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Sep 8, 2012

Google Europe Blog: For Sale: Alan Turing’s Monopoly

Alan Turing is one of technology’s heroes  a mathematician and codebreaker who laid the foundation for today’s computing age. In June, we celebrated his 100th birthday with a doodleblog post and the opening of a major exhibition sponsored by Google honouring his life and legacy. This week we are delighted to support a more whimsical tribute, in the form of the Alan Turing edition of Monopoly.

This special set has been customised to feature locations and interests central to Turing’s life, including never-before-published family photos. With every roll of the dice, players follow in Alan’s footsteps, from Warrington Crescent to Sherborne School, from Hut 8 to Kings College. And whileTuring isn’t (yet) on the £10 note, rest assured he’s on all the money in this set!

As a bonus, the set also includes a parchment replica of the hand-drawn Monopoly board on which Alan played against William Newman, the young son of his mathematical mentor Max  and unexpectedly lost.


As the box set booklet describes:

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