CATEGORIES: Entertainment, Board Game, Games, Native
..UPDATED: 2/23/10, VERSION: 2.4.10 -- RATING: 3-1/2 Stars..
Fond memories of playing board games with siblings often comes to my mind. The classic Monopoly game back then was the best way to while away rainy days, or a long night waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve! MONOPOLY Here & Now: The World Edition is a newer twist on the beloved classic game, but just as good nonetheless. It is all about buying high-end world properties. I had not tried this game before, but it came to my attention as it was on sale, and BINGO...There you have it! Here are some of the exciting, fun features of MONOPOLY Here & Now:
- Use smooth touchscreen controls to Buy, Trade & Upgrade your properties for profit. Simply shake to roll the dice and swipe to stack your cards.
- Connive your way to the penthouse in a 3D, interactive playing environment with animated tokens.
- Play this cool game with up to 4 other people with Pass'N Play or WiFi Multiplayer.
- Enjoy your iPod music while while you make your fortune playing.
Do I hear a bid for Hotels in London? Or is that the sound of bull-fighting near the houses in Barcelona? Make your way across the world with this iPhone board game buying everything in sight! Vivid images and realistic sound effects all make the game enticing. Have a blast being a world traveler, and get back in the groove of high stakes property ownership with MONOPOLY Here & Now.
--OS and Age Rating: This app requires iOS 2.2.1 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip/Tutorials: Electronic Arts: Games on sale for 99 cents for 'No Work, All Play' event!
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Developer Link: Electronic Arts
--Twitter Link: @eamobile
--Facebook Link: EA Mobile
Visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:
MONOPOLY HERE & NOW
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