Side 1 (Slums in between Go and Jail) take one drink if you land on it and it is owned Side 2 (Between jail and free parking) take two drinks if you land on it and it is owned. Side 3 (Free parking and Go to jail) Take three drinks if you land on it and it's owned. The green ones are four drinks and Boardwalk and Park place are 5 drinks. For every house on the property take an additional drink and a hotel is 5. If you land on a "bad" spot you take one drink and a "good" spot you give out one. Same thing with the chance adn community chest cards. Utilities is one drink per number on the dice, two utilities is double. If you land on free parking then you give out one drink per $100, rounded up. Landing on Go you give out two drinks.
I think that I got all of the rules. And one drink isn't like a full beer, its a gulp or so.
Theresa computer monopoly. It was a freebie with Kelloggs or some thing. Its finishable. I think I've only finished the board game once and that was left on the floor for a long time. I'd never be able to do that now the girls would kill it
In honor of Monopoly's 75th Anniversary, Hasbro is releasing MONOPOLY: Revolution Edition. What makes it new? A circular board, plastic pieces and an "electronic game pod" that plays music and keeps track of the money. So long, paper currency.
Also different are the dollar amounts: $200 for passing Go? P'shaw. That'll be $2 million, now.
You can still play as a dog or a shoe, but instead of the cool metal pieces that were actually shaped like a dog or a shoe, you get a clear plastic piece with an image of a dog or a shoe on it.
The "electronic game pod" will act as the banker (no more cheating), and will also play sounds like the rattle of a jail door closing, as well as songs both current (Rihanna's "Umbrella," Daniel Powter's "Bad Day") and classic (Elton John's "Rocket Man") according to materials provided by Hasbro.
The regular version of Monopoly will still be sold, according to a report on Gizmodo.
Monopoly fans already had a lot of choices to make. Those desperate to ditch the paper money can already pick up Monopoly Electronic Banking Edition. Then there are the numerous branded versions, such as Nintendo Monopoly, Monopoly Clone Wars (as in "Star Wars," in case you didn't know), and even the Monopoly video game for the Playstation 3. Gizmodo's John Herrman suggests that if you really want the ease of not dealing with cash, the video game route is probably the way to go.
Still, a quick perusal of the many Monopoly versions shows that the most revolutionary thing about this new edition is the round board. Look at the photo. It just looks like a different game.
MONOPOLY: Revolution Edition will be available this fall for a suggested retail price of $34.99, according to a company spokesperson.
I like Monopoly City because whenever I play with my brother and friend, I get what I call a death pit, where I have max buildings, skyscrapers, and sometimes the monopoly tower. They end up losing on either the first or second time they land on my property. Oh and I do it on the cyan, the weird burgundy color, and the orange. I win every time.
A very funny video if you like monopoly. There's a disclaimer about swearing at the start but what's important is that they start trading their cards and property. It's the improper way of playing the game but honestly, it always happens to me and my friends!