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Monopoly Rules To Incorporate “House Rules”

Monopoly Rules To Incorporate “House Rules”

By Chris Tepedino March 25, 2014

Monopoly rules are changing, and with a little help from you. Ever sat down as family or friends to play a game of monopoly and used some rules that might not be in the rulebook? Do you get a wad …

Monopoly Game Piece: Will Your Favorite Be Replaced? Monopoly Game Piece: Will Your Favorite Be Replaced?
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Monopoly has been a staple in board games for decades, and most people who have played have a favorite game piece to represent their player: the Scottie dog, the car, the thimble. But Hasbro says they’re looking to update the …

Monopoly Asks Facebook to Help Choose New Piece Monopoly Asks Facebook to Help Choose New Piece

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The classic game Monopoly, everyone’s very first rage quit, is asking its Facebook fans to help in a very important decision. Monopoly wants to retire one of their classic game pieces, and they want to replace it with a new …

Google Helps Make Alan Turing Monopoly A Reality Google Helps Make Alan Turing Monopoly A Reality

Earlier this summer, Google showed its love for mathematician Alan Turing with an interactive Google Doodle. Google also sponsored an Alan Turing exhibit at London’s Science Museum. Now, Google is putting this love on display once again, by funding Monopoly: …

Movie Posters Inspired By Board Games Movie Posters Inspired By Board Games

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So pretty much the very first thing that people thought of when they heard that there was a movie being made about the famous bard game Battleship was WTF?! What are they going to think of next? Candyland the game? …

Microsoft, Novell Lawsuit Ends With Sopranos-Style Mistrial Microsoft, Novell Lawsuit Ends With Sopranos-Style Mistrial

After seven years in court, Microsoft is expected to ask the U.S. federal judge to dimiss the antitrust suit filed against them by Novell. Novell made their closing arguments in the case last week but a jury was unable to …

Will Search Become a Public Utility?
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When you think of public utilities, you think of things such as water, electricity, and telecommunications, right? Well, what if search were added to that list? How would you feel about that?

Using Google Maps for a Giant Game of Monopoly
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Update: The day came for the big game, but apparnetly too much interest had been generated because the game’s site has been down most of the day.

Original Article: Tomorrow (September 9), a giant worldwide game of Monopoly will commence, using the real world. That is, the real world on Google Maps. Hasbro, the creators of the classic board game, are launching the game called, "Monopoly City Streets," in which players will fight for the largest empire in the world.

What Percent Makes A Monopoly?
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Let’s leave Microsoft out of this and just assume their antitrust complaints to Congress are self-servingly suspect and hypocritical—after all, Yahoo acquisition timing aside, how does a company that has controlled the computer and browser market for decades suddenly earn sympathy when they can’t compete in another market?

New Internet Board Game- Googolopoly!

We have all played ‘Monopoly’ the game, as we grew up and still on weekends or on family picnics or getaways, Monopoly is one of the preferred games. However, Monopoly’s ‘monopoly’ is about to end. Google has introduced an all new Googolopoly Game.

Googolopoly: New Internet Board Game

If you loved the board game Monopoloy, then you’re really going to get a kick out of Box.net’s new Internet board game: Googolopoly. Instead of purchasing property, in Googolopoly you buy shares in companies like Double Clikc, SalesForce, News Corp, Urchin, Ebay and Paypal. Remember the 4 railroads? Well they are now various Google platforms like developer, social, mobile and desktop. Below is screenshot of the boardgame (click image for larger view):