Monopoly Super Electronic Banking

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Don’t hang your head… Make them pay!

Tired of losing at Monopoly? Here is the board game Monopoly for bad losers. This hilarious twist on the Monopoly game makes winners out of losers. Players earn money by doing things that are usually frustrating in the game, such as going to jail, paying rent, or going bankrupt. Those who are really on the brink of collapse can pick themselves up with the great Mr. Monopoly pawn that grants one player advantages over all other players. So start playing, take your long-awaited revenge and be glad you lose! With this game, a game night with the family will never be the same again. Comes in full color box. Suitable for 2 to 6 players from 8 years old.

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Monopoly Super Electronic Banking

Monopoly Super Electronic Banking

In this Monopoly variant, all transactions are per card.

Each player can also earn different rewards. Buy, rent, collect money… Whoever has the most money at the end wins the game. In addition to money and properties, each player can also earn rewards with their bank card. How? By rolling a certain number with the dice, by landing on a certain space or by buying a certain type of property. You can also choose to fly to any property on the board and force another player to sell one of his or her properties. The electronic banking unit monitors the transactions of all individual players. Whoever has the most money at the end wins the game! 3 AAA batteries not included.

The game monopoly is one of the best-selling board games in the world.

It is available in 26 languages. Since 1935, the year the game was released by Parker Brothers, more than 200 million copies have been sold. Special editions are also regularly published.

The object of the game is to build a monopoly, which players can do by buying up as many streets as possible. Any player who resides on a street must pay rent to the owner of that street. The streets are grouped into groups (color groups) of three (or two) streets. In many foreign versions they are streets in the capital of the country, but often they are also streets in different cities, which makes the group division more logical.

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Dutch, Dutch & French (Belgium), English, French, German


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