Anti-Monopoly - The Real Estate Trading Game for the 21st Century.
An update of the "monopoly" folk game invented by Elizabeth Magie a 100 years ago. A twist right out of today's headlines: free market competitors clash with ruthless monopolists.
In the real business world, competitors and monopolists work hard to increase their incomes - but they go about it in different ways. Competitors sell more goods at a fair price to make a fair profit. Monopolists, on the other hand, destroy their competitors first so they can fix prices above fair, competitive levels to make excessive profits.
Other real estate trading games are a jumble of competition and monopolism. In Anti-Monopoly, however, players are divided into two groups; competitors and monopolists before the game starts. The players follow different rules (depending on their status) in their quest for big money. This method of play is a revolutionary idea for games. In all other games players follow one set of rules. It is this idea of movement and choice which allows Anti-Monopoly to be the first and only game in history which clearly distinguishes between the actions of competitors and monopolists.
|Are you for free enterprise?
• You charge fair rent
• You can build on any street
• You create supply and demand
• You can end a price war
|Are you for building Monopolies?
• You charge greedy, monopolist rents
• You can only build when you own a group of streets
• You restrict Supply
• You can go to prison for price fixing
• Contents: 28 Monopoly cards, 25 Competitor cards, 25 Monopolist cards, Game board, 6 wooden pawns, 50 wooden houses and apartments, Dice, Paper money, Instructions.
• A game for 2 to 6 players.