Now There’s a Pets Edition of Hasbro’s Game of Life

The Game of Life: Pets Edition officially incorporates dogs and cats into gameplay for the first time ever.

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Grab your furry friends, animal lovers — The Game of Life is welcoming pets to the classic game board.

For the first time, fans are encouraged to grow their family with newly added cat and dog pegs as they move around the board. Players can go to college, marry, have a family — and now, adopt a pet — as they see what happens when unexpected twists change up the game.

Once everyone reaches the end of the game at retirement, everyone pays their debts and adds up their wealth. The player with the most money wins the game.

Here are a few more details on the gaming experience:

  • All players start out with 1 car, a Spin to Win token, 1 pink or blue peg, 1 pet peg and 200K.
  • Cards are split into 5 decks: House cards, Action cards, Career cards, College Career cards and Pet cards.
  • When you land on a Pet space, you draw the top Pet card from the deck, read it aloud and do what it says. At the end of the game, this card will be worth money.
  • There are 15 Pet cards, which include different actions such as “Pass Obedience School” and “Eat Homework.”

For more information or to snap up your Game of Life: Pets Edition now, check it out on Amazon here.

Dave Baker

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Dave Baker, founder and publisher of Petful, is a journalist and editor who has worked at The New York Times and The Nation magazine. He was also part of the Pulitzer Prize–winning team at The Times-Picayune newspaper of New Orleans. After Hurricane Katrina, he moved to Brooklyn, New York, where Petful is now based. A longtime advocate for pet food safety, Dave has been passionately tracking pet food recalls for the past decade. He has a bachelor’s degree in English from Clemson University in his home state of South Carolina. Dave has cared for a number of dogs, cats and other small pets over the years.

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