Monopoly Game Rules was a game invented during the years of the Great Depression by Charles D. Borrow of Germantown, Pennsylvania. At first, it was invented by Charles and his wife, who played it to keep themselves busy. An interesting fact about Monopoly is that its streets are based on the names of the streets of Atlantic city (as this city was their favorite vacationing spot). The first few Monopoly games were homemade board games, as he had given them as gifts to his friends and sold a few in some Philadelphia departmental stores. Soon, the popularity of this game increased and so did the demand for it. Failing to cope up with this demand, Darrow arranged ‘Parker Brothers’ to take over the production of the game, and soon Monopoly gained worldwide popularity. Read on for some game rules for Monopoly.

The Monopoly Game


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Rules to Play Monopoly Electronic Banking

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To play a fast game of monopoly, agree upon a definite time to finish the game. The richest player at the end of the decided time wins.
If your familiar with the rules of traditional monopoly, you’ll find this version really easy to play. In case you aren’t familiar with monopoly at all, you’ll need to begin from the basics. Monopoly is a fun-to-play property trading game wherein players try to be the wealthiest by purchasing properties, and taking correct financial decisions.If the game is about trading, it’s obvious that money is involved. The special feature of this version is that, the money is not in form of paper but is completely electronic. Players transact using fake debit cards instead of paper currency which adds to the fun. The game incorporates things like paying taxes, getting paid, purchasing properties, chance events, creating assets, and a lot more.

Sounds interesting right? Check out the Monopoly Electronic Banking rules.

How to Play Monopoly: Electronic Banking Edition

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Homemade Board Games – Ideas to Make Your Own Board Games

dfMaking board games at home is a fun thing to do. It is a nice way to display your creativity. For mothers, it’s a smart way to keep their children engaged in such activities that need skills and are easy to do. There are many different board games that can be prepared at home. Trivia, battle games and finish games are some of the games commonly played at home along with other indoor games.

Homemade Board Games

An economical way of enjoying summer vacations is creating board games at home. It is not necessary to prepare the boards right from scratch. Pieces of old games and different items, easily available in the house can be used to make these board games. These games can be played at parties too.

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How to Play the Pokeno Board Game?

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As a variation to the original game wherein a player needs to get five squares in vertical, diagonal, or horizontal rows, one could introduce four corners (a player needs to get all four corners occupied by chips), or a full card house (full board) to make the game more fun and lasting.
Pokeno was developed and is marketed by the United States Playing Card Company. The game package consists of 12 game boards with unique card combinations, 200 chips, and a standard deck of 52 cards. As said above, the game combines the probability factor of Keno and some basic elements from Poker. Every board of Pokeno is arranged in a way such that each horizontal or vertical line forms different Poker hands. Since Pokeno boards are so thoughtfully designed, one cannot play unless he/she buys the original game.Although the standard game resembles the game of Bingo in many aspects, it can also be played by introducing several variations. There are a total of four ways to play this game, each categorized by a different method of scoring.

Take a look at the standard Pokeno game rules and its three additional versions.

Instructions to Play the Pokeno Board Game

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Funny Games for Groups

cfGroup activities are fun and allow the members to get acquainted with one another. Group games and activities are a part of team meetings, excursions, Christmas and New Year parties, and family reunions. People of all ages enjoy these activities. There are games that are played by all age groups such as children, adults, and senior citizens. Youth games and activities are enjoyed by teenagers and help them to develop skills such as time management, team building, and leadership skills.
Funny Games and Activities for Groups
mimicking an animal
This icebreaker game can be played by all age-groups. Write the names of a few animals on pieces of paper. The size of the group decides the number of slips you would require. For medium-sized groups, you can create 5 to 10 slips for each animal. Fold the slips and put them in a cookie jar. Each participant takes a slip. The participants imitate the sound of the animal mentioned on their slips and form a group with people having the slip of the same animal. This activity has to be performed without talking and is a fun way to get acquainted.
ha-ha he-he
The members of the group stand in a single row. Each person places his head on the back of the person who is in front of him. This game starts from the last person. He has to say “Ha-ha, He-he”. The next person says “Ha-ha, Ha-ha, He-he, He-he” and so on. The aim of this game is to get all the members of the group to say this without breaking into spasms of laughter. Laughter is infectious, and you can imagine the scene if even one of them starts laughing.
I love blueberries! I Love …
A cutout of the heart is required for this funny activity. Ask the participants to form a circle. The first participant says “I love pastries” and he passes the heart to the next person, who will say “I love baseball” and so on. The participants are given only a couple of seconds. The game is over when the participants can think of nothing to say. Wrong and similar answers are not allowed.
Do you love your neighbor?
This game is played by people (mostly women) of all ages. The group members sit in a circle. One of the members sits on the lap of another member and asks, “Do you love your neighbor?” If the answer is “yes”, he/she moves onto the next person. If the answer is “no”, then he/she can ask “Then who do you love?” For instance, if the answer is “People who wear blue shirts”; all the people wearing blue shirts exchange their seats. In the mean time, the person who is asking the question tries to get a seat for himself. The person who is left without a seat is the one who will be asking the question next.
memory game
This icebreaker can be played by a medium-sized group. On a serving tray, arrange various kinds of food. Place this tray in front of the group for a couple of minutes, or you can pass the tray to all the participants. Keep the tray out of their sight. Ask each participant to recollect the contents of the tray. The person who can recollect the maximum number of items is the winner.
Group activities can begin with an icebreaker. Icebreakers are games that introduce the members of a group to each other and help them settle down and feel at ease. The anchor can modify the fun activities depending on the size and age-group of the members participating. Funny group games are excellent mood-elevators and they help in setting a lighter tone to an otherwise boring party. Games are a great way to let your hair down and enjoy company without having to worry about making any kind of serious impression on the crowd.