|Number of Game Players||4 Players & above|
|Release date||1 November 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 - 99 years|
|Item model number||E8915000|
|Product Dimensions||4.14 x 40.01 x 26.67 cm; 400 Grams|
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Hasbro Monopoly Longest Game Ever, Classic Monopoly Gameplay With Extended Play; Monopoly Board Game for Ages 8 and Up,E8915000
- Keep on playing': think the original Monopoly game takes forever to play? It's got nothing over this edition of the Monopoly game! Longest monopoly game ever
- Longer gameplay: even bankruptcy won't get a player out of this Monopoly game! The game doesn't end until someone own Every single property and there are 3 versions of each in this board game
- Extra long game board: believe us when we say it's long. It has 66 properties. And there is only one die; No more doubles. So sit back and get ready for a long time to get around the board
- Fun family game: gather friends and family together to play (and playback play) this Monopoly board game. It ends when a player own 16 streets, 4 Railroads, 2 utilities, and all the properties
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Think classic Monopoly takes a long time to play? Say Hello to this edition! Featuring tortoise and Hare tokens, and the longest Monopoly game board ever with multiple properties, This is the longest version of the Monopoly game. A few different features in game play help make the game last longer such as No auctions allowed, and players get cash for landing on free parking. Run out of money? Just rip the bills in half along the dotted line. So pack a lunch, bring a change of clothes, and get ready to make it through Monopoly the longest game ever!the Hasbro, Hasbro gaming, Parker brothers, and Monopoly names and logos, The distinctive design of the game board, The four corner Squares, the Mr. Monopoly name and character, As well as each of the distinctive elements of the board and playing pieces are trademarks of Hasbro for its property trading game and game equipment.
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1) there are only 4 player pieces that are awful...a gold and silver Tortious and gold and silver hare. They are confusing!
2) the money is terrible. If you run out (which you will) it instructs you to cut the bills into quarters so you will be handling tiny bills plus there is no bill organizer for the bank. I ordered replacement bills so that we would not have to cut the bills and handle tiny bills.
3) also terrible is that they do not provide enough houses and hotels to play the game. It’s ridiculous so now I have to order more game pieces for that too. You would think that they would provide the materials needed to play the game. I hate writing negative reviews but this really warrants it! Soooo disappointing! Waste of money! Buy the time I buy the additional pieces needed to actually play this game, I will have over $40 into it! $20 for the game, $13 for additional money and $10 for extra houses and hotels!
The caveat, though, is when someone lands on a deed you own, they can simply pay rent or pay rent plus an extra ten bucks to take the deed from you.
So far, so good. Interesting twist. However. If a property is mortgaged, it can’t be swapped and obviously the player who owns it can not collect rent. Though, money is hardly a factor when the bills can be cut up (literally) to make more should you run too low and there are two go spaces in your travels as well as two free parking spaces. Even if you do manage to go completely broke, you still have to stay in play until you have money once more. So the strategy becomes simply to mortgage non-essential properties (or all of them) so no one can take them from you, meaning the game boils down to just going around the board with seemingly little-to-no stakes, hoping at some point someone will un-mortgage their properties so hopefully you land on it and can take it (though, why would you?)
It being so long wouldn’t be an issue if Monopoly at its core, what makes it so addictive and strategic, wasn’t gone completely.
Play a regular game (which can be long in and of itself) and actually enjoy yourselves.
The lying, cheating and often amazing amounts of boredom interspersed with moments of terror, will make you wish that this simulation called life will be finished shortly.
Recommended for people who think their family is too perfect a family unit and much easier to expose people's true beings than a bear fight to the death. You will look at your family in a different way after this has been played..
5 stars only because I made a conscious decision to buy this and don't like to admit my mistakes...
Despite having three versions of all the properties, owning one will also give you the other two versions of that same property, to which I asked myself "What's the point?". Luckily for me though, I have two other Monopoly boards with full sets of properties that I can use to make every single property independent of each other. This version of the game also only includes 4 player tokens, which is pretty lame. But again, I can just tokens from other boards, bringing me up to 24 total tokens.
The board itself is the star of the show though. It is huge with 66 total properties. What I especially like is that there are two GO spaces, two Jails, Go To Jails, and Free Parkings. To the average player this wont mean too much, but to those who know more of the strategy to these games, it is very exciting. Advancing to GO or getting stuck in Jail is no longer a reliable way of escaping high rent properties. Having each of the color districts split into three areas is great to have, especially when using the house rules I described.
What I really want to stress is that as a game, it has a lot of flaws. But if you know what youre doing, this is a fantastic board to enforce your own house rules and personal play styles onto.
The swapping of houses and hotels across the 3 properties you own from buying one seem interesting and definitely will require some strategy.
I am a monopoly connoisseur and collector so this was a fantastic add to my collection. I’m at about 12 boards now and plan to get at least 3 more this year.
This was one of the best gifts I got this year.