Now, a `Rolling Stones` version of `Monopoly`

London: Everyone`s favourite board game to mint money, `Monopoly` has been given a `Rolling Stones` makeover.

Fans of the legendary rock band will be exiled from main street, if they pick up a `Go To Jail` card on the group`s very own version of Monopoly, The Sun reported online.

The new version of the classic board game sees names of traditional places like Old Kent Road being replaced with the group`s hit albums such as `Beggar`s` Banquet`.

Instead of a thimble or a shoe, players are given a set of devil horns, a reference to the band`s track `Sympathy For The Devil`, or wild horses to shift around the board.

The chance cards in the game feature titles and lines from the band`s tracks.

The four train stations have been redesigned with the names of the band`s tours such as `Urban Jungle`.

The iconic Monopoly money has been changed to concert tickets while houses and hotels which the players used to buy have been turned into gold and platinum records.

Whereas in the past players would have to cough up after landing on the income tax and super tax squares, they now have to pay for concert tickets and stage set up.

The water works and electric company have been replaced with drums and a guitar which can be mortgaged for 49 pounds each and contain information about drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Ron Wood.

`Monopoly` is celebrating its 75th year and is the world`s best selling game, available in 103 countries and produced in 37 languages.