The game, which is currently sold out on Walmart's website, retails for $19.82 (about R300).
It features Rich Uncle Pennybags (a version of the classic Monopoly man) prominently on the cover. He is holding a coffee cup and wearing a medal labelled "participation," mocking how millennials are sometimes referred to as the "Participation Award" generation.
"Forget real estate. You can't afford it anyway," the game's tagline reads.
According to the description of the game on the Walmart website, this version of Monopoly was made because "adulting is hard."
Instead of earning money as players do in the traditional Monopoly, players in this game collect experiences as they travel around the board.
The board features spaces like "three-day music festival," "parent's basement," and "farmer's market" and includes game pieces shaped like a hashtag and an emoji.
Twitter is lighting up with people reacting to the game and some of them feel it's a bit unfair that a generation is being "trashed" by a board game.
Wait, I thought that Monopoly for Millennials thing was a bad Photoshop. Now I find out it's real? What the hell? Who is this even for?— Rose Portaller (@RosePortaller) November 14, 2018
Earlier this year, Hasbro released a series of parody board games at Target. One of the titles includes "The Game of Life: Quarter Life Crisis" where, like in "Monopoly for Millennials," players pay off a "soul-crushing debt."
In the game, players are also exposed to situations like "dropping your phone in the toilet or calling in sick to binge-watch TV."
INSIDER reached out to Hasbro for comment but did not immediately receive a response.
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