monopoly: city streets
monopoly: city streets monopoly: city streets
sep 08, 2009

monopoly: city streets

on september 9th, monopoly will launch an online version of their classic property game using digital maps
of the world. the new game was built by tribal ddb in london with assistance from google, whose mapping
software is the basis for the game. google’s sketchup 3-d modeling program was also used to design the
various buildings and other structure used in the game. this new version of monopoly will take the board
game to a whole new scale, integrating social gaming features that let users play with their friends online.
it will be very interesting to see how this world on top of reality will look.

  • Please note the image of the boardgame above is NOT an image of Monopoly City the board game.

    Correct one here – [url=] Monopoly City Boardgame (Amazon Link)[/url]

    SRussell says:
  • HEYY¡¡ This looks like lots of fun i´ll take a look at it.

    Rodrigo Medina says:
  • sketch up was used? Didn’t know the program was capable of making this!

    Lucy says:
  • Find some help choosing a strategy here:


    TheDonch says:
  • More fashions welcome go to visit

    candy says:
  • Offer and search for Monopoly City Streets, go to [url=]

    jsarenas says:

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