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Monopoly review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Monopoly for Nintendo Game Boy developed by Sculptured Software and published by Parker Bros.

Monopoly – arguably the most famous board game this side of chess – struggles sometimes with obtuse rules, fiddly calculations, and a long playtime due to having to search for deeds, analyze the board state, and so on. A digital representation was welcome, and thus the NES (and later this Game Boy) version were met with enthusiasm in 1991. Though these early versions weren’t able to include the familiar “house rules” popular with most players, they did manage to teach the rules… even the ones no one could really remember.

This video review features video gameplay footage of Monopoly for Game Boy and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s TJ.

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21 thoughts on “CGR Undertow – MONOPOLY review for Game Boy

  1. This is my favorite video game port. Other ports are so sluggish with tedious animations and are almost unplayable.

  2. Sonic Monopoly, Street Fighter Monopoly, Simpsons Monopoly, Family Guy Monopoly, Spider-Man Monopoly…

    WHAT HAPPENED TO POKEMON MONOPOLY!?

  3. The ending theme music was always so satisfying. I only played it on NES. Any time you added more than one computer opponent, they'd conspire against you, trading all of their properties so they'd all have monopolies. They'd never trade with you either.

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