|Number of Game Players||4|
|Number of Pieces||1000|
|Release date||1 August 2020|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 year and up|
|Item model number||E8978|
|Product Dimensions||4.09 x 40.01 x 26.7 cm; 798 Grams|
Hasbro Gaming E8978 Monopoly Super Electronic Banking Board Game, Electronic Banking Unit, Choose Your Rewards, Cashless Gameplay Tap Technology, for Ages 8 and Up
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- GET REWARDS BACK: Choose your rewards! Each token in the Monopoly Super Electronic Banking board game has a matching bank card that offers a unique reward by performing a certain action in the game
- BANKING UNIT: The Monopoly Super Electronic Banking board game features an all-in-one banking unit with tap technology that makes gameplay faster than the classic Monopoly game
- FLIGHT SPACES: Instead of purchasing railroads in this edition of the Monopoly game, players can choose to take a flight to any property on the gameboard
- GET INTO TRADING SPACES: Land on a Forced Trade space? Choose any property and immediately trade it for your choice of any other player's property
- GREAT FAMILY GAME: This Monopoly board game is fun for families and kids ages 8 and up. Get together for family game night and watch kids enjoy being in charge of their own banking card
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The Monopoly Super Electronic Banking board game features an all in one electronic banking unit, and amps up the excitement with unique rewards! Each player has a bank card that will earn them different rewards for gameplay: roll a certain number, land on a certain space, or purchase a particular property. Players can also choose to fly to any property on the board, and force another player into trading one of their coveted properties. There is no paper money in this game -- the cards and banking unit track each player's cash. It's an exciting game as players buy properties, collect rent -- and get rewarded for it! The player with the most money at the end of the game wins.
The Hasbro, Hasbro Gaming, Parker Brothers, and Monopoly names and logos, the distinctive design of the gameboard, 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.
Choose your card, choose your rewards! Players not only accumulate cash and properties, they can also earn rewards by buying a certain property, landing on a certain space on the gameboard, or rolling a specific number.
The all in one banking unit features tap and spin technology making the game fast and fun. There is no cash in the game; the unit keeps track of it all. Tap cards to buy, pay, and earn!
Each Monopoly token is paired with a matching bank card that will let players earn unique rewards throughout the game. What's your rewards power? Big Spender, World Traveler, Frequent Flyer, or Super Saver?
Earn the Most Money to Win
Players move around the board buying as many properties as they can. Collect rent and earn rewards along the way. When all properties have been purchased, the players with the most cash wins the game.
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By Anne on 16 October 2020
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There's many differences in this version of the game.
The game removes the clutter and hassle of having to deal with cash by using bank cards and a digital reader (requires batteries). The board itself also has less lots to purchase. The game also ends immediately when the last remaining lot is purchased. There are no houses or hotels to buy. These things made the game go a lot faster, for better or for worse.
Other differences are that the railroad is replaced by airplane, and the airplane industry is not a purchasable. The chance cards are also different. The game allows for 4 players max (the digital device only takes account of 4 players' games). There's some other minor differences.
Overall, we prefer the original game. Unless you're looking for a shortened version of the original game, or just want to experiment with something slightly different, then we would recommend against this purchase.
Reviewed in the United States on 6 September 2020