Nearly three decades later, Trump: The Game is a collector’s item. It’s a tempting purchase on eBay — whose friends wouldn’t be impressed? But would the game provide any insight into how the Republican presidential front-runner operates? The Washington Post took the game, bought on the auction site for $28, to some of the capital’s most devoted gaming nerds, at Labyrinth Games & Puzzles on Capitol Hill.I've heard that collector's items can command outrageous prices like that. That's double what Monopoly costs!!