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Is Mall Madness Worth As Much Money As People Have Been Claiming?

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clicWe all had a lot of toys growing up. There were board games, dolls, video games, and of course stuffed animals. Of course some were better than others, but there were always a few standouts that were unbelievably amazing. Mall Madness was one of these standouts.

Mall Madness was a board game that came out in 1988 and was essentially based completely around shopping. The game is set in a two story shopping mall where players would have $150-$200 (depending on the version you were playing) to try to make purchases.

There would be surprise sales and clearances to help you buy more of the items, but the main objective was to buy the six items on your shopping list.

It was a seemingly simple game, but kids loved it. It probably wasn't the best for us because it taught us that if we accidentally spent all of our money we could just hit up the ATM and grab some more. Probably not the best lesson, but I guess it's too late now!

The game is rumored to be worth a lot of money if you have the right version, but here's the truth...

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