Game of Monopoly for PC Archives

Game of Monopoly for PC Archives

game of Monopoly for PC Archives

game of Monopoly for PC Archives

Monopoly video games

2008 Monopoly PlayStation 3 version cover art
Genre(s)Strategy, board game
Composer(s)Ian Livingstone (2008)
Platform(s)Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, BlackBerry, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, GameCube,, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, iOS, Pocket PC/Windows Mobile, Genesis, Master System, Super NES, Microsoft Windows, Wii, Xbox 360, ZX Spectrum, Stadia
First releaseMonopoly
Latest releaseMonopoly (Stadia)

There have been nineteen video game adaptations of Parker Brothers and Hasbro's board game Monopoly.


  • Monopoly (1985) by Leisure Genius, multi-platform
  • Monopoly (1988) by Nexa Corporation for Sega Master System
  • Monopoly (1991) by Sculptured Software for Game Boy and NES
  • Monopoly (1993) for Super Famicom in Japan by Ape and Creamsoft
  • Monopoly (1995) by Westwood Studios for Macintosh and Windows
  • The Monopoly Game 2 (1995, Japan) by Tomcat System for Super Famicom
  • Monopoly (1997) by Gremlin Interactive for PlayStation
  • Monopoly Star Wars (1997) by Artech Digital Entertainment for Windows
  • Monopoly (1999) by Mind's Eye Productions for Nintendo 64
  • Monopoly (2000) by Artech Studios for Macintosh, Windows and PlayStation Portable
  • Monopoly Tycoon (2001) by Deep Red Games for Windows and mobiles
  • Monopoly Party (2002) by Runecraft for PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube
  • Monopoly (2008) by Encore, Inc. for Windows
  • Monopoly Here and Now (2009) by EA Mobile for iOS
  • Monopoly Streets (2010) by EA Salt Lake for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii
  • Monopoly (2010) for Nintendo DS
  • Monopoly Plus (2014) by Asobo Studio for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 360, and Xbox One
  • Monopoly (2019) for iOS and Android devices, by Marmalade Game Studio


Early versions[edit]

Many unlicensed, non-commercial computer games based on Monopoly were distributed on bulletin board systems, public domain software disks and academic computer systems, and appeared as early as the late 1970s. At the time, Parker Brothers was unaware of this distribution until a user informed them of one version that stated "A Parker Brother game" on the title screen; the company then began enforcing its copyright and trademark on Monopoly.[1]

Over the years, Monopoly has been released for different operating systems on the PC and Macintosh platforms. The first of the legally licensed commercial adaptations began in 1985 for the BBC Micro, Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum. Versions have been licensed and produced for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super NES, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo 64, GameCube, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Master System, Genesis, Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, and Nintendo Switch consoles, as well as mobile device (PDA/Smartphone) versions.[citation needed]

The Monopoly video games play by the same rules as the standard board game, allowing for single or multiplayer games. When a single player game is chosen, the game in question would generate computer-controlled opponents.[citation needed]

Console and computer versions[edit]

Monopoly for the PlayStation was developed by Gremlin Interactive, and a Windows and Macintosh version by Westwood Studios. The Windows/Mac version played top down, while the PlayStation version was in 3D. They both had cutscenes in common, played when showing the game pieces moving on their own.[2] In 1998, Hasbro Interactive released a Monopoly video game for Microsoft Windows, which used 3D graphics instead of the top-down design used in previous versions. It ran on Windows 95 (although can be run on up to Windows XP, but will not work on Windows Vista and up) and had a special online play feature which used a modem.[3]

A new version developed by Electronic Arts was released in 2008 for the Wii, PlayStation 3, iPhone and Xbox 360, with a slightly stripped-down version for the PlayStation 2. It includes a transatlantic selection of boards, including the new Here & Now edition boards and new game mode, Richest. There are no online features, however.[citation needed] EA's Monopoly game scored fairly poorly, with a 54% average on the PS3 on Metacritic,[4] and 56% on the Xbox 360.[5] The Wii version fared better with 70%.[6] The Official Nintendo Magazine in the UK were most positive in their evaluation of the Wii version, which they called "great fun" in the Christmas 2008 issue.[7]Eurogamer was less enthusiastic, saying: "For the price of Monopoly for Wii, you could buy real Monopoly. Twice. Or you could just buy no Monopoly at all and spend the money on something more likely to inspire amity and harmony, like a book by Hitler."[8]

The Monopoly Family Fun Pack, produced by Ubisoft for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, was released on November 18, 2014. It is an on-disc bundle consisting of the digitally-released Monopoly Plus and Monopoly Deal, as well as Monopoly Plus's My Monopoly expansion.[9] In 2017, Ubisoft released a more traditional Monopoly video game on the Nintendo Switch. This game takes advantage of the Joy-Con's "HD Rumble" feature.[10] In 2020, the Stadia version of the game was released.

Other versions[edit]

An electronic handheld version of the game was marketed from 1997–2001.[11]

For several months in 2009, Google Maps hosted an online version of Monopoly, Monopoly City Streets, using its maps as the board.[12]


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Rento is online multiplayer monopoly board game.
The game is for 2 to 6 players and you can play it online versus friends, offline versus robots, on same phone with friends or on bluetooth.
You can also invite your facebook friends to play.

In the game you trade lands, build houses, win auctions, go and most importantly - have fun. Your goal is to acquire monopoly and bankrupt the other players. The game has lots of different boards on which you play, custom pawns, custom dice, other settings for different house rules and much more. Read the game rules here

Rento Gameplay

Play the video to see the basics of the Rento gameplay. This is example game against 2 robots


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Rento has been downloaded more than 10 million times on Google Play and has rating over 4.3


You can play the game in our Board Games Online website.
This is the WEB version of the game, which you can play from your browser on desktop.
For mobile play - download the app from one of the stores above.


Extras & Coins

In Rento you have extras, which are: different boards, different dice and different pawns. You also have and joke sounds in the game (when you want to laugh on somebody..or cry..) See them in gallery
These items you purchase with coins
You can earn coins by 2 main ways:
1) By completing achievements.
2) By purchasing them with money as In-App Purchase


Rento has 32 achievements.
When completed - achievements give you experience (XP).
The more XP you have - the more coins you will get.
Some achievements are hard to accomplish..but they give you a lot of XP.
Some are very easy to accomplish..but they will give you less XP.
For example: "Win in online game" is easy achievement and it will give you only 100XP, while "Win 10 games in a row" is hard one, but it will give you 3500 XP.
Here is the table that shows how many XP you need to earn X coins:

1000XP = +5 Coins

5000XP = +20 Coins

10000XP = +50 Coins

20000XP = +100 Coins

30000XP = +200 Coins

This is the list of achievements in the game:

Multi Language Support

Rento currently has 18 languages you can choose from.
This includes: English, Russian, German, French, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Spanish, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portugal, Turkish, Chinese, Hindi and Farsi
If you find problems in some of them - do not hesitate to contact us

Recent News

Tournaments added

We have heard your wishes and we finally added Weekly Tournaments to Rento monopoly

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3D Animated pawns added to Steam version

We have been busy in the latest months with a surprise.
And here is it. Now you can enjoy all 13 fully animated 3D pawns being happy, sad, exploding, bending, stretching and much more

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Rento Released in China android stores

Hey there!
Another great news came for our Chinese friends. Rento is now released in couple of android mobile stores

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8 Player support & BIG board added

We are happy to announce that we made one of our most requested features - 8 players support and a bigger map!

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Map Editor added to Steam Rento

We are extremely happy to announce that we released "Map Editor" DLC to the Steam version of Rento

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Voice chat added in Steam Rento

Finally the "Voice Chat" feature that has been long requested have come to the Steam version of Rento

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Strategy cards and new options added

We are extremely happy to announce that we just added 4 new game modes to the game: Strategy cards, auction mode and rental win and capital win modes.

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3 New luck cards added

LOL, this is so cool.
We just added Lightning, Trap and Bed luck cards!

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Rento VR released

We are glad to announce that the Virtual Reality version of Rento was released.
If you have HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, download the game from Steam!

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Rento is on Japanese eShop for Switch

Hey folks, another great news. Rento was now released on Switch for Japan.
The game is called レントフォーチュン and has a full Japanese support

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