Buddies and win!
Designed for ages eight and up, the game ($ 39.99) plays two to six players. It has an expected autonomy of one hour or more. In addition to a very colorful and fun board, you will also get: six tokens, 28 title deed cards, 16 stock cards, 16 comment cards, personalized money, 32 renowned houses, 12 renowned hotels collections and dice.
You will also be rewarded for all the time you have spent in life watching Sponge Bob SquarePants. As well as all those hours of making memes based on the show. But the best part is, whether you win or lose, you’ll know exactly which meme to send your opponent after the game.
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