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Category: Video Games

Monopoly Casino (PC)

Monopoly Casino is a collection of 40 Monopoly branded virtual slot machines and other games with over 200 variations.

The disc includes slots, poker, roulette and blackjack among other tradition features of the Casino.

Players can also compete over the internet.

Released: 1999

Monopoly Tycoon (PC)

In Monopoly Tycoon, players still compete to try and bankrupt each other. The exception is the turn-based board game is lost. Instead, the game is played like Rollercoaster Tycoon. Building new businesses and trying to collect rent from them. Or if you are a solo-player, a challenge mode against the computer is available.

  • 2001
  • The Times Promo (2001)

This copy of Monopoly Tycoon was distributed for free in copies of The Times.

This game has one extra level compared to the original release. The goal of the ‘Times’ level is to be the first player to achieve 500 sales.

Players who complete this level will be given a code, which allows a free entry into a prize draw for a two-week all-inclusive holiday aboard a Silversea ultra-luxury cruise liner. Worth over £20,000.

  • Die Bild Promo [DE] (2002)

PC / Windows

  • 1993 Floppy
  • 1995 Big Box
  • 1997
  • New Edition – Big Box (1999)
  • New Edition (1999)
  • 2002
  • New Edition (2002)
  • 2008 (The Times Promo)
  • Monopoly 2 [DE] (2003)
  • Monopoly (New Edition) [DE] (2004)

Nintendo Consoles

  • Nintendo Entertainment System (1991)
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System (1991)
  • GameBoy Advance (2001)
  • EX-Monopoly [JP] (2001)
  • GameCube – Monopoly Party (2002)
  • DS – 4 Game Fun Pack (2005)
  • Wii (2008)
  • DS (2010)
  • Wii – Monopoly Streets (2010)
  • Wii – Collection (2012)
  • Switch (2017)

Retro Consoles

  • Amstrad (1985)
  • Spectrum (1985)
  • ZX Spectrum 48k (1985)
  • MSX (1985)
  • BBC (1986)
  • C64 – Leisure Genius Presents… Cluedo/Monopoly/Scrabble (1986)

  • C64 – Monopoly Deluxe (1988)
  • Atari ST (A.P.E.)
  • Amiga (Floppy Disc)
  • Virgin Mind-Stretchers (1990) – Spectrum
  • Amiga (1993)

Star Wars Monopoly

Star Wars: Collector’s Edition (1997)

This edition introduces 5 ‘Imperial’ coins, used as money, with a value of £1000.

Star Wars Classic Trilogy (1997) [US]

Star Wars: Episode 1 (1999)

1000 coins return

Star Wars: Episode II (2002)

Star Wars: Original Trilogy [USA] (2004)

Star Wars: Saga Edition (2005)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)

Star Wars (2015)

Star Wars (2015) [CA]

Star Wars 40th Anniversary Edition (2016) [US]

Star Wars (2017) [FR]

Star Wars: The Mandalorian (2020)

Star Wars: The Mandalorian (Collector’s Edition) [IT] (2020)

Star Wars (PC) (1997)

Star Wars (Special Collector) (PC) [USA] (1997)

World Cup (1998+)

Monopoly editions have so far been produced for four World Cups (1998, 2006, 2010, 2018). The 2002 World Cup did not see a Monopoly release. 2014 World Cup appears to be exclusive to Brazil. A video game version of the 1998 World Cup Monopoly was also released (logged lower down).

  • 1998

The base of the box is designed like a football pitch. It can be used as a dice tray

  • 2006

Chance and Community cards are replaced, in favour of Manager and Referee cards. This is different to the 1998’s cards which were Home and Away.

3 of the tokens return: ball, whistle and goal. The main token is the ‘golden boot’, which as its name suggests has a gold colour, compared to the regular grey for the other pieces.

  • 2010

Chance and Community cards are replaced, in favour of Half Time and Full Time cards. This is different to the 1998’s cards which were Home and Away and to the 2006’s cards of Manager and Referee.

Green stands and Red Stadiums replace the Houses and Hotels.

None of the sport themed tokens remain in this edition, instead the traditional 8 tokens are included.

  • 2018

This edition is in dual-language: English and Russian.

The 2018 World Cup edition has some differences compared to the previous versions. Firstly, most of the 1998 World Cup tokens have returned with a special 2018 mascot token.

Secondly, the Chance and Community Chest cards have been replaced by Full Time and Half Time.

Finally, the football-shaped dice haven’t returned.

It is also interesting to note, that no ‘Speed Die’ has been included and the relevant page in the rules has been replaced.

  • 1998 World Cup – PC Big Box

Monopoly Junior PC

  • Tesco – Easter Egg Promo (2000)

This copy was distributed with Monopoly Junior themed Easter Eggs at Tesco.

Otherwise, there are no changes to gameplay.

Comes with a £5 off voucher for the new PC Monopoly game

  • 2001
  • 2003