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Zynga Cityville Monopoly Game

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  • It?s the classic Monopoly game with a new Cityville theme^Buy; sell and trade properties on the gameboard^Build houses; community spaces and businesses on your properties^Win by building 4 skyscrapers^Includes gameboard; 4 movers; 66 buildings; 16 skyscraper tops; city money; zoning permit cards; mystery gift cards; visitor center cards and 2 dice
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008KGR1YO
  • Item model number: A2052
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,393 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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It looks like the classic fast-dealing property trading Monopoly game, but this Cityville Monopoly game has been reimagined like the addictive online Cityville game! Buy properties, build houses, community spaces and businesses on them, and raise cash when it’s your turn. You’ll pay when you land on zoning permit spaces and get paid when you pass Go! The first player to build 4 skyscrapers wins. Become a tycoon while you build your dream city with the Cityville Monopoly game!

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Zynga Cityville Monopoly Game

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Fun for the whole family to play!
M. Bohemier
For those who play the addictive Cityville game on Zynga or Facebook and also love Monopoly, this is a great gift.
P. Kauffmann
I enjoyed the easy to learn instructions and the fast pacing of the game.
Joseph P. Ulibas

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D. McAvoy on November 2, 2012
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The major difference between this version of Monopoly and the classic one is that end condition is not to be the only player left. Instead, the goal is to have 4 Skyscrapers (similar to hotels in the classic version). This change really cuts down on the monotonous end-game Monopoly grind that makes many players dislike the classic game. Additionally, there are a few other changes that quicken the pace of the game. First, anytime that a player "visits" the bank (paying for landing on a space, paying to get out of jail, etc.), they may buy any property the bank owns without being on the space. Second, once built, any building stay with the property, even when sold back to the bank or traded, cutting down on the bookkeeping of clearing off a property before trading/selling back to bank (there is no mortgaging in this version). Finally, you do not have to build evenly across properties of a group, and you can even build one house on a property without owning all of the group, which allows for money to move around a bit more, earlier in the game.

All in all, the changes make for a different, but not simpler game. The overall game strategy changes quite a bit when the focus is to build quick rather than bankrupt your opponents. As a result, the game feels a bit more friendly and less cutthroat and draining.

One comment on the quality of the board. The board is made out of pretty thin cardboard, and does not feel all that durable. I would have liked to see a more firm game board.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By the g man on November 29, 2012
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I rate it 5-stars because it is what it says it is. A great, new, faster game based on the classic game. A little more in tune with today, as opposed to the 1930's (when the original was developed).

Remember, when the classic Monopoly was invented, there was no TV, air-conditioning, cell phones, interstate highways, internet, or electronic gadgets to play with. The classic Monopoly was a huge hit, and still is a great game.

I just bought the Cityville Monopoly game and played it with our 7-year-old daughter. She loves it. The classic Monopoly was too boring for her, and it dragged on forever. This new game is much more engaging, as it moves faster. And you can win in this new game without bankrupting everyone else out of the game. The young ones like this much better than the painful path to bankruptcy of the classic game. Like I said, the classic was developed during The Great Depression.

Rules are quick and easy to read and reference. If you follow the rules, the game can be very fast & fun. It is tempting to just ignore the details, and agree on some of the classic rules: but doing so can mess up the flow of the game--then it becomes a broken version of the classic, and defeats the whole purpose of this new game.

I slowed it down by not playing aggressively. Makes it much more fun for the kids. As you learn the rules and understand this new game better, you'll learn that you can be extremely aggressive and end the game quickly. Or you can play conservatively (for lack of better word) and make it a little more fun and last longer. The kids like this better, as they are trying to process the whole thing and can get overwhelmed when Dad suddenly has 4 monopolies and 3 skyscrapers.

As for bad reviews, all I can say is Haters are gonna hate any twists to classic games. But the kids will love this new game.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Silverman VINE VOICE on November 27, 2012
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Cityville Monopoly doesn't just paste a Cityville theme on regular Monopoly; it also features some pretty significant tweaks to the rules. However, the game is not fundamentally changed -- if you enjoy Monopoly, you'll probably enjoy this, and if you don't, you probably won't. It isn't particularly more or less complicated, and it only plays slightly more quickly.

Here are the major rule changes:

Buying Properties: First, there are no auctions. If the current player lands on a property and doesn't buy it, play simply continues with the next turn. Offsetting this, whenever a player pays a fee or fine to the bank (whether via space, card, or getting out of jail), he has the opportunity to buy *any* unowned property on the board. This of course makes it easier to collect color sets without trading.

Improving Properties: One house can be built on a property, even if the owner doesn't own the complete color set. Also, properties don't need to be improved evenly (e.g., you could build 3 houses on one property and 1 on another of the same set). So houses tend to be built more quickly. And you only need to build three houses on a property before replacing them with a "skyscraper" (AKA hotel), although a skyscraper costs $400, regardless of the property. Also, building four "skyscrapers" (AKA hotels) wins the game. This can speed the game up, but a win via bankruptcy is not unlikely before that happens, especially when playing with fewer players or in money-tight games. The utilities have been replaced by the "Dam" and "Bridge," which give their owners a $25 discount when purchasing houses. Owning both also confers a $100 discount on purchasing skyscrapers. Finally, there are three colors of houses, which affects some of the cards.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marissa M. on December 30, 2012
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My kids love Monopoly but did not like this version. we could not get through one game before everyone was bored. Directions are unclear too. Would not recommend
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