First published in 1935, Monopoly quickly became a best-selling board game. It has maintained that status for the past 75 years as hundreds of versions have been published and sold in 103 countries and 37 languages. More than 200 million copies of Monopoly have been sold.
I believe that Monopoly is one of the 50 most culturally and historically significant games published since 1800. This profile explains why.
There's a strong element of luck involved in playing Monopoly, but there's also enough strategy so that skilled players will win more often than not. Use these tips and hints, and you'll be smiling all the way to Boardwalk.
This FAQ covers frequently asked questions about the board game Monopoly. Due in large part to the widespread popularity of Monopoly, many house rules have been developed over the years, some used by many players and others used only by a few. The answers provided here relate to the official rules of Monopoly.
We've all been there... a family gathering, a rainy Saturday afternoon... and everyone decides to play a board game. In homes all around the world, that game is often Monopoly. But so many of us have played it so often -- and games can drag on for so long -- that one more game of Monopoly just might make us scream. But there's a reason Monopoly has been so popular for so long: It's a good game. The problem is that most of us don't play by the rules.
A close look at all of the properties available in the standard Monopoly game, including the relative likelihood that a player will land on each property space.
Why did Hasbro do away with Boardwalk in the Here and Now Edition of Monopoly? And is Boardwalk gone forever?
A review of the children's board game Monopoly Town, published by Parker Brothers / Hasbro.