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Hasbro Games Monopoly Deal Card Game

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  • New Monopoly Deal card game that is moving through Family Game Nights everywhere
  • Collect 3 complete property sets but beware of the Debt Collectors, Forced Deals and Deal Breakers
  • If your looking for a fun family/friend game this is it
  • Now only plays up to five players
  • Fun, fast dealing¿every card counts
  • It takes apprx 45 min to play w/5 people, apprx 35 min w/4, apprx 15-25 minutes w/3 people and apprx 5-15 minutes w/2 people
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 3.5 x 9.1 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B001FPQ5Y4
  • Item model number: 1723
  • Our recommended age: 8 - 8 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,356 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (232 customer reviews)
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The fast-paced, addictive card game where your luck can change in the play of a card! Collect 3 complete property sets, but beware of Debt collectors, Forced Deals and the dreaded Deal Breakers, which could change your fortunes at any time! Fun version of Monopoly for ages 8 and up!

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The fast-paced, addictive card game where your luck can change in the play of a card! Collect 3 complete property sets, but beware Debt Collectors, Forced Deals and the dreaded Deal Breakers, which could change your fortunes at any time! / / == Specs == / / * Gender:Unisex / * Minimum Age Recommendation:8 years / * Recommended Environment:Indoor / * Number of Players:2-4 Players

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Fun game for the whole family!
cc de leo
Rules are easy, play is quick, and the games takes about 20-30 minutes to play.
Froodychick
My girl friend and I bought this game a few weeks ago and love playing it.
frank.sposaro

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108 of 116 people found the following review helpful By S. Youmans on June 20, 2009
This is a great "travel" Monopoly game. The one remark I want to make though, is that there are probably too many "money" cards and not enough "rent" cards. In other words, the money supply seems to far exceed the money demand in this game.

So, what you normally end up with, are the losers of this game finishing with a ton of money in their banks because they never had to pay out much -- not very realistic to have losers who are very wealthy.

To fix this problem, buy two of these games and take all the "rent" cards out of one game and add them to your other game. This will make money a more valuable resource since the increased # of "rent" cards will present a larger danger to each player's bank.

This will also have the effect of rewarding players who lay down property cards so that they can collect rent from them -- the whole reason that you want to own property (and play the game of Monopoly) in the first place, right?

I also think this increases strategy somewhat because it puts you at a decision between using your property to collect valuable money or hoarding the property in your hand to keep it protected. As the game is now, it's pretty much a no-brainer that, of the three types of cards, the property card is the last type you want to lay down (unless you have very powerful action card).
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Jon on January 18, 2009
Since our family loves Monopoly we thought this could be a fun new take on an old standby. While the rules were confusing at first, once we got the hang of things we have really enjoyed it. Be warned that the rules are actually much simpler than you expect them to be - which causes some confusion as you get going. Whereas the object in the traditional board game is to get as much money as you can and bankrupt your opponents, the only object here is to be the first to get three full sets of properties.

Here are the basic rules for those considering a purchase. Each player starts with 5 cards. On your turn you draw 2 more cards. Then you can play up to 3 cards by either putting money or action cards into a personal bank, putting down properties, and/or playing action cards from your bank into the center. There are many different action cards. Some examples are force rent, double the rent, steal an entire set, force a property swap, etc. The trick is making the best decision on which cards to play since you will want to play all of your cards at once. But you can't earn any money from your opponents, and thus weaken their position, without having these cards out on the table. The danger is that other people can steal these cards from you. Really that's basically it. Simple, brief, and fun.

After playing three full games, which probably last only about 15-20 minutes, we really have the hang of it and are having lots of fun with a variation one of our favorite games.
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35 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Jenni on March 17, 2009
We have been playing this game for almost 2 months, we are on our 4th deck if that tells ya anything. You can play several games so it goes much faster paced then the traditional board game and its much more fun and great brain stimulation..haha! Its basically a strategical game but dont let that hold you back because if you love the board game you will love this card game even more. It definitly brings a challenge to the table. We have introduced this game to others and they are addicted as well. It is sooooo much fun. I am not poker or ueker player as everyone else i know that is and this game finally includes me in and makes me feel as good as a player as them all they no longer wanna play any other games that is great news for me as i no longer wait hanging in the background wishing they play a game i would enjoy.

So if your looking for a fun family/friend game this is it. Now only plays up to five players in which we have found takes apprx 45 min to play w/5 people, apprx 35 min w/4, apprx 15-25 minutes w/3 people and apprx 5-15 minutes w/2 people ..so as you can see we play alot and it dont take long to play, we've gotten pretty good to get the game going quick, the directions are not hard to figure out may seem too much at 1st they are pretty simple and not too complex and you will come to find questions aobut this and that. Just follow the directions, play about the 1st 4-5 games as beginners letting all see cards in your hand to figure it out. Then all play on your own, its easy to get the hang of it even for kids. There are some things we've pretty much had to set some rules of our own because the rules are not complex, which is no big deal it just comes down to common sense.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Flanagan on November 1, 2009
It takes only 1 game to understand the rules and from that point on it is the best game. It takes about 15-20 minutes per game and we usually pay 3 or 4 games at a time. It better to alter the rules and it is easy to extend the game by increasing the number of properties you need to win but it is not necessary.

Definitely pick it up.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. M. Johnson on July 20, 2009
I'm not really going to talk much about the specifics of the game play, as other reviewers have already done that quite adequately. But I will say I generally disliked playing Monopoly the "bored" game. It was too long and seemed far too based on luck for my tastes. The card game is also luck based, to be sure, but I find that it has added some much needed strategy to the game. Deciding when the best moment to charge rent, place properties and steal properties can make an seemingly uneven game turn around quickly. It is rare for such a turnaround in a regular Monopoly game; if someone gets good rolls of the dice and hits all properties the first few times around the board, there aren't many built in ways to catch up. Also, the end game in regular Monopoly is so dreadful. Two people with hotels on several sets of properties trading cash back and forth while the other players have to go amuse themselves with something else. This doesn't happen in the card game as you are never out; there is always a chance you can get back in the game. One other bonus with the card game is it can actually be player by two players, something you can't really do with the board game.

My only beef with this game is the quality of the cards. I was really disappointed that the cards are just cheap, glossy, paper cards. I would expect for the price they charge for this game to have a higher quality card. In fact, I'm on Amazon right now looking for a deluxe set to buy hoping the cards will be more durable. I knock 1 star off for that, since I think we are going to wear out the cards too fast. But that should tell you how fun the game is that we actually play it that much!
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