In my opinion the original board game needs nothing added to it but in today's gaming age board games in their basic form no longer offer sufficient excitement to keep a younger audience occupied.
Buildings and structures like Houses, hotels, avenues, parks and so on are something to be expected in this kind of game. Just like the board game, you should also expect certain events like collecting money, bribing officials, going to jail, and a whole lot more.
This game has been in the world for 70 years now and is still widely being played by children of all ages. So, to make things more fun, EA has released their version of the game on Wii. The main question now is Â“is it properly presented since its just a boar game?Â” or Â“can a story line be made on this kind of game?Â” Well, the answer is yes and yes. ItÂ’s got a very impressive presentation and an accurate recreation with regard to the gamesÂ’ rules and mode of play.
The mechanics of the game is pretty much the same. The game will commence with four players competing with each other in a round of classic game. Just like the board game, you will be able to take turns in rolling a dice through the Wii Remote. The result of the rolled dice will be the number of steps that you will be taking. This will continue until an individual reaches the finish line to declare victory. Of course getting to the finish line would not be that easy as you will face many obstacles along the way.
As you go through the game, you can purchase, invest, or buy structures and buildings that can prove useful to you financially. You can also use your investments or money to defeat the other members of the game. By buying facilities like banks, you are able to put in a high interest on their loans and therefore take a huge sum of their money. This game is pretty much all about wits, strategy and tactics. So if you want some real challenge, try this game.