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Guide to Monopoly Streets

Updated on February 18, 2015
Hotel on Boardwalk using the Monopoly Streets board
Hotel on Boardwalk using the Monopoly Streets board

Electronic Arts is well known for their sports titles, however they do produce other genres of games. One of those games is a three dimensional version of the popular property trading board game, Monopoly. Although, Monopoly Streets is available for Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii, this guide refers to the Playstation 3 version of the game. This game is available in disc format or for download from the Playstation Store. The copy used to create this guide was purchased and downloaded from the Playstation Store. There are additional boards and tokens available from the Playstation Store for purchase to use in the game. There are also additional tokens and boards available for purchase using Monopoly Profile Money. These add-ons will be discussed later.

Hotel on Boardwalk using the Stratosphere board.
Hotel on Boardwalk using the Stratosphere board.

Game Play

Up to four players may play a game of Monopoly Streets. These can be any combination of human and computer players. If two or more human players wish to play against each other, each player must have his or her own controller. To simplify things, a one human player game will be discussed.

First you will select the board you wish to use. As with any other version of Monopoly, the player will select his or her representative token and press the X button to start the game. Mr. Monopoly appears with a small speech. Each player will roll the dice to determine the first player. Each player has a “corporate headquarters” that grows or diminishes based on the player’s total wealth. Each token has an animated character associated with the token. The character generally reflects the token used. For example, the recently retired iron will have a maid with it. As she moves around the board, she rides the iron like a surfboard. There is an option to turn off animated movements. The game’s basic game play is virtually identical to that of the classic board game.

Depending on which board you choose for your game, the houses and hotels will be erected either three dimensionally or using the standard green houses and red hotels. The boards that erect three dimensionally will depict architecture of the board’s theme.

A house for Boardwalk using the Monopoly Streets board.
A house for Boardwalk using the Monopoly Streets board.

Profile Money

You will have an EA profile that earns “Monopoly Money” which can be used in the Monopoly Streets Store to purchase additional boards and tokens. If you already have an EA account because you play any of Electronic Arts’ other game titles, you do not have to create a separate EA account for use with Monopoly Streets. The profile money is awarded based on how well you do and the skill level of your opponent. There are ten profile levels which are represented by one Monopoly color group. Level one is represented by the color of the utility deeds. Level ten is represented by the dark blue of Boardwalk and Park Place. The profile levels increase based on total profile earnings for your profile. You may spend your profile money at any time provided you have the necessary funds to make a purchase in the Monopoly Streets Store.

A house for Boardwalk using the Stratosphere City board.
A house for Boardwalk using the Stratosphere City board.

The Boards and Tokens

Two default boards are provided with the original game data. One is the Classic board which looks and plays just like a standard Monopoly board. The other default board is the Monopoly Streets board which is the three dimensional version of the classic board. Boards that may be purchased using your profile money include the Cheese board, the Cardboard board, Landmark City, the Jungle board, the Sweet board, the Plaza board and the Ice board. Boards for sale as game add-ons include the Championship board and Stratosphere City. Landmark City and Stratosphere City are three dimensional boards. As the names of these boards suggest, these boards have specific themes. The names of the properties have been altered to correspond with these themed boards. The Championship board a recreation of the board used at the Monopoly World Championship that was held in Las Vegas, Nevada the year the video game was designed. Landmark City uses names of various cities around the world. Stratosphere City uses a futuristic theme. Classic, Championship, Monopoly Streets and Plaza Boards use the standard property names.

Since a maximum of four players are allowed to play Monopoly Streets, the game gives five default tokens. Those tokens include the Top Hat, the Shoe, the Wheelbarrow, the Car and, of course, the Dog. Tokens purchased with profile money include the Moneybag, the Cop Hat, and the Iron. Tokens purchased as add-ons include the Rocking Horse, the Cannon, the Battleship and the Horse & Rider.

Monopoly Streets Boards Chart

Classic, Championship, Monopoly Streets and Plaza Boards
Cardboard Board
Cheese Board
Landmark City
Jungle Board
Sweet Board
Ice Board
Stratosphere City
Mediterranean Avenue
Corrugation Street
Cottage Cheese
Tribal Clearing
Black Forest Gateaux
Igloo Inlet
Comet Boulevard
Baltic Avenue
Cardboard Cottage
Temple Ruins
Inuit Retreat
Orion Beltway
Reading Railroad
Paper Plane
Water Biscuit Barge
Landmark Rail
Swinging Vines
Chew Chew Train
Husky Sled
Magley Railroad
Oriental Avenue
Paint Pot Well
Danish Blue
Cascade Descent
Root Beer Barrels
Icicle Cave
Andromeda Avenue
Vermont Avenue
Crayon Corner
Rocky Rapids
White Star Iceberg
Centarius Square
Connecticut Avenue
Stencil Square
Mexico City
Rainfall Basin
Arctic Ice Bay
Eclipse Avenue
St. Charles Place
Woolen Yard
Treetop Plateau
Choc-Chip Cookie
Yeti Plateau
Newton Avenue
Electric Company
Dairy Farm
Electric Company
Sugar Refinery
Thermal Power
Bioelectric Company
States Avenue
Cotton Wool Clouds
Canopy Heights
Polar Bear Mountain
Galileo Boulevard
Virginia Avenue
Knitted Knoll
Mud Slide Mountain
Chocolate Biscuits
Avalanche Peak
Edison Avenue
Pennsylvania Railroad
Recycling Truck
Ploughman�s Cart
Landmark U-Bahn
River Kayak
Banana Split Boat
Snow Mobile
Shooting Star Railroad
St. James Place
Staple Street
Los Angeles
Inca Trail
Chocolate Fudge Cake
Frostbite Ice Fields
Boson Avenue
Tennessee Avenue
Sticky Tape Street
Washington, D.C.
Aztec Valley
Blueberry Muffin
Blizzard Plains
Quark Street
New York Avenue
Glitter Glue Glade
New York City
Mayan Delta
Battenburg Cake
Snowstorm Passage
Deuterium Lane
Kentucky Avenue
Tartan Highlands
Snakebite Swamp
Cola Bottles
Penguin Point
Positronic Square
Indiana Avenue
Felt Flowers Field
Red Leicester
Crocodile Crossing
Jelly Sweets
Seal Island
Centuria Avenue
Illinois Avenue
Patchwork Hill
Double Goucester
Parrot�s Perch
Licorice Assortments
Whale Cove
Vermillion Avenue
B & O Railroad
Papyrus Ship
Port Stilton
Landmark Tube
Paddle Boat
Jelly Jett
Polar Skis
Slipspace Railroad
Atlantic Avenue
Paper Mache' Mountain
Monkey Vines
Honeycomb Cheesecake
Amundsen�s Cliff
Double Helix Drive
Ventnor Avenue
Crepe Paper Road
Venus Flytrap Terrace
Nicholas� Glacier
Plasma Parkway
Water Works
Cracker Factory
Water Works
Cocoa Plant
Research Facility
Heavy Water Works
Marvin Gardens
Paper Trail
Leafy Grove
Cr�me Brulee
Captain Scott's Shelf
Genome Gardens
Pacific Avenue
Button Farm
Jaguar�s Plateau
Viennese Truffle
Reindeer�s Reach
Kepler Circle
North Carolina Avenue
Beads Barn
Tiger Tropics
Hazelnut Caramel
Snow Fox Crevasse
Astroville Way
Pennsylvania Avenue
Stitch Crossing
Leopard�s Lagoon
Chocolate Marzipan
Rockhopper Rock
Ion Drive
Short Line
Button Bicycle
Cheese Wagon
Landmark Metro
Sea Plane
Lolly Lorry
Ice Breaker
Tachyon Transit
Park Place
Paperchain Pond
Explorer�s Path
Candy Floss
Icecap Cove
Parsec Place
Origami Orchard
Venom Creek
Toffee Apple
Aurora Plains
This chart lists the names given to each property based on the individual theme of the board. Scroll right to see each board with the names given to the properties.

The Rules Sets

Monopoly Streets has seven different rules sets to choose from when playing a game. You can play using the Official Monopoly Rules. If you want to play using the custom rules set you used as a kid, you can do that as well. Other rules sets included in the Monopoly Streets game programming are Speed Die, Short Game, Bull Market, Jackpot, and Fast Deal.

Speed Die will add a third die to your roll allowing the player to move additional spaces on the board or giving the player move choices. If a player rolls triples, he or she can move to any space on the board. Most players choose to move to Go when they roll triples. If the Speed Die shows Mr. Monopoly, the player takes the corresponding number of spaces indicated by the total of the two standard dice. The player then moves to the next unowned property unless all property has been purchased. If all properties are owned, the Mr. Monopoly die moves the player to the next property that player does not own.

Short Game will deal three random properties to each player. Only three houses are required to purchase hotels. The game ends when the first player goes bankrupt. Otherwise, it uses the Official Monopoly rules.

Bull Market will auction all properties in fast auctions. After twenty turns, the richest player wins.

Jackpot will allow improvements without owning an entire color group. Properties may be traded with improvements intact. The first player to total his or her total worth is the winner.

Fast Deal will auction all properties. Players get paid more money for passing Go. There is also a $200 jackpot for Free Parking. The first player to collect two color groups is the winner.

The Dog's character is in jail.
The Dog's character is in jail.

Community Chest, Chance and Jail

Community Chest has two added cards. One card issues a $15.00 speeding fine. The other card allows the player to collect $10.00 from every other player because it is his or her birthday.

Chance now refers to “X-mas” fund as “Holiday” fund.

If you are sent to jail while using any of the three dimensional boards, your token’s character is actually behind bars.

Monopoly Trivia

As of 2008 in every version of Monopoly, the dark purple properties are now brown. Marvin Gardens is actually misspelled. The correct spelling is Marven Gardens. The error was never corrected because so many of the original board games had already been produced and sold before the error was discovered. According to an episode of “All in the Family”, Gloria lands on Reading Railroad. It has always been assumed, especially by people in the south, that the railroad’s name was pronounced “Reeding.” Gloria’s pronunciation of the railroad’s name is “Redding.” It can be safely assumed Gloria’s pronunciation is the correct one. The show’s writers would not allow her to mispronounce it. The show is set in New York which is very close to Atlantic City, New Jersey. The game’s property names were taken from real area of Atlantic City, New Jersey.

© 2013 Tammy L


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