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MONOPOLY Revolution

by Hasbro

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  • Revolutionary round board with funky new movers in the new MONOPOLY Revolution!
  • As you are wheeling and dealing your way to a big win, hear sounds and music from the past five decades.
  • When you Go to Jail you will hear the door slam, and when you pass GO you can celebrate with a party tune!
  • In this game, you use cards, not cash to score your favorite properties so you can watch your balance rise and plummet!
  • Includes 1 gameboard, 1 game unit, 6 MONOPOLY bank cards, 6 movers, 30 title deed cards, 32 houses, 12 hotels, 2 dice and instructions.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 21 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B0036RRSXG
  • Item model number: 17146
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,925 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Kids eight years and up can become real estate tycoons and veteran players can rediscover their investment savvy in the Monopoly Revolution board game. This updated classic relies on the time-honored formula of original Monopoly, but brings the game into the twenty-first century with features like songs, debit cards, and special zones. Gather round the table and enjoy the fun with this up-to-date version of Monopoly.

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Monopoly Revolution

Ages: 8 years and up
Requires: 3 AAA batteries
What We Think

Fun factor: 4 stars
Durability: 4 stars
Ease of assembly: 5 stars
Educational factor: 4 stars
Novelty factor: 3 stars

The Good: Updated original with fun, modern features

The Challenging: Purists may not enjoy the new sound effects and electronics

In a Nutshell: A paperless update of classic Monopoly that's suited for the twenty-first century
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Hasbro Monopoly Revolution

This classic game features twenty-first century twists, such as debit cards, music, and more. View larger.

Hasbro Monopoly Revolution

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Sing Along When You're in the Zone
Part of Monopoly Revolution's appeal is the music that plays during certain moments in the game. When you land on one of the board's designated zones, you'll hear music. For example, in the Car Zone, you'll hear excerpts from the Beatles song, "Drive My Car." Each zone has its own theme song that plays before you're given a chance to buy properties, pass Go, or go to Jail.

Game Unit Manages Your Money
Monopoly Revolution features a Game Unit that manages all cash flow electronically, so you don't have to mess with stacks of paper bills anymore. As a result, the game reflects today's marketplace and economic trends, giving younger generations of players real-life lessons in managing cash flow.

Instead of carrying cash, players will all receive a debit card. The Game Unit lets players know their individual balances during transactions and when they pass Go. This game update makes for a tidier playing area, yet still requires players to budget their resources smartly.

Modern Playing Pieces
Monopoly Revolution's playing pieces have retained the familiar shapes of the classic version, but they have been redesigned with some modern flair. Now sleeker and easier to handle, the pieces are transparent and upright, adding another contemporary touch to the game.

An Updated Classic
Despite the electronics and modern updates, Monopoly Revolution retains the essence of the original game. Buy properties, build houses and hotels, borrow money, and seek to own as much as you can. Rest assured you'll still enjoy the good old-fashioned thrill of watching your opponent land on your hotel-laden properties--and adding to your bank account.

What's in the Box
Monopoly Revolution game board, game unit, six player pieces, two dice, six game cards, 30 title deeds, 32 house figures, 12 hotel figures, and instructions.


Product Description

Celebrate 75 years ofMonopolywith a circular game board! BringMonopolyto life with sounds and music! Play in style with funky new board and game-piece design. Electronic money card

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Customer Reviews

Overall a great game and so much fun...
Mr and Mrs Michael Alexander
OVERALL: Great game,, good value for money,, More than expectation.
Hazem F
Setup was quick and the instructions were easy to follow.
Forrest Wildwood

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By BobbieK TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 22, 2010
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The first thing you will notice when you open this version of Monopoly is that all of the prices have been adjusted to relate to today's prices (or even a little more).

Boardwalk now costs $4 million - and even the lowly Mediterranean Avenue runs $600,000! You have to pay $500,000 just to get out of jail! Fortunately, you start with $15 million, and passing go nets you a hefty $2 million! So what are you going to do with all of that cash? No problem, you now use your bank card to keep all of it under control!

This version of Monopoly plays with the "fast rules" although you could (if you wanted to) use the older rules. In this case, every time you land on a property, if you do not buy it, the bank will put it up for auction. This gets all of the properties out there quickly, and was always an option on the older game.

A couple of new fun things with this version is the options available when landing on "A Zone Space" - formerly called chance. When you land on this location, you can either give all players in any zone on the board a "chance" card, or you can move to the next unowned property and put it up for auction. If all of the properties are owned, you can even "force a deal" where you swap one of your properties with anyone else on the board.

In addition, the game unit (which keeps track of all of the money) will occasionally decide to give the person who just completed a transaction a "chance" card!

There are 4 Utilities now, which can be purchased, making them (like the railroads) a much more dangerous place to land if someone has all four. And, the picture on the Railroads is actually a Bullet Train instead of a steam engine.
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66 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Morrigan Alexandros VINE VOICE on August 26, 2010
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Oh Monopoly, such good times lasting 100000 hours. So, they tried to revolutionize Monopoly a bit. Here is the good, the bad and the ugly.

The Good:
Electronic device that allows you to use Debit Cards instead of Money. The game unit has music which makes the game a bit more fun. Meh. The new rules make the game move a little faster. Now, when you land in a space you have two options, buy or auction it. This will, at least, take 1 hour out of the game.

The Bad:
No more Free Parking money. But, my friends and I made a rule that anyone that landed in Free Parking will get an X amount of money. The game unit will make it a bit harder to keep track of your money, since you can't see it. So, much like real life, when you buy, buy and buy without noticing your depleting bank account.

Two almost-see-through dice with silver colored-dots. This is a face palm moment. The dots are hard to distinguish in low light and sometimes, even good lighting. We just got new dice and threw these ones away. They are worthless.

The Ugly:
Boring game pieces, they are all the same shape with some crappy images on them. I like actual and singular game pieces. They are more fun.

Very little educational value. No more real money you can touch and count. This game no longer teaches kids how to count and keep track of money. Wasn't that one of the objectives of the game? Now, it just teaches them how to use a debit card and barely keep track of their money.

Other games have been able to better update. For example, I like the new version of the The Game of Life Twists & Turns. Not so for Monopoly. I think I will go back to my old monopoly. The more I think about this Monopoly, the more faults I find with it. My friends were thoroughly bored with this version and pleaded to get an old Monopoly.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By M. Kooiman VINE VOICE on August 10, 2010
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This is basically Monopoly with a few changes to try to modernize the game and, my guess, to appeal to the younger generation more accustomed to video game consoles. You have a round board instead of the rectangular board but essentially the same spaces on it as the original game. The hotels and houses are still there and you have cardboard deeds to collect as you buy the properties on the board just as you do with the original game. You even roll dice. However, with this game you have "credit" cards and an electronic gadget that you insert the card into to pay or receive money. Paper money has been eliminated. The gadget is also used when you land on "chance" spaces and selects a chance for a player on demand. It also will randomly, while the game is being played announce a "chance" for the current player.

How did it play? After 3 or 4 turns, my family was bored and frustrated. No one knew how much money they had. They wanted to plan strategies around what properties to buy and how much to bid in an auction but without the ability to count their cash on the fly, they either bid more than they had or just didn't bid at all. I didn't have any younger children playing but felt the loss of using a game to reinforce learning simple math and money management. The electronic gadget to read the cards and play chances reminded me of 1990's electronic handheld games. The display is small and difficult to read. The sound is tinny and annoying. Hooray for the beep feature (you can turn off the sound and just play a beep). You have to take out the batteries when not playing and the place to insert the batteries requires a screwdriver to open and close it.
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