Summary: I got this for Christmas and I didn't play for a couple of months. I am a big Monopoly player and this seemed to fit the bill. It worked great until I won all the tours. Now it has changed the payout on stocks that you can't win. I'm still trying to refigure this one out! It is a fun game but let me win once in a while. The easy rules still let me win about every fourth time or more often than the standard rule option does.
Summary: My son bought this and I played with him as a favor. We used to love to play Monopoly, but this is much easier to walk away from -- the cats can't wreak havoc with our board while we're taking a break. Learning winning strategy is challenging but rewarding. I do wish there were more choices of characters, but at least there is one decent female character so I guess I should be grateful for that.
Summary: My oldest son loves Mario. So when I saw this game, I thought it was a fair price as well. I thought it might have been kind of cheesey with the name of "Fortune Street" but I am very pleased with it. Both of my sons end up playing it and it keeps them entertained and it's actually a really cute game.
Summary: I love this game. So fun! The only issue I have is how obviously rigged it is in some parts (it is run on algorithm, I suppose, but you can only have the exact same thing happen so many times before it becomes glaringly obvious. Also, it would be amazing if there were more boards. If you could unlock more or maybe get them on the store or something.