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Kid Po launches fraudulent version of "Monopoly" game and gets rewarded for cheating

2018-06-27
Kid Po launches fraudulent version of "Monopoly" game and gets rewarded for cheating

According to foreign media reports, Hasbro has just launched a "Cheaters Edition of Monopoly" tabletop game, and is accompanied by a slapstick. The company said that almost half of the players are trying to cheat in the game (perhaps because the play time is too long). In addition to stealing money and houses, some people will pass by at someone’s high-priced immovable real estate, do not follow the trembling steps, or even follow some extra rules (such as a free parking lot).

In order to embrace this group of dishonest fans, Hasbro finally made the decision to publish the "spoofed version" of the "Monopoly" game. In this version, players who successfully cheated will receive rewards.

With no designated banker, stealing money from "banks" has become easier than ever. If the other player fails to grab the current one before the next roll, the fraudster is guilty.

Of course, fraudsters are not without risks. If caught, it will be sent directly to jail (copy on the game board). However, there is only one player in the game. After the other player is sent into the fraudulent player, he can go out (or send a "bail bond" out of jail).