Heute spiele ich eine Runde Monopoly PLUS auf der Xbox One. Gespielt wird gegen schwere KI um zu zeigen, wie viel “würfelglück” in diesem Monopoly steckt und ob es eine Chance gibt, überhaupt gegen eine schwere KI zu gewinnen. Wer Monopoly von Smartphones und Tablets kennt, wird sicher die sehr ärgerliche KI kennen, daher dieses Video um zu zeigen, ob es auf der Xbox One ebenfalls unmöglich ist, gegen die KI zu gewinnen. — Watch live at http://www.twitch.tv/der_amadeus
Do not pass go!
Please note that though this version is on many different platforms, the gaming experience may change when scaled down to an Iphone or other various older versions.
The first of the adaptations were released in 1985 with the release of Monopoly for the BBC Micro, Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum. Over the years, Monopoly has been released for different operating systems on the PC and Macintosh platforms. Also, versions have been licenced and produced for the NES, Super NES, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear, Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, and Wii consoles, as well as mobile device (PDA/Smartphone) versions.
The game plays by the same rules as the standard board game, and allows for single or multiplayer games. When a single player game is chosen, the game would generate computer-controlled opponents.
One of the lesser-liked features of the game was that the players could play only in the exact style programmed into the game. This could be slightly different than the various “house rules” that many homes employ, and could cause problems. An especially problematic feature was the mandatory auctioning of un-bought properties, that led to rich players having a better run of the board. Some versions however, like the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation versions, do allow the most common “house rules” (Free Parking jackpot, no collecting rent in jail, unlimited houses/hotels, etc) to be turned off or on.
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.