This classic game features twenty-first century twists, such as debit cards, music, and more. View larger.
Features a sleek, updated board and contemporary games pieces. View larger.
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.