Summary: I like entrepernuer games so thats why I decided to buy this one. The only thing I don't like about it is that it is a senenrio game. So everytime i build a lot of thigs and i win that senerio i have to start from scratch on the next senerio game. This game doesn't offer a free play.
Summary: I happen to like playing Monopoly. But when you play this game against the computer opponents, you are in for a strange ride. The computer opponents will mortgage all their properties to fund a monopoly they may have just gotten.
If money and power is your thing, this is a game for you.
Chris Wong, Amazon
8 December 2002
Summary: I think this game is great to teach a lesson in business and wealth creation. A lot of the principles apply in real life. However, there is a formula for success, which makes the game boring after you figured it out. There is a good selection of challenges that you can play.
Summary: A little one-noteish, if still addictive. The premise sort of smashes Sim City with Monopoly imagery, which is kind of cool, except the game unfolds in a linear, scenario-based way; you can't just go hog-wild and start building a city/financial empire until you're broke against computer (or online...
Summary: The concept of the game is an interesting spin on the board game-- place businesses in blocks to garner a profit, lease the lots to monopolize a block. The game stays true to the original board game in its buy-out concept, building hotels, become the basic "tycoon".
Summary: ...For about two weeks, this was my life, I played Monopoly Tycoon all the time, even dabbling in the multiplayer thing on Gamespy (by the way, Gamespy is a terrible network, most people seem to be connected to the internet with a can and string).