Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk ~ Family Game Series #8 @WinningMovesUSA @SMGurusNetwork

Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk ~ Family Game Series #8

Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk ~ Family Game Series #8

Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk ~ Family Game Series #8

Here is another game that I enjoyed as a child. We are big Monopoly fans in our home, so I knew the boys would enjoy this one also. Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk has a very noticeable difference to the original Monopoly game. The gameboard has an end! Just like in Monopoly the object of Monopoly Advance to Boardwalk is, of course, to control the most value in property. The difference is that instead of the game going on until one player stands as the last with money, this game has a built-in timer of the player’s hotel pieces. In this game units are built on the squares. And once they are built they can’t be moved without a Fortune card. This is part of the fun because it means that the players have to make smart decisions on where they build.

Monopoly Advance To Boardwalk ~ Family Game Series #8

Another noticeable difference besides the style of the gameboard, is that there are three dice instead of two. Two of them are standard with one to six pips, while the other one is marked with colors. A player wins by building high-rise hotels and amassing the largest fortune. This is such an easy game to learn to play, and once you do you’ll want to play time and time again.

In the box you will find: Bi-fold Gameboard, 80 Hotel Units, 3 Dice (2 Standard Dice and 1 Color Die), 20 Property Cards, 28 Fortune Cards, 4 Plastic Tokens (Sailboat, Baby Buggy, Roller Skate, Moped), Illustrated Instructions. This game is intended for ages 8 and up.

This is such a fun family game, plus it’s always nice to disconnect from electronics and just play a good old-fashioned board game.

Product Description

Everyone wants to get in on the ground floor and build their way to the top! how about you? will you make a million dollar splash in waterfront property, or watch your fortunes sink? introduced in 1985, “advance to boardwalk” was the first “spin-off” of the world’s most popular real estate trading game Monopoly. Met with great enthusiasm, millions of copies of “advance to boardwalk” were sold. Now, this classic game is back to entertain a whole new generation of fans! “advance to boardwalk” is easy to learn. Compete to build multi-level, high-rise hotels along the historic seaside boardwalk. At games end, the player who has accumulated the most valuable portfolio of properties wins! you’ll need to shrewdly buy, build, and broaden your base. Hold on to hotels and take over others. Strategic play, cunning, the role of the dice and the luck of fortune cards can help you do it all! players will immediately be hooked as you compete to become the game’s top Builder. Once you discover the skills necessary to thwart your opponents, you will want to play over and over again on your quest for boardwalk domination. Ages 8+, 2-4 players.

You can get this great game on Amazon and of course on Winning Moves!

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More about Winning Moves (from their website)

Winning Moves USA (WMUSA) is a leading maker of board games, card games, and puzzles. Since WMUSA’s first year of operation in 1995, the company has forged a close relationship with one of the world’s largest game companies, Hasbro, Inc., owner of Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley.  WMUSA also has a great relationship with Seven Towns, Ltd. (the owners of the Rubik’s brand). As a result, many long-lived Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley games & Rubik’s puzzles are now marketed by WMUSA!

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Here Are The Other Posts In This Series

Post #1 ~ Monopoly MEGA Edition

Post #2 ~ Brynk

Post #3 ~ Cranium Cadoo

Post #4 ~ Nibbled

Post #5 ~ Moose Caboose

Post #6 ~ Sunk!

Post #7 ~ Clue The Classic Edition


  1. larescoe

    This sounds like a fun version of the classic game! I would definitely play it with my family. 🙂 We have family game night every week.

  2. kate g

    We used to play board games when the family got together, but they took too long and people got impatient waiting for their turns for a game that just took what felt like forever to have a winner, So we switched to playing things like poker and other card games that move faster. I really like the idea of a built in timer on this, I think this was a smart move.

  3. Aleah Cox

    My family use to play Monopoly so much. We had to take breaks because people here will get angry if they don’t ‘win’ haha


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