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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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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!
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The game definitely has the predatory Monopoly board game feel to it but instead of running for hours and permanently damaging feelings and relationships, games are usually over in 20 minutes leaving players wanting more. The object of the game is to collect 3 complete sets of properties. (When just the two of us, my husband and I might play to 5). Other players can demand money from you in the form of birthday presents, rent, etc and if not careful these payments may have to come out of your property collection if you run out of money in your 'bank'. Players can also steal your property but if you have a 'Just Say No' card you can cancel other players' demands. This game is pretty light on strategy - basically a lot of decisions are based on timing - but we still find the game oddly addicting.
Easy to teach others. Great game for multiple players but also plays well with only two players. Great travel game and light gaming fun for those nights you don't really want to pull out anything too cerebral. It's nice go between for us when we don't want to play anything so random as Fluxx but don't want to get involved in something more involved like Risk, Ticket to Ride or Battle Line.
The robot token was a nice touch (probably would have prefered a plastic storage case as a bonus instead) but we hardly ever play the board game version of Monopoly.
J/K we like this game. Beats the heck outta real monopoly.
That being said, this does seem like an older version: I feel like a version that my friend owns requires that a player pay 5 mil for Debt Collector, but this version says 3 mil. That's the only change I've noticed, and we end up just playing it as 5 mil anyways since its so much more devastating.
Two words of warning, if you don't like games that get aggressive and slightly mean, then this game isn't for you. Also, if you or your kids can't take getting completely beaten, then this game isn't for you. The good news is that there is enough dumb luck involved in the game that even my 8-year-old has handed me my a** on a silver platter and then danced around in giddy circles!
The game is challenging and fun enough for groups of adults to play (and would be a blast at parties). While it is most fun with 3-5 players, my husband and I have been having a great time playing it after the kids go to bed.
Lots of fun for highly competitive families that can handle losing.
Note: I suggest this for ages 8+. My 7 year-old daughter and niece couldn't quite get the hang of it but my 9 year-old jumped right in and had a ball.