The Game We All Grew Up Playing
_Printed in 37 languages and licensed in over 100 countries, millions of people around the world gather to play this classic board game. As with most things, progression has been made from the traditional board game, to online casio games, slot machines, console games to mobile apps. Everywhere you look, there's Monopoly to be found.The original Monopoly board game was created by Charles B. Darrow in 1934 and was produced by Parker Brothers the following year. By the following year, Monopoly was already the best-selling game in America. The original layout is based on the streets of Atlantic City, but today you can find Monopoly games created for many cities.Monopoly editions exist in many themes. There are versions based on movies, TV shows, cartoon characters and anniversary editions. Editions now include a Monopoly Jr for very young players, and an Elcectronig Banking version that uses bank cards and money transfers hands via a card swiping machine.
Which ever format you play Monopoly, it'll always remain one of the classic and best family fun activity that one and all can enjoy.
For a bit of fun, here's some links to a few videos on You Tube.