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Anti-Monopoly Game Travel Tin

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CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

An update of the monopoly folk game invented by Elizabeth Magie 100 years ago. It's a twist right out of today's headlines: free market competitors clash with ruthless monopolists. In Anti-Monopoly, players are divided into competitors and monopolists before the game starts. The two types of players then follow different rules in their quest for big money. It is this idea of movement and choice which allows Anti-Monopoly to be the first and only game in history which clearly distinguishes between the actions of competitors and monopolist.

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111711

25B170CA

794764014877

01487

0.6 pounds

7.5 x 4.5 x 1.8

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University Games 1001232Anti-Monopoly Game Travel Tin
 
3.0

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3.0

NOT Monopoly. VERY SMALL! Cheaply made

By Chad78

from St Louis, MO

About Me Avid Gamer, Collector, Thrifty

Pros

  • Collectable
  • Portable

Cons

  • Cheap
  • Not Monopoly
  • Poor Quality
  • Tiny

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  • Board Game Collectors

Comments about University Games 1001232 Anti-Monopoly Game Travel Tin:

TL:DR - The board is TINY. The parts are cheap. It's like a cheap Travel Edition.

I bought this on Amazon, so my review is the same from there.

Let me start by saying I'm a Monopoly collector, and when I saw this I had to have it. To be clear, this is not a Monopoly game. I knew that going in, but I don't want people buying this thinking it is Monopoly.

Now, it is very similar, but with a twist, different players play by different rules. I haven't actually gotten a chance to play it yet, so I am not sure if the game itself is any fun or not - it seems very biased in favor of the monopolists (see reviews of other editions of Anti-Monopoly to clarify that - or search Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Monopoly ).

The board itself isn't more than 8" x 8" (to put that in context, a standard Monopoly board is 20" x 20"). All the parts are tiny - the property cards, the money is super small - maybe 1" x 2" - a little bigger than two postage stamps side-by-side. There are no "Chance" style cards - there is one card that lists the different bonuses/penalties for landing on the Competitor/Monopolist spaces, (which ultimately may be a good thing since those cards would be super small and hard to keep up with as well).

The weird thing is, the movers (tokens, pawns, player pieces, whatever you call them) are NOT small. They are normal sized. But they are cheap plastic pawns. They look more like Sorry pieces than Monopoly pieces. The bases of them are actually slightly bigger than the spaces on the board. The "Houses" and "Hotels" (which are called that in one place, but called something else in the instructions) Are literally pop-out squares of colored foam. They actually ship them still in one big block (one per color) and you pop them out to use them. It's sad. If you do plan on using this as a travel game as I assume it was intended - make sure you pop those out BEFORE you get on the road, otherwise, they will fly all over the vehicle.

I can't really recommend this to anyone other than collectors looking for an odd-ball add-on to their collection. If you actually want to play Anti-Monopoly get a full-sized version. The parts may still be cheap, but you are less likely to lose them if there is a gentle breeze.

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