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Monopoly (Nintendo 64)

Monopoly Nintendo 64 Title screen


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This is an adaptation of the Monopoly board game for home consoles and computers, completely reproducing all aspects of gameplay. Player movements can be presented as 3D animations, but those can be optionally turned off for those who don't want to see animations. There can be up to 6 players at once, and it can be played over the Internet on those platforms which support such connections. Some versions have music in MIDI format, with WAV sound effects. Roll dice, spin around the board, and don't forget to have fun as you pass GO!


Monopoly Nintendo 64 Set what game home rules you want. I turned on the Free Parking pot.
Monopoly Nintendo 64 This is the screen I go to to mortgage or trade property or buy houses/hotels.
Monopoly Nintendo 64 Their Chance card is to go back three spaces.
Monopoly Nintendo 64 Thimble paid the $50 to get out of jail.

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The Press Says

IGN Jan 25, 2000 7.4 out of 10 74
HonestGamers Dec 03, 2007 6 out of 10 60
Nintendojo 1999 6 out of 10 60
X64 Feb, 2000 50 out of 100 50


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The Sega Master System version (others might, too) of this game uses the classical music piece The Entertainer, composed by Scott Joplin, for the theme song.


  • Computer Gaming World
    • November 1996 (15th anniversary issue) – #113 in the “150 Best Games of All Time” list
    • November 1996 (15th anniversary issue) – #15 Top Sleeper Of All Time
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Kartanym (10779) added Monopoly (Nintendo 64) on Oct 25, 2001
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