Today, the creator of Mayberry-opoly, Scott Hopkins, will be at Mayberry on Main from 4 to 5 p.m. to sign the game during Mayberry Days.
In October 1960, “The Andy Griffith Show” made its television debut — and the show has been on the air ever since. Young and old alike love Mayberry’s cast of characters, timeless humor and the values the show promotes.
Mayberry-Opoly is a game celebrating this classic television show. Players buy favorite Mayberry properties, then increase their property value by collecting Bait Shops and trading them for a Big Fish. Players may win a blue ribbon for their homemade pickles, sell some jars of Miracle Salv, find their windows broken by Ernest T. Bass or get arrested by Deputy Barney Fife.
The game retails for $24.95.