Its core gameplay remains the same, though. There’s still an electronic unit that directs players to their next move, tells them where the sales are and also makes sound effects like “cha-ching.” No word on whether “sad trombone” plays when somebody runs out of money. Players still have to purchase items from their shopping list from 22 stores — with undoubtedly pun-ny names like “Short Circuit Electronics” — and make it to the parking lot first to win the game, as well. The game will ship in the fall for $25 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
Check out this vintage Mall Madness ad here: