Summary: Fortune Street is a real estate board game with the option of playing with stock-trading rules (investing in districts raises stock values) or not. You go around the board snapping up shops, hoping to get clusters of shops that are worth more and charge higher prices to other who stop in.
Summary: This is a fun game, similar to Monopoly with a stock market element. It can take quite a while to play a game. It has some issues, like you can unlock additional maps ect, but must play the "single player" mode to do so. That's lame. This is a multiplayer game.
Summary: I wish the game had the ability to save while playing in two-player mode! Playing single you can save. It would be better for the background music to change after so many turns. Hearing the same music over and over is mind numbing at times.