No One Asked For a Flux Capacitor Version of Yahtzee, But We'll Take It

Illustration for article titled No One Asked For a Flux Capacitor Version of Yahtzee, But We'll Take It

It's impossible to improve the gameplay of classic board games like Monopoly, Scrabble, or even Yahtzee. So how do you go about convincing people to buy more copies of a game that stays playable for decades? You re-brand it. Monopoly is already available in about a thousand different flavors, and now it's time for Yahtzee to get upgraded as a glowing, flashing flux capacitor.

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Illustration for article titled No One Asked For a Flux Capacitor Version of Yahtzee, But We'll Take It

Yahtzee's Back to the Future facelift comes courtesy of USAopoly who has turned re-branding popular board games into an entire industry. But does the flux capacitor change the gameplay in any way? Not at all. It's just a fancy box you use to shake up the dice before pouring them out on a table. Superfluous? Maybe, if Back to the Future wasn't such an awesome film and everyone didn't want a time-traveling DeLorean of their own. [USAopoly]


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