By Electronic Arts
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**YOU VOTED & THE CAT’S OUT OF THE BAG** Thanks to the votes from YOU and thousands of loyal MONOPOLY Facebook fans from 185 different countries, the CAT mover is now available to play with in this latest update as well as in the classic board game version of MONOPOLY!
BUY, SELL & TRADE FAMOUS PROPERTIES
From Marvin Gardens to Water Works to Park Place, own and manage the famous holdings of the MONOPOLY board.
EMPLOY HANDS ON MANAGEMENT
Shake your device to “roll” the 3D dice. Tap the screen to manage your properties. Building hotels or taking a “Chance” is easy and intuitive.
CHOOSE YOUR LEVEL AND LOOK
Play through 3 levels of difficulty and save games in progress. Also customize the number of players, the “game rules,” and even the game environment.
FEELING MORE COMPETITIVE?
Challenge up to 3 friends via local WiFi and Pass ‘N Play Multiplayer, and up to 2 friends with Bluetooth Multiplayer.
PLAY WITH OTHER iOS FRIENDS
You can even play multiplayer games with friends who have MONOPOLY for iPad (just note that you’ll be playing the iPhone/iPod touch version).
So buy Boardwalk! Go directly to jail! Are you ready? It’s “GO” time!
User Agreement: terms.ea.com
What's New in Version 1.4.04
Hey MONOPOLY fans! We've made some behind-the-scenes updates to the game. Thanks for playing.
Fun game, hilariously infuriated reviews...
IMO; the dice are NOT rigged just because you can't seem to win. The "difficulty" seems to adjust the responsiveness of the AI (i.e. willingness to trade, if they buy themselves out of jail or wait, whether or not it plays dirty with auctions when my funds are low - kinda like a person) and that makes it fun and challenging... if your primary complaint is "I can't win", then perhaps it's time to learn to play more strategically. I am playing against the exact same AI and have both won and lost my share of games - frustrating as the losses can be.
If you think that the dice are rigged, I would guess you've never played repeated games of monopoly on a real, physical game board with another real, physical person that make you want to flip the board over and scream. Haha. Sometimes the rolls are ridiculous in real-life too, and they're not loaded. Sometimes I clean the floor, sometimes I lose terribly... same goes for playing against this AI. I've both won and lost - though I've won more than I've lost - and have played dozens of games... some games it does feel like the dice are stacked against me, but GUESS WHAT... that is how it feels in real-life Monopoly, too.
I get really frustrated, but it's a good time.
I have seen players complain that on the hard level, they think the rolls are not random. I can tell you from playing over 1000 games, this is a myth. The dice rolls are completely random. I have been on both the good and bad side of luck and I always play on the hardest level. I won a game when one of the Als captured all the other Als properties but with lucky rolls I still took him out. At higher difficulty levels, Al will be less likely to pass and put a property up for bidding, he will bid much higher for property and will require more money or property when you trade with him. But he will pay much higher prices when you sell to him. You can use these things against him. If you are low on cash and he has a lot, buy the property and then sell it at an inflated price or pass on it and have the Als start a bidding war to drain them of money so they cannot buy houses. But do not think that the dice rolls are rigged in favor if Al. It may seem that way when you lose, but it is merely Lady Luck and she smiles at Al as much as she smiles at you.
The game is back to a playable state and I'm glad that the community was able to let EA know of the issues so it would be fixed. It's back to being my favorite way of playing Monopoly and my favorite mobile game. Very polished and fun with friends! I don't know why people say that the game is rigged - it's all chance. The only thing that changes with AI difficulty is their decisions in trading and mortgaging properties. You skip properties just as much as they do and vice versa; it's all chance based and whoever is luckier with be on top. A very addicting game this one is and I'm pleased to give it a 5 star review again.
Review before update:
I've spent many hours over the years with this game and with the new iOS update the game is completely unplayable. The screen doesn't fit the game and you can't start a game. This app needs pulled off of the App Store until fixed or permanently pulled and have refunds issued to customers that recently purchased.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Nov 03, 2016
- Version: 1.4.04
- Size: 194 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
- Seller: Electronic Arts Inc.
- MONOPOLY © 2013 Hasbro. Game code © 2013 Electronic Arts Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.