Horror Board Games

Welcome To Derry, The Monopoly’s Version: IT Monopoly

Did you know that Monopoly also has a dark side? IT Monopoly is a board game based on the 2017 drama/thriller IT, which is, of course, inspired by the classic Stephen King novel of the same name. It is a game of buying, selling, and developing properties in the town of Derry while trying to avoid the terrifying Pennywise the Dancing Clown. This article will explore this game’s history, rules, winners, and horror aspects.


The (Short) History of IT Monopoly Game

IT Monopoly is a licensed product of USAopoly, a company that specializes in creating themed versions of classic board games. It was released in 2019, following the success of the IT movie and its sequel, IT Chapter Two – There are two of the most successful horror movies. ever, to say the least. 

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The game features many horrifying locations from the film, such as Pennywise’s Cistern, The Derry Sewers, and The Well. It also includes six custom-sculpted tokens featuring the Balloon, Inhaler, Richie’s Glasses, Bicycle, Eddie’s Cast, and Paper Boat.

IT Monopoly is not the first board game based on Stephen King’s works. There have been other games such as The Shining Board Game, The Dark Tower Board Game, and more. However, IT Monopoly is among the most popular and well-received games by Stephen King fans and horror lovers.

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How To Play It Monopoly?

Like other versions of Horror Monopoly, The rules of IT Monopoly are similar to the original Monopoly game, with some twists and changes to fit the theme. Each player starts with a fixed amount of money and moves around the board according to the roll of two dice. The board consists of 40 spaces representing properties, railroads, utilities, taxes, jail, and other events. If a player lands on an unowned property, he may buy it; if the player lands on a property owned by another player, he must pay that player; if they land on a unique space, such as Chance or Community Chest, they must draw a card that may be favorable or unfavorable.

However, there are some differences from the original game, as you can expect for a game of Pennywise Monopoly. For example, instead of houses and hotels, players can buy Suburban Houses and Apartment Buildings to increase their rent; instead of Free Parking, there is Georgie’s Boat; instead of Go To Jail, there is Go To Pennywise; instead of Income Tax and Luxury Tax, there are Losers’ Club Dues and Pennywise’s Demand. Additionally, some cards have unique effects related to the movie or novel.

The goal of IT Monopoly game is to remain financially solvent while forcing opponents into bankruptcy by buying and developing properties. The last player remaining on the board is the winner.

Horror Aspects of IT Monopoly

Monopoly IT is not a game for the faint-hearted. It is a game that immerses you in the world of IT, where you have to face your fears and fight against Pennywise. It is a game that challenges you to survive in a town where evil lurks behind every corner. It is a game that tests your nerves and your sanity.

Some of the horror aspects of Monopoly Pennywise game are:

The board

The board looks like a map of Derry, with dark and gloomy colors and images of Pennywise and his victims. The board also has blood splatters and red balloons, adding to the creepy atmosphere.

The tokens

The tokens are sculpted to look like objects related to the characters or the story. Some tokens, such as the Bicycle or the Paper Boat, are harmless, but some are sinister, such as the Balloon or the Inhaler. The tokens also have details that make them more realistic, such as the blood on the Paper Boat or the teeth on the Balloon.

The cards

The cards are based on the events and characters from the movie or novel. Some of them are beneficial, such as “You find a silver slug. Collect $100.” or “You join the Losers’ Club. Advance to Go.”, but some of them are harmful, such as “You encounter Pennywise. Lose a turn.” or “You float too. Go directly to Pennywise.”. The cards also have quotes from Pennywise or the Losers’ Club that add to the horror effect.

Monopoly IT edition is a great game for horror lovers because it combines the thrill of Monopoly with the terror of IT. It is a game that will make you scream, laugh and cry. It is a game that will make you float too.

Here’s a unboxing video of IT Monopoly game, made by PinkParisianGirl:


Who Can Play IT Monopoly?

To enjoy IT Monopoly the most, We suggest you play it with your friends or family who are also fans of IT or horror. You can also watch the movie or read the novel before or after playing the game to enhance the experience, but in the case of the last two films: You should expect a long journey since they are pretty long.

According to the manufacturer’s recommendation, Monopoly IT board game is unsuitable for children under 15. The game contains scenes and references that may be too scary, violent, or inappropriate for younger audiences. The game is great for adults who enjoy horror and suspense. Suppose you want to play a Monopoly game with children. In that case, choose a different version that is more kid-friendly, such as Junior Monopoly, Disney Monopoly, or Animal Crossing Monopoly.

Of course, you can have fun with the tokens, cards, and board by making jokes, pranks, or bets with your fellow players. Remember to have a good time and not take the game too seriously. After all, it’s only a game…or is it?

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A CLUE IT: A Promising Combination?

The classic mystery game meets the horror of IT in this spine-chilling edition of Clue. You and your friends must discover who defeated Pennywise, where they fought him, and what object they used to stop him. But beware: Pennywise is lurking in the shadows, ready to strike again. Use your wits and courage to solve the mystery before he gets you!


  • Six custom movers based on the Losers Club: Bill, Beverly, Ben, Eddie, Richie, and Stan
  • Six custom weapons inspired by IT: Balloon, Bike, Slingshot, Bat, Bolt Gun, and Inhaler
  • Customized game board featuring locations from Derry
  • IT-themed clue cards and envelopes
  • Rules booklet with special rules for playing with Pennywise

You can find a review of The Clue version of it, like other Clue horror games, on the review we made.

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