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Monopoly Game Trades Dice & Paper Money For a Computer

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Is the traditional board game a thing of the past?  Maybe, as the classic “Monopoly” game’s new version exchanges “dice” and “paper money” for a tower computer that will monitor each player’s activity.  The only good thing that can come from this is keeping the banker from cheating, lol.  I caught wind of this from yahoo.com and first thought I don’t want to judge the game without actually playing it, but I do think it’s kind of sad in a way.  I remember all those long drawn out games I use to play with my sisters and brother, it took an eternity for someone to finally win it was war and that’s what made it so much fun.  I had a hard time with the new version of “Uno” so I don’t know how I’ll be able to get behind this update.  Hasbro unveiled the game at the Toy Fair in New York.   Take a look at the game and check out the story  here

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