Monopoly Here & Now Board Game

Own the world’s favorite cities in this Here & Now version of the fast-trading property game, Monopoly!

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Own the world’s favorite cities in this Here & Now version of the fast-trading property game, Monopoly! The jet-set gameplay will be epic as you race around the world to visit the world’s most exciting places and buy locations. Every time you add another stamp to your passport, you get closer to the globetrotting win!

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Includes 1 gameboard, 4 tokens, 4 passports (plastic), 42 passport stamps (plastic): 22 location stamps & 20 first class stamps, 14 Chance cards, 14 Here & Now cards, 1 money pack, 1 banker’s tray, 2 dice, and game guide.

• Here & Now version of the classic Monopoly game is world-class property-trading fun
• Gameboard features exotic locations like the Sydney Opera House and the Eiffel Tower
• Buy locations and stamps for your passport
• Ages 8 and up
• For 2 to 4 players.

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Monopoly Here & Now Board Game is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 66.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Old Dog New Tricks I found the newer cities around the world, very interesting. There are only four game token, so no choosing from extra pieces. We did find the passports a bit confusing at first, tho. Instead of cards for the cities, your get stamps "chips". These are placed as you play, into a coin like holder ( in the passport ) to fill. Playing with the dice is the same, going around the board is the same, but the cards for drawing are different and interesting. The board seems a bit smaller than regular monopoly, but it doesn't detract from the playing at all. You still handle money through the banker, but the amounts are really different and it takes a bit of getting used to. We have played regular monopoly for many, many years, so this newer version was a treat, albeit, the handling of the pieces differently. Chips are also used for increasing city values instead of houses and hotels. The gamer tokens represent cities from around the world, Eiffel tower, Sphinx, Statue of Liberty and Big head from Easter Island. You travel around the world and gain new information as you play the game. You need no electricity. It is smaller making it easier to pack and seems like less game pieces and cards to fiddle with. All in all, a very nice newer more compact version of a familiar board game that you can take anywhere. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great family game A nice update on the traditional monopoly. Also fun way to introduce some geography to kids!
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun game for geography lovers! We have few versions of Monopoly at home and this was another great addition to our Monopoly collection! My 6 years old is very interested in geography and was immediately curious about this game and about the cities and countries mentioned in it. The aim of the board game is to collect passport stamps as the player "travels" around the world one dice throwing after the other. The first player to fill his/her passport wins. The game includes 4 tokens: a Sphinx (Egypt), a Moai (Easter Island), a Statue of Liberty (USA) and the Eiffel Tower (France). You will recognize the usual Monopoly cash and "Chance" cards plus this game has "Here and Now" cards which one picks up and keeps them secret till they can be used against other players or to get ahead of them. Instructions are clear and easy to follow, do a first play-try and then you will understand the game right away. At the end of the play guide there is a list of 50 cities and a brief facts-description is provided for each one, my son loved to read each single one and now he proudly talks about these worldwide cities and asks more questions about them. The starting age for this game is 8+ years but a younger child can easily play, too. We always loved Monopoly because it helps teaching kids counting, adding and subtracting money but this version of the game also teaches geography so it's a really great learning game. Also, it's a made in USA toy! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Monopoly Here & Now World Edition Fun Fast Game This is a review for the Monopoly Here & Now Board Game by Hasbro. It has 4 new icons that you use to play the game with. The new icons were voted on by people around the World. The winners are: The Statue Of Liberty, The Eiffel Tower, The Sphinx, and Easter Island Moai. Check out the side of the Monopoly box for more information about each icon. There are some cool facts about each one. We set the game up, read the instructions, and were ready to play within 10 minutes. The rules are very easy to understand and follow. The object of the game is to be the first person to fill your passport up with stamps. You accomplish this by buying stamps of the places you land on such as Madrid for $60.00, Queenstown for $100.00, New York for $160.00, or Santiago for $300.00 The more money the stamps cost, the larger they are and will fill your passport up faster. If another player lands on one or your places, they have to pay you a visitor's fee. You can also buy what is called a First Class stamp for $100.00 if you land on that space and add it to your passport. The Monopoly Here & Now World Edition has the traditional Collect $200.00 when you pass GO, Chance cards, Free Parking, and of course everyone's favorite Go To Jail space. The dice have one thing different on them which is called The Sneaky Swapper. If you roll a Sneaky Swapper you can switch your last passport stamp with any other player but then you can not move. You also have the choice to move as normal using the number of spaces on the other die. The Sneaky Swapper counts as a 1 when you are rolling the dice for the Chance card actions. This game also has some cards that are called Here & Now cards which can be used almost as your own secret weapon. You are given 2 of them at the beginning of the game and you also can earn more of them if you land on the space. You can use them at any time and there is no limit to how many of them you can use during your turn. Here are a couple of examples of what is on the Here & Now cards: Brussels - Snowstorm grounds all flights! Remove the last stamp from ALL players and return them to the board. Tallinn - The embassy comes to the rescue. Get out of Jail free! Paris - Luckily you have travel insurance. Just say no! Stop another player's action against you. You can tell that these cards can be used to help you win this game!!! When setting up a new game to play each player receives 2 - Here & Now cards, 2-$500, 4-$100, and 5 - $20.00, a token, and a passport. The youngest player goes first and the play continues to the left. The game can be used by 2-4 players and is for age 8 and up. We played our first game which lasted about 10-15 minutes. I won!!! We only had 2 players and I think it would have been a better and more fun game to play with more people. It is much easier to win at this game than the traditional Monopoly. I would give this Monopoly Here & Now World Edition game 3 out of 5 stars. It is fun, but the game is over too soon. I miss having the houses to buy and rent out. There is just something about seeing those little houses on that game board. I did enjoy this game but not as much as I would have liked, even though I did win :o) It would make a good edition to your game collection but it is not the regular Monopoly. Enjoy!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Monopoly World Edition Here and Now Yesteryear it was little green houses and big red hotels,and a million dollars could last a lifetime . Welcome to the real world,"The Here and Now".Travel around the world (around the Monopoly board) land on one of 50 cities of the world,learn a bit about the its history,listed in the instruction booklet,and purchase the corresponding location stamp add this to your passport, and if and when someone else lands on it ,they pay a tourist fee. During the game there can be ups and downs trying to be the first player to fill their passport.There are chance cards,and Here and now cards that can change the course of the game.You can still wind up in jail,and not get your money for passing go,and there is a trick when a certain die is rolled.This is a fun, fast paced,hustle bustle game just like Here and Now.Great fun times for friends and family. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loads of fun Another great game from monopoly and quite different from the original, i definitely choose this one over the original because it finishes
Date published: 2016-12-27
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