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Monopoly The Mega Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 164 customer reviews
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  • Bigger: Gameboard 50% larger than most boards. New Depots and Skyscrapers. $1,000 bills.
  • Faster: Special Speed Die and Bus Tickets quickly zip you to where the action is. Buildings appear sooner...and so do big rents!
  • Own it AllTM...and more! 7 more "States" join the game!
  • 2-8 players
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The classic game of Monopoly just got bigger and better!

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Everyone loves the timeless game-play of Monopoly. Now, with Monopoly: The Mega Edition, you'll be able to own more properties, build more buildings, handle more cash, and -amazingly- play faster than ever before!

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Product Dimensions 2.3 x 12.8 x 15.8 inches
Item Weight 3.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B000ITBYU8
Item model number 1104
Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #5,788 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#290 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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Awesome game!
My family and friends play it regularly.
Its not perfect. We had to make changes to a few rules to keep the game challenging and fair.

The bus ticket concept is great but it wasn't fully developed. Playing with the official rules regarding the "Bus ticket" was just to powerful and cheap. Games were won quickly and it made the game lopsided too often. We decided to nerf its usage.

The auction added great poker play to the game as long as property was still available. The rules surrounding the auction space when no properties were left to auction off was also under developed. That rule had to modified.

The speed dice can be great when you ignore the added bus and monopoly man rule.

We also felt that more community chess and chance cards should have been developed and added to the game to support all the new additions.
The extra properties added to the game are great along with skyscrapers and depots.

They could have added additional tokens also but nitpicking.

After our adjustments were made we feel that we can never go back to playing the standard monopoly game.
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this version added quite a few dimensions to a game that we in our house have been playing non-stop for over a year now. While the original monopoly is a staple, and we all know its subtilties (sp?), this game had all the flavors of the original and added a lot to the game. I dare say we might be playing a lot more of it in upcoming months. Highly recommended, however we have adjusted the rules a bit; the game seems to unfairly make the boardwalk property (usually not a great property) the single most important property. Look at the discussion section of this listing for rule changes that we have come up with to fix this problem. I'd like other opinions. - JL
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I grew up loving monopoly, and still enjoy it occassionally, but as an adult the strategy has become painfully obvious. Land on a property, buy it. Build houses as soon as possible. Pray the dice land right.

This edition adds a few minor changes that completely change the stategy for winning, while keeping the heart of the game the same. If you enjoy board games, this one is a MUST have!
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I definitely think this version of Monopoly has significant appeal and promise, but after having played it (with 4 players), I agree it can use some tweaking. Most of the negative feedback seems to be aimed at the speed die. While it certainly does speed up the acquisition of properties by all players and the subsequent likelihood of "crippling" rents impacting everyone's survival in the game, it also has a "down side". Once ALL the properties have been bought up, I feel that the speed die becomes counter-productive. A speed die roll (showing a "Mr Monopoly") now requires that a player's bonus move takes him/her right to the nearest property on which he would owe rent. And once the board becomes established, it is literally impossible for players to avoid potentially crippling rents on a regular basis (you never have a chance to land on YOUR OWN properties). Though the intent was to speed up the game (a good thing), players are quickly forced out of the game by inevitably landing on expensive rents every trip around the board, possibly before they themselves had much of a chance to build up their own assets! My suggestion would be to take the "Mr Monopoly" option out of the game, once all properties are bought up. Players will then only encounter landing on rents, "crippling" or otherwise from the roll of the dice (pips only) Players would continue to roll 3 dice every turn, only disregarding the "Mr Monopoly" side but continuing to act on the "bus ticket" side. Once ALL bus tickets have been drawn and used and eliminated from the game, only the 2 white dice are rolled for the remainder of the game.
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I am the best Monopoly player on the planet except for my Dad. I had my biggest fight with my wife in 10 years over Monopoly. There was a point that I could tell you rent with any number of houses of every property on the board. There - I have cred. The mega edition is really fun. Get over your purist-self and give it a shot. Especially if you have kids, games are much faster, and it has you spending more time on the fun aspects of the original rather that the drawn-out drudgery that can happen.
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My main interest in the Mega edition was the speed play option and dice. As advertised, the board is bigger and has additional properties for purchase. When playing the speed version, all three dice are rolled. Obviously, this increases the amount of spaces moved with each turn, and there are special characters on the speed dice with differing functions. I managed to roll the monopoly character rather regularly, which allowed me to move to the closest purchasable property... Until all properties had been purchased. At that point, I had to move to the closest property for which I would owe rent to my opponent. This did speed up the game, as I ran out of money quickly!

What I had not realized is the original monopoly has speed play rules in the directions. I had never bothered to look as I had learned how to play at an early age with adult oversight. So if the speed version is your appeal, perhaps check out the rules in the original monopoly and save a few bucks.

I must say it is nice to have a new twist on an old favorite, and some crisp $1000 bills and new new property cards made the old, used monopoly look rather shabby.
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