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The ultimate goal of Monopoly Madness is to buy as many properties as possible, increase their value, and upgrade them. Tiny filled-in house icons represent the various upgrade tiers. So you need to upgrade to Hotels and can’t find the upgrade? Worry not; the answer is simple, Hotels are not an upgrade state but instead specific buildings on the map. Hotels are usually located on street corners and can be upgraded 5 or 6 times
Are you constantly being outbid? Can't land the house at the auction? The trick is to play with 4 AI sets too hard and then bid on everything. You might have to play 2 or 3 games nevertheless, you are bound to get the trophy.
The ultimate goal of Monopoly Madness is to buy as many properties as possible, increase their value, and upgrade them.
To progress in the game, you will need to collect resources, water, and electricity. These resources can be found on the map and their designated buildings. You are limited as to the number of resources you can store. Without these resources, you won’t be able to upgrade your buildings.
There are 28 different scenarios split between 4 biomes and lots to do in a short game time. As long as you or one of your friends wins the crown, you will receive a checkmark, which will allow you to advance to the next level. However, it can get quite tricky. The AIs behave unnaturally enough that they can be predicted with reasonable accuracy, but they have some nasty tricks up their sleeves when starting to lose, so beware.
Monopoly Madness can be played solo or with friends through Local Play or with other players Online. There are three gameplay options accessible for Local Play:
Power-ups are a great way to get an edge on your opponents. You can find them in blue COmmunity Chests throughout the city. You can only have one active power-up at a time, so beware, if you collect a new one, it will replace your current one. An icon will appear above your character to indicate which power-up you have active.
Green power-ups benefit you directly, while Red ones will damage other players. Keep your eyes open for unique power-ups, as some of them are only available on specific levels.
Green power-ups are an example, turning you into a Ghost so you can turn invisible or walk through walls, or Blueprint which allows you to instantly upgrade one of your buildings.
Red power-up would be Bulldozer, where the first building you hit loses all of its upgrades, or Go-To-Jail, where you send any opponent to jail.