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You are a budding real-estate magnate looking to make it rich. You roll dice and move around the board, buying up properties and charging rent to the other players who land on your properties. The only player left who is not broke at the end of the game wins and gets his final net worth dollar amount on the high score list.
As in the famous board game, each player starts with $1,500. You get to choose which piece you would like to be from a small pictorial menu at the start of the game. All the Monopoly pieces are represented, from the man on a horse to the top hat. But these pieces are represented in color, both next to the player's name and as the piece moves around the board.
Your computer opponents in this game can discuss deals and make strategies behind your back. You can adjust their skill, from beginner to expert, and add in a wide variety of "home rules," such as collect $400 when you land on "Go." ~ Lisa Karen Savignano, All Game Guide