The company will be reimagining Happy Salmon with an Exploding-Kittens twist and re-releasing the game this November.
To coincide with the report, Creative UK Group has launched a #WeAreCreative campaign designed to show the government how powerful the creative industries are and what can be unlocked with the right investment.
The game sees fans buy, sell, and trade memorable locations from the show, like Tony Soprano’s House, Whitecaps Shore House and Satriale’s Pork Store.
“This product innovation is yet another way that PlayMonster is bringing a fresh approach to universal, classic play,” said Lisa Wuennemann, Associate Vice President of Marketing at PlayMonster.
“A large black-and-white poster and a few cards – that’s all MicroMacro: Crime City needs to captivate players,” read a statement from the Spiel des Jahres judges.
“As cutting-edge communicators, The Marketing Store is a great example of an agency using its voice to influence the masses on the fight against climate change,” said Steve Malkin, Founder and CEO of The Planet Mark.
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