- Monopoly (1975 on Wang 2200)
- Monopoly (1977 on Mainframe)
- Monopoly (1979 on TRS-80)
- Monopoly (1984 on Commodore 64, 1985 on ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro...)
- Monopoly (1985 on DOS)
- Monopoly (1988 on SEGA Master System)
- Monopoly (1991 on NES, Game Boy, 1992 on Genesis...)
- Monopoly (1993 on DOS, 1994 on Amiga)
- Monopoly (1995 on Windows, Windows 3.x, 1996 on Macintosh)
- Monopoly (1997 on PlayStation)
- Monopoly (1999 on Game.Com)
- Monopoly (1999 on Windows, 2000 on Macintosh)
- Monopoly (1999 on DOS)
- Monopoly (2002 on Windows)
- Monopoly (2004 on Game Boy Advance)
- Monopoly (2008 on J2ME, iPod Classic)
- Monopoly (2009 on iPhone, 2010 on iPad, 2011 on Macintosh...)
- Monopoly (2010 on PSP, PlayStation 3, 2012 on PS Vita)
- Monopoly (2010 on Nintendo DS)
- Monopoly (2012 on Macintosh, Windows)
- Monopoly (2017 on Nintendo Switch, 2020 on Stadia)
- Monopoly (2019 on iPhone, iPad, 2020 on Android)
Description official description
The Nintendo 64 received its own adaptation of the classic board game of ruthless capitalism, featuring fully polygonal 3D graphics.
The game includes US and UK board versions and three varieties of game: standard, short and timed. In each, various rule options can be set, including popular house rules like the free parking pot, double money for landing on GO and having to go around once before starting buying, while standard rules like the even build rule, the auctioning of unsold properties and rent immunity in trading can be switched off. Players can be set between two and four, with the computer filling out any number of positions. The personality of the computer opponents can be set in four levels, from cautious to intelligent. Eleven tokens are available, including the money bag, introduced to the game in 1998 by popular vote.
Gameplay is seen in 3D, with an animated roll of the dice, the tokens moving around the board (the walking animations can be turned off), and Mr. Monopoly holding up Chance and Community cards. The camera can be set to five different positions during token movement, and there is a free camera mode for inspecting assets. The game can be saved between turns.
Credits (Nintendo 64 version)
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Game added by Terok Nor.
Game added September 7th, 2014. Last modified August 30th, 2023.