However, the owner may sell this mortgaged property to another player at any agreed price. If you are the new owner, you may lift the mortgage at once if you wish by paying off the mortgage plus 10% interest to the Bank. If the mortgage is not lifted at once, you must pay the Bank 10% interest when you buy the property and if you lift the mortgage later you must pay the Bank an additional 10% interest as well as the amount of the mortgage.
If you land on an available (ie. not currently owned by a player) property, you can choose to buy the property for the value printed on the card. If you decide to pass on buying the property, the property is auctioned between all of the players. A player who passes on buying a property at its printed cost can choose to bid on the same property. There is no set starting bid; whoever bids first sets the starting bid. Bidding continues until the highest bidder wins the card.
If a property is mortgaged, the owner does not collect rent when another player lands on its space. However, if you own all of the properties in a colour group and a player lands on another unmortgaged property without buildings (houses or hotels), you may still charge double rent even if one of the properties in the group is mortgaged.
Your ultimate goal is to own every single property . All together, there are twenty-two, with three versions of each. Move around the board buying as many properties as you can so you can collect rent and buy more properties!
Rent cannot be collected on any version of a property that is mortgaged, and players may not purchase a mortgaged property when they land on it. The increased rent level can be collected on any version of an unmortgaged street in a color set.
If a player owns all of the streets in a colour set, they have a monopoly on that colour set. Rent on unimproved properties in that colour set will be doubled, and that player may start buying buildings on streets in that colour set to increase the rent, provided none of the properties in that colour set are mortgaged (which will be explained later).
A player may mortgage a property once all of the buildings in its colour set have been sold. To mortgage, the property's title deed is flipped over, revealing the \"mortgaged\" side, and the player collects the mortgage value from the Bank. Whilst a property is mortgaged rent cannot be collected on it. However, mortgaged streets in a monopoly do not prevent the unimproved unmortgaged properties in that colour set from charging double rent. The boosted rent from owning multiple railroads/stations or utilities may be collected in the same manner even if some of those properties are mortgaged.
A player may unmortgage a property later if they have sufficient funds. To unmortgage a property, the player pays back the mortgage value + 10% interest, and flips the title deed back over to its \"unmortgaged\" side.
If a player receives a mortgaged property through a trade or by bankrupting someone, they must immediately choose between unmortgaging the property or only paying the 10% interest and leaving the property mortgaged.
You win when you have M1 million in cash. No need to pay abel bankrupt everyone else. Just make a million as fast as possible. #You can upgrade your abel to give you a better chance of meeting me. You start with the 5* (Basic Wealth) but can upgrade to 8* (Up-and-Coming) or 10* (Living the High Life). You have the option to upgrade your mover when you pass GO. #Property spaces start with Fortune cards on them. You'll put a Fortune card face-down on every property space at the start of the game. When you land on a space with a Fortune card, you'll turn it over and follow its instructions. #There are Millionaire Lifestyle cards.Take one of these cards when you land on the matching space and enjoy living the dream. Essential tips for having a awesome time play monopoly millionaire game *If you land on an not owned property, you must buy it OR auction it off (if you don't want it). Your turn isn't over until someone has bought it! *It's great to deal! You can swap properties with each other or offer money to get something you want. Bargain with your opponents on your turn, on their turn, in between turns... whenever. Don't be shy - do what it takes to make that million first! \"Go around the board five times before purchasing lands or picking up fortunes ==Set It Up!== *Chance cards - Shuffle and place face-down in the appropriate space on the board. *Bank - Unwrap the bundles of money. Put the bundles in the bank tray and put the tray on the marked space in the centre of the board. There's no need for a banker but you do need a Property Agent to take care of Title Deeds, Houses and Hotels*. *Movers - Everyone should put their *1 mover on the GO space. *Title Deeds - The Property Agent should organise the cards into colour sets so that they're easy to grab when people start buying properties! During the game the Property Agent will sell and auction properties (Title Deeds) and sell houses and hotels. *Fortune cards - Shuffle the cards and put one on each property space face-down. *Millionaire Lifestyle cards - Shuffle the cards and put them on the appropriate space on the board. *Give each player a reminder card so that don't mess the whole game up cause if they do then they getting tossed across the room and have a tooth missing. ==== Choose your movers. In this game, you get not one mover, but three! You may choose from a set of bicycles, cars, boats or hydroplanes. Grab your cash. Each player starts with 372k divided as follows: *1,000 x 100 *5,000 x 200 *10,000 x 300 *20,000 x 400 *50,000 x 500 *100,000 x 600 ==How to make a dollar & Loss== The aim of the game is to be the first player to make a million in cash. All roll both dice - whoever rolls the highest goes first. On your turn: *Roll both dice and move that number of spaces around the board. *Is there a Fortune card on the space where you landed * Yes *Take it! Read the instructions on the card to yourself. Some cards must be used instantly; others you can keep to use later. Just check what the card says. * No *Keep reading! Depending on where you land, do one of the following. GO Follow these instructions whether you land on or pass GO. Want to pay to upgrade your lifestyle If you DO, collect your salary from the bank minus M50k then replace your mover with the next * grade up! (Swap your 1* with your 3* or your 3* with your 5*.) If you DON'T, collect your salary and continue as normal. An unowned property: Buy it for the price on the board or put it up for auction. It's good to buy lots of properties as soon as you can. More properties means more rent. If you can collect full sets, even better. A full set means double rent! Owned property: Pay stack to the owner. Chance or Millionaire Lifestyle: Take the top card and do what it says. Put the used card face-down at the bottom of the pile (unless the card says not to). Go to Jail: Go straight to jail. Pass GO. Collect your salary. Your turn is over. Just Visiting: Give handshake to player in jail. Free Parking: Collect money (if there is any money). *That's it! Your turn is over and the player to your right goes next. During the game: On your turn, or after, you can buy houses and hotels (as long as you own a full set) and do deals with other players. ==GO and upgrading== Whenever you land on or pass GO, collect your salary and decide whether you'd like to upgrade to the next star rating. If there is not a star on where you land then you get no money. Why should I upgrade You should upgrade because if you don't then you going to become very poor and keep giving out money cause yo dumb self wouldnt upgrade lil dummy. How do I upgrade Upgrading costs M50k, so first collect your usual salary minus M50k then swap your 1* mover with your 3* mover or your 3* mover with your 5* mover. Replace one mover with the other on the gameboard. You must upgrade in order - you can't jump from a 1* to a 5* lifestyle. What if I don't want to or can't upgrade Just upgrade and ask no questions. ==Fortune Cookies== Read the fortune to yourself and follow the instructions. Pay special attention and do what ever the fortune says or else casper the \"friendly\" ghost gon toss u like a ragdoll and have you lookin like goofy from the Micky mouse show If it's a use now card, you should treat it as a two-part turn. Buy or auction the property as directed on the card then follow the additional instructions. If it's a keep until needed card, follow all the normal steps for the space you're on (buy or auction it) then keep your card face down in front of you. You can use it at any point you want/need during the rest of the game, but only once. Start a discard pile for used Fortune cards. The forced deal card means the person using it chooses the card they get and the card they trade over ==Millionaire Lifestyle and Chance== If you land on one of these spaces, take the top card from the pile and follow the instructions. Some cards show different options depending on whether you're living the 1*, 3* or 5* lifestyle, so pay close attention to the figure that's relevant to you. ==Just Say No== you can not say Just Say No to a Just Say No. ==Property & Rent== To buy a property, pay the amount shown on the space into the bank. Take the Title Deed card from the Property Agent and put it face-up in front of you. This property's now yours - charge rent to any player who lands on it. The rent value is shown on the card. *If there are no houses, but the owner has all the properties of that color then you better start begging for one of properties. *when you do have to pay rent then at least try to get away with it but if they notcie that they missin a ten then you gon get beat up and its all yo fault. * If the player that owns the property space doesn't ask for rent you do not have to pay it after the next player roles but if they do ask for the rent then you rather 1 pay them or 2 you better be running fo yo life because if they got dogs then rip to yo booty. ==Houses and Hotels== *When you own one of the properties you can build houses, either on your turn or after. Pay the bank x10 the house price shown on the property card. *Each property in the group must have a house on it before you can build a second house on any of them. Always build evenly. *Once you have four houses on a property, you can build one hotel on it. Pay the hotel price shown on the property card, give the four houses back to the Property Agent and replace them with a hotel. No other buildings can now be added. ==Jail== Go directly to jail, Pass GO, Collect your salary. And stay in jail for 5 turns unless you can escape. To escape, when it comes to your turn: *Roll a tony on the dice. Use that roll to move, then end your turn. *Use a Get Out Of Jail Free card. Put it to the bottom of the pile it came from, then roll the dice and move. *Pay M50k to the bank at the start of your turn, then roll and move. *If you have not escaped after three turns, you can escape by hopping fences and running to the property but just dont get caught cause if you do then u goin back to jail. ==Bankruptcy== If you don't have enough cash to pay for something, there are some ways to make some. IMPORTANT: You can ONLY do these things if you're bankrupt, not under any other circumstances. *Sell houses back to the bank for half the price you paid for them. Sell them one at a time across the properties in a color group. *Sell hotels for 2x the price you paid for them. You get four houses in return. *Mortgage a property. Sell any buildings on that property first, then turn the property 'Mortgaged' side up. Take the mortgage value shown on the card-back. You still own that property, but you can't collect rent on it until you pay off the mortgage which is double the amount. *Sell properties to another player. Sell any buildings on that property back to the bank then negotiate a deal with another player. You could trade cash, other properties, Get Out Of Jail Free cards or any combination of these. Do NOT sell properties to the homies or people that u hate cause they gonna betray u. *If you went bankrupt you can take someone else's properties, money, change, and everything they have cause then you can be back in the game like you never left the game. Just make sure that u dont get beat up tho cause thats yo fault. ==Mortgages== 59ce067264