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Monopoly: Star Wars Edition

Release date:
October 31, 1997

Published by:
Hasbro Interactive / LucasArts

Board Game

Single Player / Multi Player
(Same screen)

Star Wars Saga Timeline:
0 BBY - 4 ABY


Two of the most dominant forces of 20th century American culture have combined in Monopoly Star Wars. As the name would imply, this CD-ROM combines the classic board game with the equally classic movie series.

Gameplay is exactly the same as any other Monopoly game. The object of the game is to buy as much property as possible, eventually causing your opponents go bankrupt. Besides the same object and rules, Monopoly Star Wars has a different look to it than the board game. For example, instead of the car, the cowboy or the thimble, play as Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader or Boba Fett. Instead of houses and hotels, buy ships and starports. The property names have also been changed to fit the Star Wars motif (e.g., the Imperial capitol Coruscant is the most expensive property, while Yoda's home planet of Dagobah is the slums). As soon as you've bankrupted your opponents, the galaxy is yours.

Monopoly Star Wars Edition was released by Hasbro Interactive with the authorization of LucasArts as a game for the PC in 1997. A Special Edition of the game was released simultaneously, featuring a pewter figure of Anakin Skywalker as seen in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, along with one credit each from Alderaan, Bespin, and Ord Mantell.

Game Codes & Cheats

Rip the Computer Off For Good Property:
You can rip the computer off by trading 1 more credit then he payed for the property. For
an example if he payed 300 credits for the imperial palace then you could trade him 301
dollars for the imperial palace and he would accept the trade.



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