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Monopoly Party

Monopoly Party is a console version of the most popular board game, in which we play capitalist and accumulate fortune at the expense of other players. As in the original, a maximum of four players can compete against each other.

Party | Economic | Board & card | multiplayer | family

Monopoly Party cover

developer: Runecraft

publisher: Atari / Infogrames

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: common screen, players: 1-4

game release date:

29Oct2002

XBOX

11Nov2002

PS2

20Nov2002

GCN

Monopoly Party is a console version of the most popular board game, in which we play capitalist and accumulate fortune at the expense of other players. As in the original, a maximum of four players can compete against each other. The game offers two game modes: Classic and Party. The first one does not differ in the rules and conduct of the game from the original. The second mode is much more dynamic, and the game itself takes place much faster - all players throw dice at the same time, there is no division into rounds, which often significantly lengthen the game (especially with a large number of players).

The authors of Monopoly Party have made it possible for players to modify the rules of the game. If taxes are too low or we don't like auctions, we can change the rules as we like. The currency we use while playing can be EUR, USD or GBP. In addition to the classic game board known from the original Monopoly, we have the possibility to choose from four other: science fiction, prehistoric, fantasy or ancient. Each board is characterized by different street names, types of buildings and the appearance of pawns, and all elements are animated, making the board vibrant with life. The state of the game can be stored on a memory card, which is extremely important for this type of game.

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PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.

System requirements

Sony PlayStation 2

Sony PlayStation 2

Uses: memory card 8 MB, Multitap

Nintendo GameCube

Nintendo GameCube

Uses: memory card

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