Because completing one game of Monopoly will take roughly as long as reading one of the Game of Thrones books, this seems like a logical pairing.
The game’s locations have been updated with examples from the monolithic fantasy franchise, such as King’s Landing, Winterfell and Castle Black. Meanwhile, players can choose from a white walker, direwolf, three-eyed raven, dragon egg, crown and, of course, the Iron Throne to use as pieces. Green houses have become villages and red hotels are now keeps.
Given GoT‘s content, the game’s age rating has gone up to 18 and over, so probably only bust this guy out at family gatherings where all the players are acquainted, if not necessarily comfortable, with a board game based in a universe where one man crushes another’s head like a grape.