The most famous board game in the world!
Monopoly needs no introduction. Published for the first time in 1935, this essential board game, whose central theme is real estate transactions, has established itself over the decades as the biggest success in the gaming world.
The aim of the game is simple: players must buy, sell, build and speculate to make as much money as possible while forcing others into bankruptcy.
To be declared a winner, players will have to buy properties in order to get as rich as possible. The more properties they own, the more money they get.
Monopoly is a family game that requires good strategy and management while incorporating a dimension of luck and chance. This classic version is suitable for the whole family and will suit both adults and children.
Every year, Monopoly is one of the best-selling board games in France and in the world. The game has never stopped reinventing itself and is now available in several versions and editions (France, French cities, Nintendo, Fortnite, Cheaters edition, etc.).
How to play Monopoly?
A game of Monopoly is played in several rounds, with players taking turns. On his turn, the player throws the two dice, moves his piece along the course according to the value obtained, and then performs an action according to the nature of the square on which he is stopped:
Monoply is a game board with different squares on which the players move around, represented by their pawn. There are several types of squares:
Property squares represent avenues, squares, railways or public services. These are squares that the players can acquire to make their fortune.
Reward squares are places that will give the players an advantage. There are different Reward boxes, such as the Chance box, the Start box, the Community box or the Free Park box.
The Penalties boxes represent locations that players would prefer to avoid, such as the Go to Jail box, the Prison box, the Luxury Tax box or the Income Tax box.
The Simple Visit box: this is a neutral location, i.e. it has no effect on the players.
A game of Monopoly can last between 1 and 2 hours maximum. The game ends when a player is the last to not go bankrupt. He then has a monopoly (he owns all the properties) and wins the game.