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GF Rating
5.7

452 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

awesome for groups

posted by Highlifeis (HILLIARD, OH) Nov 4, 2008

Member since Aug 2006

3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game is a classic. It also includes an arcade style monopoly game you can get sucked into for hours. The classic version has everything it needs, and more. The rules are custimizable before playing, can include money for free parking.
its awesome except for the fact of there is no real career type mode to keep you playing after the initial value wears off.

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GF Rating
7

Good

great game

posted by ffamily (BLAKELY, GA) Jan 30, 2009

Member since Jan 2009

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

The old classices are still number #1. The current games are fun but sometimes an old classic is just the thing, on a rainy night or not.
I liked the different boards you could choose from, but I didn't like the fact you had to kinda guess which board you had to return to in order to find more stamps to unlock the next board. Each board was almost a guessing game, " Am I gonna find a stamp here or not."

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

All the fun, no paper money!

posted by arabella (South Otselic, NY) Jan 4, 2009

Member since Dec 2008

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

My family and I enjoyed this game more than most. It offers all the fun of the board game, with none of the setup and cleanup mess. Properties and money are all handled cleanly, and it's never going to be the same game twice. If you like the board game, you're going to love this version!
A few things I would change, to improve on an already good design: We couldn't find a way to save the players information from one game to another, so every time we started a new game, we had to re-input each players info. And, we started ALOT of games!! The various alternate boards seemed like a fun idea, but we found some of the boards hard to read on a regular 30-inch diagonal screen, and the new names and themes can be a bit confusing. We always found ourselves going back to the classic board! Also, Mr. Moneybags seems to get a bit behind in his narration at times, and we prefer a bit of a faster pace to our games. Lastly, we couldn't find an option for the audio, to turn down, or even off, the background music. I have nothing against a little jazz flute now and then, but when you play as much and as often as we have, it can get a bit redundant! Overall, my family came closer to the "Keep it" option on this game than on any we have played up until now! Owning this game is an option I'll keep open, we just had too much fun with it!

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