MONOPOLY ELECTRONIC BANKING GAME

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The latest monopoly games comes with electronic banking which is convenient in doing the transaction. Its a family game where we had alot of fun laughing and teasing each other. It took us hours of play but at last we sold off all our properties to cash to see who was the riches person. The game was so interesting that we skipped our dinner time  and ended up having only supper. I would personally encourage families, friends and even kids to get togather for an activity that brings loved ones closer and at the same time mingle around.

Today, MONOPOLY is the best-selling board game in the world, sold in 103 countries and produced in 37 languages including Croatian. But where did the MONOPOLY game come from? How did this phenomenal pastime get its start?

It was 1934, the height of the Great Depression, when Charles B. Darrow of Germantown, Pennsylvania, showed what he called the MONOPOLY game to the executives at Parker Brothers. Can you believe it, they rejected the game due to “52 design errors”! But Mr. Darrow wasn’t daunted. Like many other Americans, he was unemployed at the time, and the game’s exciting promise of fame and fortune inspired him to produce the game on his own. With help from a friend who was a printer, Mr. Darrow sold 5,000 handmade sets of the MONOPOLY game to a Philadelphia department store. People loved the game! But as demand for the game grew, he couldn’t keep up with all the orders and came back to talk to Parker Brothers again. The rest, as they say, is history! In its first year, 1935, the MONOPOLY game was the best-selling game in America. And over its 65-year history, an estimated 500 million people have played the game of MONOPOLY!

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