Title screen (Japanese version)
By selecting a computer player, you'll be asked to select a character for it
Buy houses before time runs out
How nice. Smash the little house
Add or remove players, change the rules or options or just start the game.
If you're adding a human player, select a token.
Set what game home rules you want. I turned on the Free Parking pot.
Thimble landed in the 'Just visiting' area of the Jail.
Somebody landed on Chance.
Their Chance card is to go back three spaces.
So now they are on Income Tax and have to pay.
I am buying New York Avenue.
Somebody landed on Community Chest.
Their Community Chest card is to advance to GO! and collect $200.
Landed on GO!. Collected $200.
The Chance card everybody wants.
Ironic, since on their next roll, Iron landed on Go to Jail!
The Community Chest card nobody wants.
Thimble paid the $50 to get out of jail.
Landed on Free Parking and collected the pot.
Iron used his 'Get out of jail free' card.
This is the screen I go to to mortgage or trade property or buy houses/hotels.
Thimble is offering to trade properties with me.
We couldn't come to an agreement so we cancelled trading.
I accepted a trade from Thimble.
Thimble has bought houses.
I landed on a property with three houses. I need to mortgage some properties to pay the rent.
I accepted a trade from Iron.
I landed on a property with a hotel. I cannot come up with enough money to pay the rent, so...
In the end, Jockey won. Game over.
Choosing your board peice before a game starts.
Choosing an A.I opponant.
With all the players in place, it's time to earn some money on the property market.
A brief throw of the dice detemines how far each player moves.
A cinematic showing the players peice moving over the board.
A short cinematic showing the location the player lands on.
After landing on a property, you are made aware of it's value..
... Before bidding on that piece of property begins between the players.
intro animation (showing title, and monopoly box as it opens)
choosing number of players, names, and a metal-liquid piece to play with
spinning your dice (using animations)
music/sound selection (every property/selection has its own window)
moving on the board is set to be animated (by default options)
train station (buy it or leave it for the highest bidder)
arriving at the Oriental Avenue (in a dog style)
card statistics (and tresspassing)
the terrain before purchase and no houses alway seem repellent