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Monopoly Property Trading Game (2007 version)

by Hasbro

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  • Classic world famous property trading board game
  • Move around the board buying and selling properties
  • A game of luck, chance and wheeling and dealing
  • Corner parts of the board, build houses and hotels
  • Suitable for 2-6 players
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Technical Details
Item Weight721 g
Product Dimensions27 x 26.4 x 5.2 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:6 months - 3 years
Item model number5011634440211
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Colorbeige
  
Additional Information
ASINB00005N5PF
Best Sellers Rank 4,186 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight839 g
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Date First Available23 Jan. 2007
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Amazon.co.uk Review

Move over every other game ever invented and make way for the classic board game by which all others are judged.

Monopoly is the absolute timeless family game. It's a game about strategy, chance, luck and ultimately about greed.

Invented during the Great Depression in 1934, Monopoly has since been translated into 26 different languages and has sold over 200 million sets worldwide. It's a small wonder that most people have grown up with Monopoly.

Monopoly, with its thrilling property-owning rules and objectives, is highly educational. For early Monopoly beginners of seven years, it encourages arithmetic skills. At the same time it teaches older players about money management, property management, basic economics, the art of negotiation and compromise (just how much are you prepared to trade for Mayfair). In many ways Monopoly also mirrors the lessons of life--chance and luck can throw even the best-laid plans astray, and if you 're not prepared to take the big risks you're unlikely to be life's big winner.

Yet Monopoly is also great fun and for some reason its simple rules don't tire or become dull from repetition--truly the mark of a timeless classic.

The only significant downside to Monopoly is that the full game can be a very lengthy event easily lasting hours.

Monopoly can be enjoyed by children as young as seven years old and will still thrill a 97-year-old; it is suitable for 2-8 players.

A perfect game of family fun on a rainy day, a long holiday or a cold winter night, Monopoly will probably be the most played board game your you will ever own. --Victoria Mackenzie


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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

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95 of 104 people found the following review helpful By A. Purkiss on 10 Feb. 2009
This is the original Monopoly and in my opinion, it is the best version. There are many different versions of this game (Star Wars, Here & Now, World etc) but I am very glad I chose the original one with its original London streets, property values and paper money. This product was very cheap compared to other online retailers, auctions sites and shops and I would recommend it to anyone.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By DB on 8 Nov. 2006
Its all down to the luck of the dice, failiure or success could be right around the corner. Will you end up in jail, or will you manage to get a monopoly and start on houses?

Admittedly Monopoly is very repetitive but there is such an element of risk when playing, should you put all your eggs in one basket and buy a hotel on Mayfair and Park Lane, or should you try and get a few houses on everywhere. The fact it relies on the dice means that everything is down to chance, one minute you could be down to £1 and the next you could have £1000. Anything can happen, nothing is definite, you're never out of it until you've gone. THE Beautiful Game!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tom on 14 Nov. 2012
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It's Monopoly, the game is as good as it has ever been. This product however is very cheaply made! You can justify that because it's cheap to buy, but I think I'd rather they spent a bit more making it and charged me a little more to buy it. Personally I prefered Monopoly when it was still made by Waddingtons and not Hasbro. They seem to have focused too much on releasing new fancy versions of the game with credit cards and such, which are less fun once the novelty wears off. For sure the basic, original version of the game is the one to buy, but if you can find it, buy the original made by Waddingtons instead of this cheap American reproduction! The thing I hate most about it is that pounds are now "monopoly dollars" -.-
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By David 7 on 15 Aug. 2012
I agree with what so many people have already said in that this game has all the original rules and therefore gives all the fun that the original Monopoly gave.
However, I was disappointed to find that the board itself now folds in quarters rather than the conventional half. The folds themselves are not very robust. This means that there will be increased wear and tear, shortening the life of this game. The manufacturers obviously did this to fit the game into a smaller box, but common sense tells us that the more moving parts you have in an item, the more problems you're going to get.
So, in summary, this game has all the original rules but now comes folded into a smaller box.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Patrick D. Carey on 24 Jan. 2010
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It's funny, but the only reason I bought this game really was because I enjoyed playing it so much as a child, and in my twenties. Now, however, I realise that the game is not only great fun but it has excellent educational value too. My seven year old niece was playing it recently and, although English is her third language, she had to read the instructions on the chance and community chest cards, and calculate the amount of change she needed after purchasing property or after paying rent for landing on other players' properties. The fact that she didn't even want to stop playing at midnight, says a great deal about the game's enjoyability. I think there are a couple of new pieces in the game now, (I don't remember there being a thimble or a wheelbarrow in the seventies version) and the houses/hotels etc... are a little less substantial than they were in the past, but it's still fantastic fun. I'm not sure about the speed dice though. As far as I can make out it makes you go round the board quicker, but surely that doesn't help you to acquire property any more quickly, so how does it speed the game up?
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Charly Dunning on 3 Jan. 2011
I played this game with a friend last night so I thought while the memories are still fresh in my mind I should write a review about :)

I definitely have to side with A G Purkiss and say that the original version of Monopoly is still the best version. The electronic board game version is very popular at the moment, but I played that version once and to be honest I really didn't like it. Instead of having a banker, you have those silly ATM's, which means you don't have to use your brain at all which for me defeats the whole purpose of the game.

Monopoly is a real classic and I wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't at least 1 in every 3 homes across the English speaking countries. Like Mark O'Brien said this game has stood the test of time. It's been the family favourite for well over 70 years now, and I'm sure in another 70 years it'll still be in the top 5.

If you've never played Monopoly before, here is a quick summary.

Each player starts at Go which a character of their choice (the most popular is the Car I believe) you then take turns at rolling the dice with the person with the highest roll going first and then moving around the players clockwise. After you've been round the board once you are free to start buying properties, and there are many to choose from. The best ones to buy are Blue, Orange, Yellow and Red. If you manage to accumulate them, you are well on your way to winning. If your opponent lands on a property you own, they must pay rent and visa versa. If you have managed to collect all the properties in a set (e.g yellow) then you may purchase houses for your properties, which means when your opponent lands on them they must pay double or even more in rent. The game ends when a player goes bankrupt!
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