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Monopoly Cars 2 Race Track Game
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- The cars crew shifts into gear for another high-octane adventure in 2011 with Cars 2
- Monopoly Cars 2 edition is new and unlike any monopoly game seen yet
- The game board has been made into a round racetrack that also serves as the game dice in this exciting take on the classic game
- This child-friendly Cars 2 edition of monopoly gives the younger real estate moguls in training a chance to face off and race to the finish line by outsmarting and out-bidding opponents
- Recommended age 5 and up, players 2 to 8
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
We got it for my 4-year-old for Christmas and have played it almost daily since then. My kids know that I won't play regular Monopoly with them but I will gladly play this one.
I'd like to thank the person who came up with the concept and design because it is perfect for kids (and moms).
You spin Lightning McQueen along the outer race track to "roll the dice" and whatever number he stops on, you go that many spaces.
The money includes $1 bills. That's it. So simple.
Pass GO, collect ... $2. Love it.
The properties are the cars from Cars 2 (I'm guessing, we haven't seen it yet) but they only cost from $1 to $5. Easy. Same with the rent.
I love that you mark your property with a tire and if you own both, you get a "pitty" to mark them.
When the money is gone, the game is done.
My 4-year-old is usually in charge of the property cards. It's great becuase he has to match the name and color to give them out.
My 2-year-old is in charge of the tires. Great job for her and she can even count out the $3 she owes for her property.
I am the bank. I love that they only need to count 1-10 to play the game. They can do it by themselves and ENJOY playing.
It's a great game. Five stars. Highly recommended.
We got Cars 2 monopoly as a present this year, and here's one nice thing: The games are over quickly and can easily be completed by the rest of the family while one child has a piano lesson. Since the dollar denominations don't go above 1, and each player starts with such a limited amount of money (~15), and there are so few property spaces, the game moves quickly.
There are no dice to roll, and this is where the cheapness of the game comes to the fore. The exterior of the game board is a little racetrack, and you roll Lightning around the track, like a roulette wheel. Where he stops is the number of spaces you advance. This method is ripe for cheating, as the tendency is to land across two spaces and then move the number that is more favorable to the player. Ah, well.
We like the method for showing which spaces are owned by placing a tire there, or a forklift across two spaces.
The "rent" amounts are very low... the counting in this game is very limited.
Fine for very little people, or for quick games.
disclaimer: we have not seen Cars 2, but I don't think it matters.
I recommend this game for all little kids that around 4 years old its adorable even for me
My only concern is that the track pins will not sustain frequent installation and dismantle and it might be broke (this is the only reason that prevent me from giving 5 stars)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Little kids tend to spin the car to hard and it keeps flying off, the stickers on the car don't stay on very well either. Still a cute and smaller version of monopoly.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Really neat game, but does have many very small parts. Families with young children definitely need to account for all parts of this game when finished playing!Published 2 months ago by CoolStuff8374
Missing the most important piece the lightning mcqueen that spins around the track to tell you how many moves to makePublished 8 months ago by ashley
This game is perfect for youngsters because it's easy to learn and teaches them basic counting. If your child has any interest in the Cars movies I highly recommend it.Published 12 months ago by Traicy Lewis