Atari Monopoly 3 - PC

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Description
You can be a slum landlord, a millionaire or a big nobody as you make your way through the streets of Monopoly in this interactive, addictive game.
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Game Genre Simulation
Required Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows XP
ESRB Rating E (Everyone)
Media Format CD-ROM
Expert Reviews
Monopoly 3
4 Star Review  GameZone - Oct 8, 2002

Ah, money, property, power! Monopoly speaks to all these desires of ours in a true escapist form, which considering the state of the stock markets and other financial bad news lately, we all deserve. Monopoly has been released many, many times for various gaming platforms in many forms, the latest a strategy type game Monopoly Tycoon. Infogrames has now brought Monopoly back to the basic board edition with a few new features, mostly in the animation style of the game. As in previous multimedia editions, the basic essence of the board game is unchanged: Buy as much property as possible while traveling around the board, paying and collecting money from chance cards, community chest cards, rents and penalty spaces.

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Cute game, but the AI's have unfair advantage
1 Star Review     

Strengths: Graphics are nice. You can choose different cities to play.

Weakness: AI's always seem to win. Trading with the AI's is nearly impossible. I wish there were more features like being able to create your own city streets.

I bought this game by downloading it off the internet. Maybe the actual CD version is better. I have played this game a few times on each difficulty level and have NOT noticed a diference between easy, normal, and hard. In fact, I have never won (and have always been significantly behind the AIs). The only way I play this game now is if I'm playing against one of my friends here at the house (I couldn't get the "play online" feature to work). Unfortunately, I can't return it. I recommend buying the board game instead.

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Product Details
Description
You can be a slum landlord, a millionaire or a big nobody as you make your way through the streets of Monopoly in this interactive, addictive game.
Quick Glance
Game Genre Simulation
Required Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows XP
ESRB Rating E (Everyone)
Media Format CD-ROM
Summary
Product Title Atari Monopoly 3 - PC
Manufacturer Atari
Lowest Price $9.99 from Amazon.com Marketplace
Power Score 2.9 | 2 Reviews
Software
License Type: Full Product
General
Category: Entertainment
Class: Software-Entertainment
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Additional Specifications
Min License Size: 1 user(s)
Required Processor Class: Intel Pentium III Processor
Max License Size: 1 user(s)
Parent Retsku: B0000690P9
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Expert Reviews
Monopoly 3
4 Star Review  GameZone - Oct 8, 2002

Ah, money, property, power! Monopoly speaks to all these desires of ours in a true escapist form, which considering the state of the stock markets and other financial bad news lately, we all deserve. Monopoly has been released many, many times for various gaming platforms in many forms, the latest a strategy type game Monopoly Tycoon. Infogrames has now brought Monopoly back to the basic board edition with a few new features, mostly in the animation style of the game. As in previous multimedia editions, the basic essence of the board game is unchanged: Buy as much property as possible while traveling around the board, paying and collecting money from chance cards, community chest cards, rents and penalty spaces.

Read the full review »

User Reviews
Cute game, but the AI's have unfair advantage
1 Star Review     

Strengths: Graphics are nice. You can choose different cities to play.

Weakness: AI's always seem to win. Trading with the AI's is nearly impossible. I wish there were more features like being able to create your own city streets.

I bought this game by downloading it off the internet. Maybe the actual CD version is better. I have played this game a few times on each difficulty level and have NOT noticed a diference between easy, normal, and hard. In fact, I have never won (and have always been significantly behind the AIs). The only way I play this game now is if I'm playing against one of my friends here at the house (I couldn't get the "play online" feature to work). Unfortunately, I can't return it. I recommend buying the board game instead.

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