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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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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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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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It's fast, I'll give it that. My eleven year old son and I played a game and it was over before I knew what hit me. Setting up the game was easy and figuring out the rules took me less time than it normally takes for me to set up a game of Agricola...always a plus. The cards are both easy to read and easy on the eyes, making it possible to recognize what they do at a glance after playing the game a few times.
I liked the idea of a bank pile being your "defense" against your opponent taking your property cards when charging rent. The problem that I ran into was that I didn't feel there were enough rent cards in the game to thoroughly deplete a person's bank pile. My son and I had a sizable stash saved up about five minutes into the game and it simply became a rush to see who drew the property cards they needed to win. The rent cards we played on each other barely dented our bank piles. I have been playing around with ideas in my head to balance this: one being to remove some of the money cards from the game or to buy a second game and put all of the rent cards from the second game into the first game. I have yet to test out these ideas, if I find something that works then I'll leave a comment below.
There is a little bit of luck involved with drawing the right cards you need, but since this game doesn't take long to play, I can overlook it. Some games, the cards will be your best friend and other games, they'll pull you into a bathroom stall and give you nonstop swirlies until you're gasping for air. The sooner players accept that they won't always win because of this mechanic, the less frustrated that they'll be while playing.
Both Vinnie Jr and I liked playing this game and I believe it'll be well received when I introduce it to the rest of the family. Monopoly Deal succeeds at being exactly what is sets out to be: a light, fun card game. This would make an excellent addition to family game night as well as serve as a good filler in between longer games.
Monopoly Deal is a fast-paced card game (unless the player takes forever to plan their turns). It's competitive, entertaining, and sure to bring about some light banter and lots of "suggestive reasoning". When I travel, I always carry this deck (or the newer version - Monopoly Deal Millionaire) for some hang out time with friends.
Couple of things I found as I've played my many games:
1. Three people is probably the optimal amount of people to play with. Four players as well as two players is okay too. Once you get to five players or more, the game is a lot harder to play. Since you are trying to collect sets, if there are more people to spread out the cards, the harder it is to collect, and the longer the game drags on. Sometimes you have to reshuffle the discard pile multiple times in order to have one person finally get the sets she/he needs to win.
2. The game is a little anticlimactic. It's one of those games that you play and play and play and then all of a sudden you look down and you have won (or someone else has one). I don't really care that it's anticlimactic because the game play is fun, but some people might.
Overall, we love this game and it has now become one of the staples of game night.
You can learn how to pay this game in five minutes with enough skill to win but the more you play it, the more you can discover and develop strategies to truly master the game.
A very big win for Hasbro in porting a classic game to the modern world while still maintaining it's true roots. If you love old board games like it's original namesake, you'll really enjoy this refreshed version of the game.
I taught 3 friends in 20 minutes while playing 3 rounds(20-minutes each). The only one that didn't understand entirely after 3-games was my friend that had never played regular monopoly.
My other friends picked it up in the very first game.
It uses property, money, and action cards. Your goal is to play one of each, every turn. You cannot play more than 1 of each. Its a riot.
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Easy to learn, a lot of fun, fast (unlike the monopoly board game) and easy to pack.Read more