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Monopoly Junior - My First Monopoly Game - 2 to 4 Players - Kids Board Games & Toys - Ages 5+
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- The Monopoly Junior game allows kids to earn money the fun way. The game is like the standard Monopoly game, but it's fast, simple, and accessible for younger players. Kids choose their favorite Junior token--Little Scottie, Little Hazel, Toy Boat, and Toy Car--and learn how to pass Go, buy properties, and collect rent. Once another player goes bankrupt, the player with the most money wins the game
- Players move their adorable character tokens around the board, buying kid-friendly properties such as the ice cream parlor, the toy store, and the skate park. It's so much fun for them to place a "sold" sign on their very own property. Chance cards reveal unexpected bonuses, but watch out! They can also make a player pay when least expected. Single banknotes keep the transactions fast and easy
- Kids can make their own decisions and experience the ups and downs of real estate with the Monopoly Junior game. Kids will be able to collect cool properties, make others pay rent, and try to own it all. Once any player runs out of money and can't buy an unowned property, pay rent, or pay a fine, the game is over. The remaining players count their money, and the person with the most money wins the game
- Easy rules use single dollar bills for simple transactions
- Game Includes: gameboard, 4 tokens, 20 Chance cards, 48 Sold signs, 90 banknotes, 4 Who's Your Token? character cards, 1 die & game guide
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Monopoly games have been entertaining families since 1935, and with the fast and fun Monopoly Junior game kids can join the roller-coaster ride to success. Players pass Go, take a Chance card, and own the property of their dreams…or they might end up in Jail. Whatever happens, it's fun all the way to the top! The Monopoly Junior game allows kids to earn money the fun way. The game is like the standard Monopoly game, but it's fast, simple, and accessible for younger players. Kids choose their favorite Junior token--Little Scottie, Little Hazel, Toy Boat, and Toy Car--and learn how to pass Go, buy properties, and collect rent. Once another player goes bankrupt, the player with the most money wins the game. The Hasbro Gaming, Parker Brothers, and Monopoly names and logos, the distinctive design of the gameboard, the four corner squares, the Mr. Monopoly name and character, as well as each of the distinctive elements of the board and playing pieces are trademarks of Hasbro for its property trading game and game equipment Players move their adorable character tokens around the board, buying kid-friendly properties such as the ice cream parlor, the toy store, and the skate park. It's so much fun for them to place a "sold" sign on their very own property. Chance cards reveal unexpected bonuses, but watch out! They can also make a player pay when least expected. Single banknotes keep the transactions fast and easy. Kids can make their own decisions and experience the ups and downs of real estate with the Monopoly Junior game. Kids will be able to collect cool properties, make others pay rent, and try to own it all. Once any player runs out of money and can't buy an unowned property, pay rent, or pay a fine, the game is over. The remaining players count their money, and the person with the most money wins the game!
From the manufacturer
Monopoly was first published by Parker Brothers in 1935. In the classic game, players roll two six-sided dice to move around the game board, buying and trading properties, and developing them with houses and hotels. Players collect rent from their opponents, with the goal being to drive them into bankruptcy. Money can also be gained or lost through Chance and Community Chest cards, and tax squares; players can end up in jail, which they cannot move from until they have met one of several conditions. The game has numerous house rules, and hundreds of different editions exist, as well as many spin-offs and related media. Monopoly has become a part of international popular culture, having been licensed in more than 103 countries and printed in more than 37 languages.
Kid-friendly Locations in Monopoly Town
Players land on kid-friendly spaces in Monopoly Town such as the Ice Cream Parlour, the Skate Park, and the Zoo, as they buy up properties, collect rent, and discover their fortune.
Choose Your Favourite Junior Token
Features Little Scottie, Little T-Rex, Little Penguin, and Toy Ducky tokens.
Have Fun Counting & Collecting Monopoly Money
Kids can have fun counting and collecting Monopoly money to win. The player with the most money after any other player goes bankrupt wins!
|Monopoly Speed||Ms Monopoly||Monopoly LOL||Monopoly Cheaters||Monopoly Voice Banking||Monopoly Lion King|
|Game Time||< 10 min||Extended||Quick||Extended||Quick||Extended|
|# of Players||2 - 4||2 - 6||2 - 4||2 - 6||2 - 4||2 - 6|
|Iconic Locations||UK||UK||UK||Location from The Lion King|
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The good: Game play is fast with a couple of variations for more patient players. The numbers are easy (purchase price and rents are the same, no buildings) and rent is doubled for a pair. The chance cards are generous at the beginning (lots of free properties) but become more dangerous as the game goes on.
The bad: Not much. My only niggle is the quality of the paper money. It is both very thin, and very sticky. This was brought into focus by playing an old game of Totopoly which is at least 35 years old. The money from that has aged well, and still has a good feel to it.
Verdict: Buy it! I nearly bought the young version of Game of Life but changed to this after reading various reviews. This game is my best Amazon purchase in a long time and we enjoyed some fantastic quality time together.
They love it! Quickly grasped the concept of buying property and enjoyed having their own money and taking the role of banker. Lots of exciting properties to buy like the zoo and ice cream parlour. Game is engaging enough that adults don't get bored and as it's over when the first player runs out of money the games aren't too long.
Four chunky player pieces and easy cardboard tabs to denote property ownership. Rent doubles if you own two properties of the same colour. No building houses as in the classic version which keeps it simple.
Only criticism would be the money - it is grey, only printed on one side and is only one denomination. It's a shame it is not more colourful and varied like the classic game - if children can recognise numbers to play they can deal with higher denominations. Also likely it will wear and become damaged quite quickly.
I highly recommend this for younger kids. My daughter can play normal monopoly but she needs constant reminding about things. With this she just gets it and it helps with basic maths too. The game is also not simplified so much that we cannot have fun with it as well. We play as a family and we can be competitive but fair with each other.
To rectify this i used some sticky velcro tape and put a small piece on each card and resting place on the board. Now they stay fixed for the duration of the game
I get this game is junior monopoly, but the game has been dumbed down so much it is essentially toddler monopoly. The game features only one note ($1). This means the math is just too simple, we wanted to use monopoly as a way of helping teach basic math. The usage of character tokens over houses is also a bit poor.
I have found the "simplification of the game" has resulted in a game which is really lacking for any children over 5.
We've played it together a couple of times and they've done a fantastic job of simplifying an old classic for a younger audience.
There are only £1 notes and the rent for each property is the same as the price to buy printed on the board, so no property cards. There are also no houses/hotels, if a player owns a full set the rent is doubled.
These adjustments not only make it easy to play, but much quicker too! We average around 25 mins a game, and that's with my son's inability to keep still, so could probably be finished much faster, especially if you add more players.
The game last slightly less time than the standard board game around 1hour for 3 of us,
My 3year old was a better age . I would say it’s more suitable for preschool/year one than older junior children.
Good quality packaging, item arrived on time.
We spent hours playing it with 2 adults and 2 children aged 7 and 8.
Was the first time introducing them to this, as felt the original monopoly wouldn't appeal to them.
This is a good introduction to the original monopoly.
Really fun and easy to play.