Parents' Guide to

Monopoly

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

True-to-classic game with pressure to buy add-on content.

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Monopoly

It's Monpoly;

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (1 ):

There's no need to tie up your dining room table for an epic real estate battle when you have this one installed. Monopoly brings all the fun of the classic game with a colorful board and some quick-play modes. There's sone interesting twists added like having all properties be auctioned so one player isn't guaranteed to collect every single space they land on. Unfortunately, you lose the tactile nature of moving your token around the board, and no one gets to lord their power as banker over the rest, but you also don't risk the cat eating one of your hotels. The app is handy for families on the go who spend lots of time in soccer fields, bleachers, or doctor's offices. The main drawback to this version is what feels like a lot of advertising for premium themes and their other apps. For a paid app, it's not ideal because you're constantly seeing promotions tossed at you during games or before you start a new match. And yet, it will be completely worthwhile for those who love the game, but can't convince anyone to go for another round.

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