My Monopoly lets you personalize your own Monopoly game with your favorite pictures. The game comes with four tokens, 30 blank tiles, four sticker sheets, 28 title deed cards, 16 Community Chest cards, 16 Chance cards, 32 houses, 12 hotels, two dice, and a money pack. You can play classic Monopoly without any personalization, or you can use a mobile device, tablet, or computer to print your own pictures for placing on the blank tiles and the 12 Community Chest and four Chance cards that show the dotted sticker-shaped outline.
For mobile devices and tablets, you'll need to download the free My Monopoly app from the App Store or Google Play. You can also use a Mac or PC computer, and go to mymonopoly.com. From there, upload pictures from your device or from your social media networks, such as Facebook. Follow the on-screen instructions to edit your photos and then print them on the sticker sheets provided. Place the stickers onto the blank tiles and cards to personalize the game. You can use both sides of the blank tiles for even more picture options.
My Monopoly plays just like regular Monopoly, except it's only for two to four players. Move around the board buying as many properties as you can. The more you own, the more rent you'll get. If you're the last player with money left when all other players have gone bankrupt, you win.
My Monopoly is a fun way to spice up the Monopoly gameplay. We like that you can still play original Monopoly with this game, but that you can also create your own themed versions, such as family vacation, using your favorite photos.
My Monopoly is for ages 8 and up.
It's important that you print a test sheet first to make sure you know which way to insert the sticker sheet into your printer and that you follow all on-screen printing instructions so that your picture stickers print the right way. This only comes with four sticker sheets, so you don't want to have to throw any away because you goofed.
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