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Monopoly – Atlantic City

Charles Darrow’s original Monopoly board is based on streets, locations, and railroads in or near Atlantic City, New Jersey. How well do you know the Monopoly board?

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9 Responses to Braingle

  1. Ellen says:

    We have Monopoly in the Netherlands, but it is about Dutch streets etc. that I know pretty well, but it does not prove here that I know it well, because I can make up streets, and you would not know 🙂 For readers of this blog, who has been to the Netherlands, would probably know the Kalverstraat-Amsterdam in the Dutch Monopoly board game!

  2. SKL says:

    I am going to pass on this test. I haven’t played Monopoly in decades, never did like it, and I know I would flunk this. So let’s just say I got 0% and be done with it, LOL.

  3. Vicki says:

    i thought id do better ..I got 7/11

  4. Oy. Too hard for me! I have the original Monopoly set (was my mom’s :)) but I haven’t played it in way too long!

  5. Laura says:

    6/11. This one was REALLY hard for me!! We play Monopoly often around here. It’s a fun way for Josh to work on math and money-changing, since we always make him the banker. But we play the “New Millennium” version – where all the places are different! For example, waterworks no longer exists, having been replaced by Internet Service, and the railroads are now airports.

    Steve will probably get 100% on it. He has a freakish memory for this kind of stuff.

  6. Joy says:

    10 correct out of 11, or 90.9%

    I’m ticked right off. I thought I got em all but I got number 6 wrong!!

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