Monopoly (2012) PC

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  • Summary: Own it all in the classic property trading game!

    Build your fortune as you buy, sell and trade the worlds most famous properties. Its classic MONOPOLY fun! Take a ride on Reading Railroad, build a house on Baltic Avenue, or buy up the whole neighborhood its your turn to get rich!
    Own it all in the classic property trading game!

    Build your fortune as you buy, sell and trade the worlds most famous properties. Its classic MONOPOLY fun!

    Take a ride on Reading Railroad, build a house on Baltic Avenue, or buy up the whole neighborhood its your turn to get rich! Youll take a spin around the worlds favorite board with animated tokens, 3-D dice and customized game environments. Prove your skills as a deal maker in up to three levels of difficulty. Pass GO, take a Chance or head over to Community Chest as you wheel and deal your way to the top. But remember to stay out of Jail!
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  1. CD-Action
    Mar 5, 2013
    70
    This game captures the magic of the tabletop original but does absolutely nothing more and the AI is half-baked. [CD-Action 03/2013, p.69]
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  1. Dec 26, 2012
    7
    A decent version of Monopoly, easy to play with some fun options. The only issues are the laziness of the port - there's no option for on-lineA decent version of Monopoly, easy to play with some fun options. The only issues are the laziness of the port - there's no option for on-line multi-player, and expensive for what is just an Android game. One of the most irritating things is that the British version changes the names on the board to the British board game version, but nowhere else in the game - Chance cards, trades etc are all done with American names, which gets confusing. Expand