Scotland (United Kingdom)
The Scotland version of Monopoly features locations such as the Cairngorms, Loch Lomond and Edinburgh, and luminaries including Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, Andy Murray and JK Rowling.
It will now be possible to sell the Scottish Parliament. Bear in mind, however, you will run the risk of going to jail. Whether that is Saughton or Barlinnie is perhaps best left to the imagination.
Special Community Chest cards have been created. Instead of second prize in a beauty contest, Scots will receive Monopoly cash for scoring the winning goal at Hampden, getting a hole in one at St Andrews or snapping a rare picture of Nessie. But they can also be fined for dropping litter in Edinburgh's Princes Street.
You can snap up Balmoral Castle, place a hotel on Loch Ness, barter the Forth Bridge for haggis and whisky, and charge the unwary a hefty fee for visiting the Cairngorms.
Any budding Donald Trumps, Lord Sugars or Apprentice candidates should not get carried away, however, for these are all merely components of the latest version of the board game Monopoly.
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