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Monopoly Revolution

Released on 01 August 2010

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Comment:"All orders received on weekdays by 2.30pm despatched by Royal Mail Second Class, Air Mail or Parcelforce the same day. Buy with confidence - PDK Ltd is a long established and reputable UK company operating PDK Board Games, PDK Fundraising and The Classical CD Exchange."

Monopoly as you have never seen it before. The circular board with all new graphics are introduced to celebrate Monopoly's 75th Anniversary. Monopoly has never looked so cool. Round is the new square, white is the new green'. sound is the new way. The Electronic Banking Unit with built in songs and sound effects will make this a Monopoly experience that you will love. The electronic unit holds a selection of music & sounds, which each relate to a Chance outcome. Some are good, some are bad so there's an element of luck built in too. Listen for the sound & read the scrolling screen to tell you what to do. You can also decide to risk it & take the chance yourself or give it to an opponent. It also has electronic banking feature, replacing the cash in the game with cards. For the first time ever a Monopoly Board game with sounds & music that influence your game play.

Travel around the Revolutionary board buying, selling & dealing in properties. The electronic unit and banking cards replaces cash in the game. Land on one of the 4 new Zone spaces to take a Chance and use the new electronic unit. Decide if you want to take a chance card for yourself or do you want the chance card to affect other players? It may be good or it may be bad - it's a risky business! Once you have decided which person it will affect, look at which zone they are in on the board - the cycle zone, the car zone, the rocket zone or the walking zone. Confirm it to everyone by playing the music that represents where they are on the board and then let fate take its role. Will you send them laughing all the way to Go to collect $2M dollars' Or will the sound of the Jail door slamming let you know you've made the right decision and sent them straight to jail? Don't want to risk a Chance card? Move to next unowned property and put it up for auction for quicker gameplay. If all properties are owned the great new Forced Deal rule allows you to switch a property you own with one from a player of your choice but you can't avoid the hands of fate for the whole game. Randomly the electronic unit will give out a chance card, and if it's your turn you know what to do.
  • Suitable for ages 8+
  • Requires 3 x AAA Batteries (not included)
  • Comes with:
  • 1 Gameboard
  • 1 Game unit
  • 6 Monopoly bank cards
  • 6 Movers
  • 30 Title deed cards
  • 32 Houses
  • 12 Hotels
  • 2 Dice and Instructions

customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Monopoly - what a Revolution!

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I came across this game on a shopping trip to Asda a few weeks ago, and thought that it was a brilliant idea.
I had always liked the Monopoly gameplay - having only ever been able to complete 2 games in my 21 years.
On the day we got this home, we opened it up - and then rushed to the store due to the lack of batteries - this is the ONLY let down of the game - using the card reader instead of cash makes the gameplay so much smoother and cleaner and there are no worries about loosing your money or keeping track of it - the bank does it for you!
Also - the cost of property in this game is a lot more realistic, whereby property is priced in its millions.
I love how the card reader plays music and randomly issues out chance cards.
overall - great game - we completed a game first night we got it!

 great family game

| | See all moomie222's reviews (1)

bought this for christmas and its brilliant cant remember last time we had such a laugh playing together as a family