The harshest of the punishments for getting caught cheating requires players to don a handcuff that attaches them to the game.
The new game comes with 15 "cheat cards" that tell players to break the rules - from stealing money from the bank to taking an extra $100 when you pass go to sneakily trying to collect rent from someone else's property.
During any point in the game, five of these cheat cards will be placed in the middle of the board which players can try to fulfill at any point of the game. The cards will give players a series of tasks throughout the game-such as skipping spaces, avoiding rent payments and even committing bank robbery-rewarding those who succeed with extra money and free properties.
Now, Hasbro says it's "finally made a decision to embrace our less-than-honest fans", CNET reported.
Monopoly: Cheater's Edition is set for release in spring this year - just in time for Christmas.
"For the first time in Monopoly history, there is no designated banker".
If you get away with your shifty move, you'll be rewarded but - and it's a big but if you're caught, you'll be punished.
In a recent survey that was conducted, Hasbro learned that half of Monopoly players admitted to cheating, which got the company thinking. The objective of the game is the same: Be the player with the most money at the end, according to INSIDER. If you can successfully cheat your way to get them done, you'll get rewards.
The special edition will be available in the fall. That strangely sounds like a lot of fun, but how do you formalize cheating?