Saturday, November 4, 2017

Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk From Winning Moves Holiday Gift Guide 2017

Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk from Winning Moves retails for $20.95. This game was originally introduced in 1985 as the first-ever monopoly “spin-off”! The world’s most popular real estate trading game. Met with great enthusiasm, millions of copies of advanced to Boardwalk were sold. Now, the classic game is back to entertain a whole new generation of bands. Advanced to Boardwalk is easy to learn, you will immediately be hooked as you compete to become the game’s top builder. Once you discover the skills necessary to thwart your opponents, you want to play over and over again on your quest for boardwalk domination. The object of the game is simple: players complete to build multilevel, high rise hotels along the historic seaside boardwalk. The player with the most valuable property portfolio wins.

Contents of the box 1bifold gameboard, 80 hotel units, 3 dice (2 standard dice and1 colored die), 20 property cards, 28 fortune cards, 4 plastic tokens (sailboat, baby buggy, roller skate, moped), illustrated instructions.
My Opinion: I love Monopoly so when I saw this game I knew I had to try it and I have never seen this version before even though it came out when I was kid. This is a great family bonding game that I used to play board games as a kid with my family delicious nice to get away from electronics and just play an old-fashioned board game. I had so much fun plan and look forward to playing again.

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