Monopoly, who doesn’t know it? The monopoly board game remains a true classic among board games. The aim of the game is to build a real monopoly by buying streets, building houses and hotels. By conquering real estate, make your opponents lose their money to you. It’s all about the money!

Different Monopoly board game Themes

There are many versions of the popular monopoly board game. Take, for example, a version of well-known films, for instance Star Wars, Lord of the Rings or the TV series friends. With these versions, the base game is almost the same, but the game is in a new theme and sometimes also have extra additions to the basic Monopoly board game!

The most popular Monopoly Board Games:

Monopoly classic board game

Choose a favorite Monopoly token, set it on the Go board, then roll the dice to own everything! Fans chose 16 Community Chest cards for this edition of the family board game… Has your favorite made the cut? This edition of Monopoly contains conventional Monopoly gameplay: to win, you must buy, sell, and trade properties. During the game, you get Chance or community cards can completely shift the game. Will they make a player wealthy, or will they send someone to prison? Are you looking for games to play at your next Family Game Night? Monopoly is a popular game for Family Game Night, and it’s a great indoor pastime for kids.

Monopoly Mega edition

The same classic board we all know and love, PLUS 9 new properties including 7 new states! In Monopoly the Mega Edition, you’ll be able to build skyscrapers AND the game will play faster thanks to the Speed Die – invented by Winning Moves! Winning Moves Games was founded in 1995, and is a leading producer of iconic board games, card games and handheld puzzles. With a talented group of designers, developers and marketers, our mission is to provide happiness to consumers by offering classic, retro, cool and fun games for play with friends and family. Monopoly The MEGA Edition is recommended for everyone ages 8 and up, for 2 to 8 players.

Monopoly Star Wars Complete

The board game Monopoly: Star Wars Complete Saga Edition is a galactic celebration of all three Star Wars trilogies wrapped into one. This game is a must-have for Star Wars fans, with gameplay inspired by the Star Wars universe and famous Star Wars artwork. Planets and droids are among the properties, and tie fighters and X-wings replace residences and hotels in this edition. The winner is the remaining person with credits after all other players have gone bankrupt.

Monopoly Avatar: The Last Airbender Edition

Imagine yourself as a member of Team Avatar, traveling through the four bending nations and wielding tremendous abilities to safeguard the lands from the Fire Lord! Players move across the board as Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph, Zuko, or Suki in this Avatar: The Last Airbender Edition Monopoly Board Game. The more properties a player can safeguard, the more rent they can earn. When all of the other players have gone bankrupt, the remaining person with coins wins!

Monopoly Jurassic Park Edition

Secure dinosaur paddocks and other regions, but watch out for the T. Rex, who doesn’t play by the rules! Build fences to protect paddocks from attack and charge rent to make money, but be prepared for property damage. When you activate the gate, you’ll hear the Jurassic Park movie theme song or a dinosaur roar, which will determine how much money you’ll get. When all other players have gone bankrupt, the remaining player with money wins. The game is also over if the T. Rex destroys all of the properties before they can be fenced in or repaired. Then everyone loses!


Monopoly Super Mario Edition

The Monopoly game’s Super Mario Celebration edition promises action-packed excitement as well as nostalgia. Choose from six tokens created specifically for Super Mario fans, then buy, sell, and trade locations from classic Super Mario games. It includes popular characters and themes from the first Super Mario Bros. video game, which was released in 1985. A Question Block with sound effects in the Monopoly game can change a player’s luck.


Monopoly Game of thrones 

In this Monopoly game for Game of Thrones enthusiasts, Game of Thrones meets the Fast-Dealing Property Trading Game. The game board, packaging, tokens, money, Chance cards, and game components are all based on the hit HBO show. Purchase as many Game of Thrones properties as you can as you go across the board. The more property you have, the more rent you may get from your opponents. When all other players have gone bankrupt, the last one with money wins. The Game of Thrones Monopoly game is a fantastic present for Game of Thrones fans.


The base rules of the Monopoly Board Game

Monopoly rules

Monopoly base rules

first the player that rolls the highest total on both dice goes first. Game play proceeds clockwise from that player.

During a turn, there are 4 main parts.

1) Roll the dice. Move the number of squares indicated. If you throw doubles, you take another turn after your turn is completed. Each time you pass ‘Go’, collect $200 from the Bank.

2) Buy properties.

You may buy any property from the Bank that you land on if it is not already owned. If you do not purchase the property, the Banker auctions the property to the highest bidder.

Some people chose not to use auctions, only allowing properties to be purchased as they are landed on.

3) Building.

You can only construct if you hold all the attributes in a color group. All properties in a group must be built to the same standard. A single structure may be placed on a single property, however two buildings may not be placed on a single property unless all other properties in the group have one building (even build rule). Except for utilities and railroads, which cannot be developed, every land can have a total of four residences.

To put a hotel on a property, all the properties in the group must have four homes. When a hotel is built on the land, the houses are demolished. All buildings are purchased from the Bank.

4) Complete necessary actions.

Pay rent as determined by the Title Deed for the property you are on. Pay Income Tax to the Bank ($200 or 10% of your total assets). After that, draw a Community Chest or Chance card and follow the instructions. These cards are returned to the bottom of the pile when the action is completed.

Money to Pay Rent, etc

The rules of Monopoly state, if you do not have enough money to pay Rent or other obligations during your turn, you may choose to sell houses, hotels, or property. Buildings may be sold to the Bank for one-half of the purchase price. Buildings may not be sold to other players. Unimproved properties (including railroad and utilities) can be sold to any player for any amount.

Unimproved properties can also be mortgaged to the Bank for the value mortgage value printed on the Title Deed. No rent is collected on mortgaged properties. To lift a mortgage, the player must pay the Bank the mortgage amount plus 10% interest. Players retain possession of mortgaged properties. If that player chooses, he or she may sell the mortgaged property to another player for any price. The property would remain mortgaged, and the new owner would have to pay the Bank the same mortgage + 10% to lift the mortgage.

Winning the Game

You may choose to end the game at any moment and calculate each player’s overall worth (including buildings and all property worth). You can also choose to continue playing until all but one person is declared bankrupt. When a player owes more than he or she can pay, bankruptcy is the result. Depending on whom the current debt is owed to, you must turn over everything you own, including money and title deeds, to the Bank or another player.

Any player who declares bankruptcy is removed from the game. Monopoly’s rules state that the player who has the most money at the end of the game wins.