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Monopoly, Deal Card Game

Creator: Parker Brothers | 2009


Monopoly Deal: Card Games



604 pages

Dedicated Deck Card Games, Tarot, Mille Bornes, Set, Karuta, Tarocchini, Flinch, Uno, Up Front, French Tarot, Top Trumps, Munchkin, Bang!

Creator: Books Llc | 2010-09

, Coloretto, Krypto, Grave Robbers From Outer Space, Ligretto, Konigrufen, Girl Genius: The Works, Blue Moon, Pit, Give Me the Brain, Cego, Reels & Deals: The Movie-Making Card Game, Cluedo Card Game, Grass, Guillotine, Army of Zero, Ace ...

Publisher: Books LLC

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 133. Chapters: Mille Bornes, Set, Karuta, Tarocchini, Flinch, Uno, Up Front, Bang!, Top Trumps, Munchkin, Starship Catan, Maths24, Rook, Make-A-Million, Civilization: The Card Game, Bohnanza, Illuminati, Fluxx, Catan Card Game, Phase 10, Armchair Cricket, Go-Stop, Citadels, Minchiate, Three-Dragon Ante, 1000 Blank White Cards, Race for the Galaxy, Dominion, Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot, Once Upon a Time, Chez Geek, Loter a, Xactika, Nuclear War, Apples to Apples, Chrononauts, Monopoly: The Card Game, Gnav, Rage, Ganjifa, Monopoly Deal, Diamant, Dungeoneer, Take the Train, Dancing with the Stars, Quiddler, The Perfect Present, Family Business, Brawl, Aquarius, The Great Dalmuti, Wings of War, 6 Nimmt!, Krypto, Grave Robbers From Outer Space, Ligretto, Coloretto, Give Me the Brain, Pit, Girl Genius: The Works, Blue Moon, Reels & Deals: The Movie-Making Card Game, Guillotine, Army of Zero, SKIP-BO, Cluedo Card Game, Grass, Ace Trumps, High School Drama!, Events on the Chrononauts timeline, Lost Cities, The Rivals for Catan, Dvorak, In a Pickle, Rat-a-Tat Cat, Happy Families, Racko!, Waterworks, Snout!, Dutch Blitz, Saboteur, Gloom, Star Fleet Battle Force, San Juan, Baseball, Pimp: The Backhanding, Fairy Tale, Familienbande, Safari Pals, Fightball, Modern Art, Hacker, Lunch Money, It's Alive!, Pecking Order, Uta-garuta, Mag Blast, Down with the King, Filthy Rich, Infinite Armies, The Mad Magazine Card Game, Schotten-Totten, Falling, Pivot, Beatdown, Lord of the Fries, Fractics, Sixteen, Alpha Blitz, Spank the monkey, Luck Plus, Talecraft, No Thanks!, Cthulhu 500, Free Parking, Tribbles, The Very Clever Pipe Game, X610Z, Jasmine: The Battle for the Mid-Realm, Gother Than Thou, The Game of Life Card Game, Touring, Castle, Before I Kill You, Mr. Bond, Uno H2O, Express Monopoly, Thunderstone, LINQ, Strange Synergy, ...


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Monopoly Deal is a card game derived from the board-game Monopoly, produced and sold by Parker Brothers under a license from Hasbro. Players attempt to collect three ...

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  • Hasbro

    Monopoly Deal Card Game with Exclusive Robot Token Included

    Toy (Hasbro)

    Rating (13 reviews):
    (4.9/5)
    Hasbro

    same classic game, new packaging and cute bonus

    0 5/5 Donna T Gustin - See all my reviews This review is from: Monopoly Deal Card Game with Exclusive Robot Token Included (Toy) Love it! Took a chance that it was the classic game, and it is, just comes with a bonus token. My family has been playing it nightly since we got it! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 6, 2013

    The original Monopoly Deal and it rocks!

    Love, love, love this game! We all have that connection to our childhood, those memories of playing Monopoly, and playing it now is like a nice warm blanket on a cold night ... comforting, relaxing. Only, we don't have the patience to play for 2-3 hours anymore, knowing full well half way thru who's going to win and just continuing to play to be nice to the winner.No more, says Monopoly Deal - have some fun, play Monopoly, getting your childhood fix of comfortable nostalgia, but now you get to do it with quick action throughout the whole game, and there's no clear winner until right up until the end. Even if someone's in the clear lead, it's possible for the tables to turn on a draw and - surprise!Tried to pick up locally because I remembered buying before for like $6-7 but alas, only found the new Monopoly Millionaire Deal and on taking a quick glance decided I just didn't want to change, I wanted my original "love" so bit the bullet and bought this,... 5/5 J.Levins (Cary, NC) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Monopoly Deal Card Game with Exclusive Robot Token Included (Toy) Love, love, love this game! We all have that connection to our childhood, those memories of playing Monopoly, and playing it now is like a nice warm blanket on a cold night ... comforting, relaxing. Only, we don't have the patience to play for 2-3 hours anymore, knowing full well half way thru who's going to win and just continuing to play to be nice to the winner.No more, says Monopoly Deal - have some fun, play Monopoly, getting your childhood fix of comfortable nostalgia, but now you get to do it with quick action throughout the whole game, and there's no clear winner until right up until the end. Even if someone's in the clear lead, it's possible for the tables to turn on a draw and - surprise!Tried to pick up locally because I remembered buying before for like $6-7 but alas, only found the new Monopoly Millionaire Deal and on taking a quick glance decided I just didn't want to change, I wanted my original "love" so bit the bullet and bought this,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 19, 2013

    Fun game

    0 5/5 Zalli - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Monopoly Deal Card Game with Exclusive Robot Token Included (Toy) Monopoly deal is by far one of the funnest games. It's much better than the newer millionaire version. The token is pointless unless you own the monopoly board game. I purchased the one with the token only because it was cheaper than the standard monopoly deal set. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 17, 2014
    List Price: $6.99
    Play a Game of Monopoly in Just 15 Minutes!
    Includes 110 Cards, Game Guide, and Exclusive Robot Token
    2-5 Players
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  • Hasbro Games

    Hasbro Games Monopoly Deal Card Game

    Toy (Hasbro Games)

    Rating (232 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Hasbro Games

    fun game, even better once modified

    This is a great "travel" Monopoly game. The one remark I want to make though, is that there are probably too many "money" cards and not enough "rent" cards. In other words, the money supply seems to far exceed the money demand in this game.So, what you normally end up with, are the losers of this game finishing with a ton of money in their banks because they never had to pay out much -- not very realistic to have losers who are very wealthy.To fix this problem, buy two of these games and take all the "rent" cards out of one game and add them to your other game. This will make money a more valuable resource since the increased # of "rent" cards will present a larger danger to each player's bank.This will also have the effect of rewarding players who lay down property cards so that they can collect rent from them -- the whole reason that you want to own property (and play the game of Monopoly) in the first place, right?I also think this... 4/5 S. Youmans - See all my reviews, June 20, 2009

    Fun overall concept... once you figure it out

    Since our family loves Monopoly we thought this could be a fun new take on an old standby. While the rules were confusing at first, once we got the hang of things we have really enjoyed it. Be warned that the rules are actually much simpler than you expect them to be - which causes some confusion as you get going. Whereas the object in the traditional board game is to get as much money as you can and bankrupt your opponents, the only object here is to be the first to get three full sets of properties.Here are the basic rules for those considering a purchase. Each player starts with 5 cards. On your turn you draw 2 more cards. Then you can play up to 3 cards by either putting money or action cards into a personal bank, putting down properties, and/or playing action cards from your bank into the center. There are many different action cards. Some examples are force rent, double the rent, steal an entire set, force a property swap, etc. The trick is making the best... 3/5 Jon (PEARL CITY, HI, United States) - See all my reviews = Durability:, January 18, 2009

    Monopoly Deal card game...one word ADDICTING

    We have been playing this game for almost 2 months, we are on our 4th deck if that tells ya anything. You can play several games so it goes much faster paced then the traditional board game and its much more fun and great brain stimulation..haha! Its basically a strategical game but dont let that hold you back because if you love the board game you will love this card game even more. It definitly brings a challenge to the table. We have introduced this game to others and they are addicted as well. It is sooooo much fun. I am not poker or ueker player as everyone else i know that is and this game finally includes me in and makes me feel as good as a player as them all they no longer wanna play any other games that is great news for me as i no longer wait hanging in the background wishing they play a game i would enjoy.So if your looking for a fun family/friend game this is it. Now only plays up to five players in which we have found takes apprx 45 min to play w/5 people,... 4/5 Jenni - See all my reviews = Durability:, March 17, 2009
    List Price: $11.99
    Fun, fast dealing¿every card counts
    New Monopoly Deal card game that is moving through Family Game Nights everywhere
    Collect 3 complete property sets but beware of the Debt Collectors, Forced Deals and Deal Breakers
    If your looking for a fun family/friend game this is it
    Now only plays up to five players
    It takes apprx 45 min to play w/5 people, apprx 35 min w/4, apprx 15-25 minutes w/3 people and apprx 5-15 minutes w/2 people


  • Hasbro

    Hasbro Inc 98840 Monopoly Millionaire Deal Game

    Toy (Hasbro)

    Rating (64 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Hasbro

    Best Card Game Ever

    0 5/5 Ms. Heeder - See all my reviews = Durability:, September 26, 2012

    Great game

    0 5/5 ashishjm@hotmail.com - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Hasbro Inc 98840 Monopoly Millionaire Deal Game (Toy) This is a fun and addictive game. However, I would say that the traditional (non-Millionaire) Monopoly Deal version is better primarily because it uses the classic properties and colors that all monopoly players are familiar with. Still, this is an interesting game and sure to give you hours of enjoyment. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 13, 2013

    Original Monopoly Deal was better

    0 5/5 Damian Harouff - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Hasbro Inc 98840 Monopoly Millionaire Deal Game (Toy) We bought this because the original Monopoly Deal has been discontinued.This game (millionaire) plays very similarly to the original game, however, instead of winning when you have three complete sets of property, you win when you reach one million in the game's currency. Unfortunately, this is too easy: the game ends up being over after 10 minutes or so.Additionally, the cards look very cluttered visually, compared to the original game. The whole game seems like they just tried too hard. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 7, 2014
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  • Hasbro Games

    Monopoly Deal Card Game

    Toy (Hasbro Games)

    Rating (31 reviews):
    (4.9/5)
    Hasbro Games

    Simple, engaging card game - Amazing!

    0 5/5 JK604 - See all my reviews = Durability:, January 5, 2011

    FAST Monopoly

    0 4/5 RB Runabout - See all my reviews = Durability:, October 11, 2010

    So much fun!

    0 5/5 N. Polyanskaya - See all my reviews, February 9, 2013
Monopoly is now in a whole new category!
Be the first to complete 3 property sets by collecting, swapping, and dealing-- careful one wrong card and you could lose everything!
Monopoly's brand iconography and heritage is featured in this dynamic game of acquisition, dealing, and trading.
A new twist on Monopoly! Be careful not to lose everything!


  • BF

    Monopoly Deal Mini Card Game Keychain

    Toy (BF)

    Rating (7 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    BF

    So cute

    0 5/5 A. Landin (San Francisco, CA) - See all my reviews, April 8, 2014

    Awesome game but too small

    Monopoly Deal itself is a 5 star game to me. I actually had the normal sized game before but lost it somehow, and I decided to try the mini version. This is basically the exact same game except with tiny cards. Since there are so many cards and they are so small, it is quite clumsy to shuffle them little by little. Playing the game is fine, it's just the handling and shuffling that is inconvenient. I find myself wanting to get the full sized game instead.As for the case, it can hold the cards but it is not the greatest design. For some reason, when you close the case completely it tends to bend the topmost cards closest to the cover joint. So I make sure to pad it with the quick rules cards. I was so annoyed though the first time I opened it and saw the top card bent and smushed into the side of the first compartment.So the game itself is awesome, the size is annoying, and the box is quite bad (but serviceable). But the original size box fell apart... 4/5 Kelvin Gold - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Monopoly Deal Mini Card Game Keychain (Toy) Monopoly Deal itself is a 5 star game to me. I actually had the normal sized game before but lost it somehow, and I decided to try the mini version. This is basically the exact same game except with tiny cards. Since there are so many cards and they are so small, it is quite clumsy to shuffle them little by little. Playing the game is fine, it's just the handling and shuffling that is inconvenient. I find myself wanting to get the full sized game instead.As for the case, it can hold the cards but it is not the greatest design. For some reason, when you close the case completely it tends to bend the topmost cards closest to the cover joint. So I make sure to pad it with the quick rules cards. I was so annoyed though the first time I opened it and saw the top card bent and smushed into the side of the first compartment.So the game itself is awesome, the size is annoying, and the box is quite bad (but serviceable). But the original size box fell apart... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 28, 2013

    Great game for all ages! Now even more portable!

    0 5/5 Zygmunt - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Monopoly Deal Mini Card Game Keychain (Toy) My girlfriend will love this gift. Ourselves, friends & family have spent countless hours playing Monopoly Deal late at night. Sometimes we bring the cards along for trips and there have been discrepancies about taking the cards and leaving the others without the fun of the game. Now my girlfriend can keep it with her where ever she goes! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 3, 2013
    List Price: $5.99
    Price: $3.00
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    Just like the full-size version but scaled down for everywhere fun.
    The key chain measures about 3-inches long x 2 1/4-inches wide x 1-inch tall.
    Ages 8 and up.


  • Mattel

    Uno Card Game

    Toy (Mattel)

    Rating (331 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Mattel

    Product detail doesn't say it, but this is the small-card version

    0 3/5 I care about quality - See all my reviews = Durability:, May 17, 2011

    Good, Clean Fun for the Whole Family

    0 3/5 anonymous - See all my reviews, February 18, 2007

    "Uno!"

    Mattel's game of Uno has been a fun and entertaining card game for many years. The basic rules for playing Uno are as follows:1. The deck consists of four suits (red, green, blue and yellow). Each suit contains several sets of cards numbered "0" through "9", as well as the cards "Skip", "Reverse" and "Draw Two".2. In addition to the cards of the four suits, there are two sets of wild cards: regular "Wild" cards and the dreaded "Wild Draw Four" cards.3. To begin play, each player begins with a score of zero. The dealer deals each player seven cards and places the remaining cards face down in the center of the playing area as the "draw stack", then turns the first card up and sets it down to create the "discard stack".4. The goal of the game is for each player to discard as many cards as possible before the other players can. To discard a particular card, it must match the current card at the top of the discard stack either by suit or by number (or "Skip",... 3/5 M. Hart "Sci-Fi Fan" (USA) - See all my reviews, November 26, 2003
    List Price: $9.99
    See why this color coded card game is such a popular brand of family Game
    Points are scored by being the first to rid yourself of all the cards in your hand before your opponents
    Be the first player or team to score 500 points
    America's #1 Brand of Family Game


  • Hasbro Games

    Monopoly

    Toy (Hasbro Games)

    Rating (226 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Hasbro Games

    If you are annoyed by small "updates," this is not the set for you

    This Monopoly set was cheaply produced in China, as you might guess given its price. For a family looking for a first set, it seems satisfactory. But anyone who has played Monopoly for years should be on notice that this set, redesigned in 2008, includes several minor annoyances.First, the most practical annoyance. The board folds up into quarters, which allows the manufacturer to fit the set into a smaller box, presumably to reduce production costs. But because the box is somewhat smaller (about 16 inches long), there is no room for the sort of convenient tray for Monopoly money that was once standard in the old boxes (which were about 20 inches long). This is annoying for both gameplay and storage.Second, the producers have unnecessarily and inexplicably made small changes to the rules of the game -- rules that have stood for more than half a century. Landing on the Luxury Tax space used to cost you $75; now it costs $100. The new rules also change the... 2/5 Adam Keiper (Washington, D.C.) - See all my reviews, January 17, 2010

    This version turns Monopoly into the Mediterranean Avenue of board games

    Please feel free to read this review in its entirety, or save yourself some time and avoid this version of Monopoly and buy the "Monopoly - Classic" version instead. While it is about double the price, it is the game you know and love. The less expensive version (reviewed here) is a piece of garbage.I regret this purchase. If you grew up playing Monopoly, you would be much, much better off buying "classic" or a used version. There are several major issues with this version, as well as some minor ones. If you buy this to teach your children one of the most beloved games of your childhood and a part of Americana, you are apt to be disappointed.The major issues involve quality and design. The board itself no longer folds in two. It is cut to fold into quarters and barely sits level on a table. I do not hold out much hope it will last very long. The property cards are flimsy, made smaller than in the past, as well as being thinner. The Chance and Community... 1/5 B. Colonna (Somewhere in NJ) - See all my reviews, December 31, 2010

    Still a great game

    Monopoly is often overlooked as a gamenight option these days, many people considering it outdated. But it's a classic for a reason, combining lucky rolls and strategy in a very unique way.The fact is that most people don't play Monopoly by the correct rules, and that makes all the difference. The key to enjoying the game is the inter-player deals and politics. That's where all the fun lies, and much of the strategy. Any player can strike any kind of a deal with another player - want to trade all the purples and light blues for Boardwalk? No problem. Want to trick someone into trading a property you need for all your railroads? This is where the real enjoyment comes from. I encourage you not only to get the game and play it, but to read the rules and "get into" the game.There are also some fun alternate rules you can use, such as collecting $400 (instead of $200) when you *land* directly on "go", or putting fine money (from chance cards, utility expenses, get out of jail... 1/5 Robert Graves (Thompson Station, TN USA) - See all my reviews = Durability:, February 5, 2004
    List Price: $18.99
    Buy and sell properties in Atlantic City
    Classic family board game
    Includes a new game piece and rules for a shortened version of the game
    A game of luck, chance, and wheeling and dealing
    Corner parts of the board, build houses and hotels, and charge other players exorbitant rent


  • Mattel

    Phase 10 Card Game

    Toy (Mattel)

    Rating (214 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Mattel

    Our Favorite Card Game (+ Update)

    Original review from September 2008:A few years ago (I help with students at church) another leader brought a pack of these cards and suggested a few played.... I joined in and was hooked... So I purchased a pack of these cards for my game collection. I have had ages 8-88+ play this game and have never had anyone who didn't love it.Game Play:Phase 10 is sort of like Rummy backwards. Each player (2-6 players) are dealt 10 cards. You then lay the remaining cards face down in the middle and flip one card face up.On your turn you must pick a card up (either the one laying face up in the middle or one from the pile) and discard one face up in the middle (covering the previous face-up card).Your goal is to go through the 10 phases:(*As a note: a set is the same numbers (ie a set of 3 would be 4&4&4 or 8&8&8.... A run is a numerical order (ie a run of 4 would be 1&2&3&4 or 9&10&11&12)1. 2 sets of 32. 1 set of 3 & 1 run... 5/5 A. Bailey (Myrtle Beach, SC) - See all my reviews, October 16, 2011

    Addicting

    My granddaughter, age 13 has this game and she taught me how to play. After a few practice rounds I understood how to play. The way she had learned to play was with a couple of the rules made up which I thought only added to the enjoyment. Even if you use only the instructed rules its fun. The made up rule was you can take a discard as long as the present player doesn't want the card. The catch is you have to draw a card along with the discarded one. If more than one player wants it, it goes to the player next in line to play. Another made-up rule was variation of the phases, which is fun to do also. I have played many times now and I still have to use the phase card to remind me of what the phase requires. Its a great family game, but I think children under the age of 8 might have a hard time understanding it. For the low price you receive many many hours of family/friends entertainment. I highly recommend Phase 10. I am buying a replacement game today because the cards are... 5/5 fonts "gayle" (Schertz, TX) - See all my reviews = Durability:, August 1, 2011

    UNO fans (and even non-fans) will love it

    0 5/5 sunshine - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Phase 10 Card Game (Toy) I love UNO, my husband hates it, but we both love Phase 10.Its a fun game, that requires some thinking, though not too much either - and can last for more than an hour with 4 players --- we always carry this with us on our family vacations. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 21, 2013
    List Price: $9.99
    Twist is that each phase to be completed is specific for each hand dealt
    Great family game for 2-6 players
    A rummy-type card game with a challenging and exciting twist
    Object of the game is to be the first player to complete 10 phase sequences
    From the makers of UNO


  • Winning Moves

    Monopoly the Card Game

    Toy (Winning Moves)

    Rating (20 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Winning Moves

    Good strategy game

    This is a great alternative to the full Monopoly game. Importantly, this game can go quickly; it does not need the hours needed to play the full board game. Because it only takes 5 to 10 hands for one player to accumulate the $10,000 it takes to win, this is viable for those (eg, children) with short attention spans. Even more importantly, because this version of the game does not need a board, it is an appropriate alternative for travel situations where you simply don't have space or care to carry the entire board with you.PLAYING THE GAME. The deck of cards has a full set of individual properties that you can trade or discard after the initial deal. Although you don't roll dice, you can obtain additional cards and properties by drawing new cards as part of your turn -- or you can pick up the discards from your oppononents. There is no concept of 'rent', but the special cards (chance cards, the house/hotel cards, and the 'token' cards) allow you to accumulate the points that... 4/5 M. Ragen "searagen" (Seattle, WA USA) - See all my reviews, January 7, 2001

    More fun than the board game... and quicker!

    We all love the thrill of getting a really powerful monopoly n MONOPOLY. but it can take an hour to get that far. In this cool card game, you can build several powerful monopolies in 45 minutes. The 60 cards are great - their graphics look dimensional and each depicts a property, token, house or hotel. There are some special cards as well that affect play (like the really good, or potentially really bad, "Chance" card). On each deal, you try to draw and trade your way to a complete "hand" of 20 cards. ("Trading" really means exchanging cards with the trading piles that each player builds during play). You need at least one monopoly (2-3 property cards), plus houses and a hotel (up to 5 more) plus token cards. The house cards are numbered, so you'll need a 1st house card before a 2nd house card does you any good. Likewise, you need all 4 house cards before a hotel card counts. The more built up your monopoly, the more its worth, just like in... 4/5 David M. Wilson "the preacher" (Redondo Beach, CA USA) - See all my reviews = Durability:, August 1, 2000

    Winning Moves is making some Winning Moves

    I'm a huge gamer and love all sorts of games. Recently, at our game club, someone suggested playing this card game as a filler game while we waited for other players to arrive. I agreed, although reluctant. After all, how could anyone make a true card game out of Monopoly? Needless to say, I came away rather impressed. In fact, the next meeting, I asked to play it again while we waited.The Monopoly themed rummy type game did not work well in a five player session, I don't recommend it for that. I can also see how a 2 player version would be quite boring, but 3-4 and you've got a game worth playing.Players must discard (in front of them) one card per turn. These are done in order. On a turn, a player must draw a card from the deck, or trade cards to get one of the cards in front of another player. If a player wants the bottom discard of a three card discard pile, he must give the other player three cards.When a player has collected monopolies and bonus cards... 4/5 0, October 11, 2003
    List Price: $12.95
    House and hotel cards add to the value of your set while Token cards multiply your payoff!
    Be the first player to get all the cards of a color-group and lay down your hand.
    All the Fun of the MONOPOLY game with a speedy new way to play!
    The first player to accumulate $10,000 wins the game!
    Build your hand through shrewd exchanges with your opponents.


  • Hasbro Games

    Scrabble Slam Cards

    Toy (Hasbro Games)

    Rating (193 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Hasbro Games

    Great for a rainy day

    0 4/5 M. T. Phelan (Baltimore, MD) - See all my reviews, April 13, 2009

    If you like four letter words...

    I very rarely play card games outside of Rummy and the occasional game of Poker. However, one Sunday morning I noticed a coupon in the USA Today insert which advertised a buy one get one free offer for Hasbro/Parker Brother's new card games. I picked up "Monopoly Deal" and this game, "Scrabble Slam".As card games go this one is pretty simple. A four letter word is laid out on the table (CHUM, LUMP, GATE, etc) and the remaining cards are dealt out to each player. Not all letters are present in the "deck" of 55 cards. There are no Q's and no X's, although there are couple of Z's and several Blanks (which can assume the form of whatever letter you want them to take, just like the Scrabble board game). Each card has two letters on it, one on the front and one on the back, and this allows the player a lot of flexibility to change words that are on the board.Each player then takes it in turn to lay down a single card anywhere on the 4 letter word. For instance,... 5/5 Ethan D Van Vorst (Salisbury, NC USA) - See all my reviews = Durability:, April 11, 2009

    A reasonable card game but not great.

    0 4/5 Jimmy B. "Engineer" (San Jose, CA United States) - See all my reviews = Durability:, April 17, 2009
    List Price: $11.99
    Scrabble Slam is a high-speed four letter word game, race against each other to change the existing word and get rid of your cards
    Game could become fame and fame could become fate you never know where it will go with Scrabble Slam
    Vacation fun or perfect stocking stuffers. Either way you win.
    The fast-paced word game where anything can happen. Fast-playing, card-slapping word-changing fun
    Play this game with your family and friends.