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1.0
30 November 2007

The classic board game.

Umijin
30 November 2007

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If you like playing Monopoly, this is a nice game. It replicates all the rules and moves accordingly, and the graphics are nice. The ability to customize rules is also nice. However, this app needs some work to be more enjoyable. First, game play needs to be sped up. Even if you 'hide computer moves' by computer opponents, the graphics are arduously slow, especially for the human competitors (you). Second, when there is a case for increasing monetary amounts with bidding or making trade offers, you must click on an up/down arrow which gives you only $10,000 increments! Thus, it takes forever to reach any significant amount. Surely, a type-in field or buttons to add higher increments would be easy to implement. Third, the music, though pleasant, is monotonous. Yes, you can turn it off - but other tunes would be nice. Fourth, the computer opponent AI's are sometimes quite dumb, even at the highest level. And it would be nice to have more computer opponents possible. Overall, fun. But even games against computer opponents seem to take as long as games against real people - which in my family means hours.
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Umijin
30 November 2007
If you like playing Monopoly, this is a nice game. It replicates all the rules and moves accordingly, and the graphics are nice. The ability to customize rules is also nice. However, this app needs some work to be more enjoyable. First, game play needs to be sped up. Even if you 'hide computer moves' by computer opponents, the graphics are arduously slow, especially for the human competitors (you). Second, when there is a case for increasing monetary amounts with bidding or making trade offers, you must click on an up/down arrow which gives you only $10,000 increments! Thus, it takes forever to reach any significant amount. Surely, a type-in field or buttons to add higher increments would be easy to implement. Third, the music, though pleasant, is monotonous. Yes, you can turn it off - but other tunes would be nice. Fourth, the computer opponent AI's are sometimes quite dumb, even at the highest level. And it would be nice to have more computer opponents possible. Overall, fun. But even games against computer opponents seem to take as long as games against real people - which in my family means hours.
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Version 1.0