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This is just like playing on the real life board. And with different playing options, you can play with friends, strangers, and even the computer at varying difficulties. The app also allows you to customize the game for faster play more similar to how most of us would normally play with house rules. There are a few things I wish were offered. First, there’s no way to save a game, and if you exit the app even for just a few seconds you’re unable to resume the game. Second, in game chat would be a great feature for negotiating or reasoning trades, goading/swaying other players, and just general chat to make it more like the real thing. Third, it would be beneficial to be able to view the details of any space on the board even when it’s not your turn, so planning your next move amongst other things could be a bit easier. And while free parking has been a fun mystery of finding out how much is in it, when you choose to have winnable money there, it would be nice to be able to click on it and see what the “jackpot” is. All in all, the game has been every bit as fun as it always has been for me - the changes would serve to make it feel like my opponents are there with me and not on the other side of the screen. Definitely well worth the money spent.
It’s monopoly, just like you remembered in the classic board game, which is what I’ve wanted on iOS for a long time. After playing very frequently, I’ve been noticing some issues. 1. Dice rolls do not seem random. Quite frequently the computer rolls the perfect number to squeak by your hotels. It happens way too often. 2 when playing multiple computer opponents, if the first computer player on the list of players on the right side of the screen goes bankrupt, you can no longer purpose a deal with the other remaining opponent. It defaults to try to make a trade with the bankrupted player with no option to change it to the other player, so the only way to trade is to wait for the computer to strike a trade with you and then counter the trade. 3 when you get a card that says each player pays $10 for a birthday or whatever, the money never comes out of the players account. Maybe that’s because of the free parking rule. Not sure. 4 if you use up all of the houses so that there aren’t any more in reserve, and then sell a hotel, more houses Automatically appear. Seems odd. Being able to speed up the game instead of watching each and every animation would be appreciated.
I absolutely love Monopoly! I finally bought this game! (And I’m so glad they finally put it back in the App Store) My brother and myself are always playing it on the board, but after so long one or the other of us gets sick of playing it with only 2 people because all you do is hand money back and forth. So now we can play to our hearts content!! I remember there being a Monopoly in the App Store awhile ago and I absolutely loved it, but our iPad crashed and I couldn’t find another one until now. There is one thing that I loved about the old one that this new one doesn’t have and that’s is: while you are playing you could look and see how much % chance this certain lot would be landed on and by whom. For example, when I’m trying to build a house I’d look and see if the cat coming down the road would land on either Baltic Ave or Boardwalk, and the one with the greater % I’d build the house on. (I hope that makes sense) Anyway that’s about the only thing I’d change! And by the way, I LOVE that you do not have to be connected to WiFi to play!! Keep it that way!!
So I have had monopoly for like two weeks now, and the first week I was just playing against A.I. And getting a feel for the game, but recently I’ve been playing multiplayer. Now multiplayer is fun and all especially when I’m winning cuz I’ll have a few thousand and a row of hotels that bankrupt two other players. But then it’s always fun to just flash my wealth around and buy properties from the last player just so that it’s harder for them, but every time I do this (or just if I trade properties for money in general when someone’s bankrupt) it gets me stuck on the keep property mortgaged page. So I click unmorggage. Then I click it again. Then five minutes later I’m still spam clicking the button and I have to leave to solve the problem. I’ve tried everything I could but it always does this. Monopoly’s a great game and all but honestly I’ll probably just delete the game because it’s just annoying and frustrating when I have a hotel on boardwalk, all the railroads, and like 10 other hotels, while the other player has two properties left unmortgaged, then they win because the lousy game crashes on me. So just make sure you can actually handle monopoly on your device because I’m assuming it has something to do with that. Don’t wanna waste 7 dollars for a game you can’t even play.
Hello, I have played several games of Monopoly on this app. So far, the games have all been 4 players with 3 AI all on easy mode. All my games just so happen to go the same way. At first, because the AI is on easy mode, I to great! I’m usually the first to get monopoly while the AI is rolling decent and realistic rolls. This positive trend follows into the middle game up until the endgame. During the endgame, their is a switch. With 2 players bankrupt, me having a thousand dollars minimum 2-4 monopolies all with a few houses and hotels. The other player is generally just as good. But, something changes. For some reason the AI just so happens to just the correct numbers to avoid my hotels/2-4 houses...for like 6 rotations to the board... they literally almost never land on my properties when there is only one AI left. Me in contrary, is landing on every single one of their and gets all the chance cards which make me pay more. The chance cards they land on gives them money no matter what in the endgame. You cannot tell me this game is rigged against the player. Sometimes AI’s came back several thousands of dollars and ended up winning. The game while fun, is against the human player. If not, explain my experiences. “Which happened consecutively”
Developed by the Marmalade Game Studio.
Monopoly has 15 200 user reviews.
Monopoly has an average rating of 4.4.
The latest version of Monopoly (1.0.8) was released on Jan 14, 2020.
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Buy, sell and scheme your way to riches in MONOPOLY, the popular Hasbro board game and a timeless family classic enjoyed by over a billion people worldwide. The board game you know and love is available on mobile and tablets!
Experience the classic board game in a completely new way. MONOPOLY by Marmalade Game Studio on iOS brings the board to life with a beautiful animated 3D city and has been carefully designed for an effortless and interactive mobile experience the entire family will fall
in love with.
ORIGINAL BOARD GAME - Play the Hasbro classic solo or with family and friends
PREMIUM EXPERIENCE - No pay-to-win, no ad pop-ups, in-app purchases not necessary to play the full board game
CROSS-PLATFORM PLAY - Connect and play together on tablet and mobile devices
PREMIUM EXPERIENCE - No pay-to-win, no ad pop-ups
HOUSE RULES - Play with the most common house rules
QUICK MODE - Finish the board game faster than ever
SINGLE-PLAYER - Play against our challenging AI
OFFLINE MULTIPLAYER - Play together and pass the phone between turns
ONLINE MULTIPLAYER - Play a MONOPOLY game with people all over the world or create a private multiplayer game with your friends and family
FREQUENT GAME UPDATES - Experience new themes, tokens and special events
Are you ready to bankrupt your opponents in a game of MONOPOLY? Make your way around the board and BUY properties, COLLECT rent and BUILD hotels to become a landlord tycoon, just like the original Hasbro family board game.
Challenge up to FOUR PLAYERS OFFLINE on one device!
Now you can play a MONOPOLY game anytime and anywhere! You can play solo or in multiplayer mode. Try multiplayer offline with up to four players on one device (no wifi required). Alternatively, invite family and friends all over the world to play in online multiplayer. When you are ready to roll the dice, you can host a private multiplayer lobby or share a public game with MONOPOLY fans online.
Finish a game of MONOPOLY FASTER THAN EVER in QUICK MODE!
Worried a game of MONOPOLY will take too long? Use our new Quick Mode to complete a game as little as 20 minutes. You’ll spend less time in jail, build hotels sooner and end the game after the first player goes bankrupt. The richest player wins!
Includes all POPULAR HOUSE RULES!
Do you receive M400 instead of M200 when you land directly on GO in your family? Create a custom game with your family's favourite house rules. Other house rules include the popular free parking cash, no rent in jail, only auctioning or only buying for properties.
FAMILY-FRIENDLY and safe to play with kids!
We have made sure our MONOPOLY game is safe for kids and easy to play for the whole family online or offline. Just like the original board game, everyone can play it! Since the game is ad-free, you won't risk bumping into inappropriate ads. Plus with the private online multiplayer, you don't have to share a game with strangers.
LOCAL EDITION BOARDS, with familiar places!
Our game includes the largest number of localised boards any digital MONOPOLY game has ever offered. Play with a board from select countries and unlock the ‘Explorer Pack’ to discover different cities!
Recreate family games night!
Challenge your family and friends to a classic game of MONOPOLY. Craft the smartest strategy. Make alliances. Build your real-estate empire and destroy your opponents.
Let’s play a MONOPOLY game!
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