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  • Monopoly

    Monopoly is a board game in which players roll two six-sided dice to move around the game board, buying and trading properties, and developing them with houses and hotels. Monopoly is derived from The Landlord’s Game created by Elizabeth Magie in the United States in 1903 as a way to demonstrate that an economy which rewards wealth creation is better than one where monopolists work under few constraints, and to promote the economic theories of Henry George—in particular his ideas about taxation. It was first published by Parker Brothers in 1935. The game is named after the economic concept of the domination of a market by a single entity.

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    Monopoly is a commercial boardgame produced by Hasbro under its Parker Brothers board games imprint. It is a turn-based game simulating the real estate market, where two to six players vie for dominance. Since it was patented in 1935 by Charles Darrow, it has been played by approximately 750,000,000 players. In 2007, a Transformers version of the game was created, updated with a special collector's edition in 2009. Dreamwave art features heavily in this set.

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    • Transformers Monopoly (2007)
    Transformers Monopoly is a variation on the traditional Monopoly game. It is set in a Generation One micro-continuity.


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    Properties in the traditional Monopoly game are now locations in the Transformers multiverse. Utilities are computers, and railroads are now forms of transportation. Community Chest cards are now Autobot cards, while Chance cards are Decepticon cards. The four corners - go, jail, free parking, and go to jail - remain unchanged for legal reasons. Houses are now called energon cubes and hotels antimatter. The only difference in gameplay besides the name changes is that, upon rolling doubles, one can choose to use a 'special power' instead of moving again. What the power is depends on the allegiance of the character and which number was rolled.



    Characters



    The 2007 version of the game had six characters available:


    • Optimus Prime

    • Bumblebee

    • Jazz

    • Megatron

    • Starscream

    • Soundwave

    The 2009 collector's edition eliminates Bumblebee, Jazz, Starscream and Soundwave and adds:


    • Grimlock

    • Ironhide

    • Shockwave

    • Ravage

    Game Squares



    Locations


    • Mediterranean - Decagon

    • Baltic - Autobase

    • Oriental - Maccadam's Old Oil House

    • Vermont - Moon Base

    • Connecticut - Sonic Canyons

    • St. Charles Place - Shockwave's Tower

    • States Ave - Combat Arena

    • Virginia Ave - Kaon

    • St. James Place - Sherman Dam

    • Tennessee Ave - Decepticon Command Bunker

    • New York Ave - Dinobot Island

    • Kentucky Ave - Smelting pools

    • Indiana Ave - Well of All Sparks

    • Illinois Ave - Chamber of Ancients

    • Atlantic Ave - Junk

    • Ventnor Ave - Quintessa

    • Marvin Gardens - Nebulon

    • Pacific Ave - Unicron

    • North Carolina Ave - Iacon

    • Pennsylvania Ave - Autobot City

    • Park Place - Earth

    • Boardwalk - Cybertron

    Transportation



    • Reading Railroad - The Ark

    • Pennsylvania Railroad - space bridge

    • B&O Railroad - The Nemesis

    • Short Line - Transwarp Drive


    Other Squares



    • Electric Company - Teletraan I

    • Water Works - Vector Sigma

    • Income Tax - Cover Detected

    • Luxury Tax - Replenish Energon

    Money



    Money features pictures of Transformers, along with their Tech Spec mottos.


    • $1 - Bumblebee

    • $5 - Soundwave

    • $10 - Ultra Magnus

    • $20 - Starscream

    • $50 - Prowl

    • $100 - Megatron

    • $500 - Optimus Prime



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  • Monopoly Walkthrough

    Tips To Win at Monopoly

    The best way to win at Monopoly is to have a strategy and stick with it. The name of the game tells you that collaboration will never work; your goal is to bankrupt your opponents by owning the most valuable property on the board. That said, these tips will help you to come out ahead every time.

    Know the odds of the game. For example, most players make a complete lap around the board in five turns; you're likely to roll doubles once in those five turns (doubles happen about 17 percent of the time).
    Buy smart. Always pick up available properties if: (1) no other player owns one of the same group; (2) the purchase would give you two or three of the same group; or (3) it blocks someone else from completing a set.
    Remember that Illinois Avenue is the square most often landed on (not including Jail). The B&O Railroad also is among those most landed on; Go is the third square most landed on during the game.
    Railroads are better to own than utilities, but utilities should be purchased if the opportunity arises (especially if you can get both of them). Short Line Railroad is the least useful railroad to own because it is visited least often.
    Get out of jail quickly early in the game, even if you have to pay the $50. Later on, when moving around the board is more dangerous and could prove very costly, stay in jail as long as you can.

    When you build on your properties, get to three houses as quickly as possible. The rent raises significantly between two and three houses. For example, rent on Illinois Avenue jumps from $300 with two houses to $750 with three houses.
    If you're stuck with low-income properties, build to four houses quickly to create a building shortage, hurting other players' chances to build. 24 of 32 houses (or 6 of 12 hotels) could be tied up on just six properties.
    Avoid mortgaging properties where you own two or more of the properties. If one property in a group is mortgaged, you cannot build on any of the properties in that group.
    The second set of properties on all four sides of the board is a better investment. The houses and hotels on the second set of properties cost the same to build as for the first set of properties, but the rent is higher.
    The trio of orange properties is an excellent monopoly to own because of their relationship to Jail. A roll of 6 or 8 (two of the most common rolls) from Jail lands you on an orange.

    Monopoly Gameplay Tips

    Show no mercy. If a player is down or on an imminent downfall, eliminate him or her from the game. Luck plays too big a roll in Monopoly to risk a comeback.
    Don't forget that you can buy houses, make trades, etc., on your turn or between the turns of any other players. Take advantage of this timing to make quick moves.

    Enjoy the game and good luck!

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