Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Drizzt, Sep 28, 2002.
I never noticed the link.
It doesn't answer my question....
Yes it does.
It will eventually, have patience.
Well, I have another question on the same topic. Is there anyway to get Trials of the Luremaster from another website that's not owned by the near monopoly Gamespy?
everyone say bootsy
I'm not a big monopoly fan and whats with the boot.
I like the dog. But why is the dog smaller than the boot?
How can you go past the top hat?
*Gets out Monopoly 1935 American version*
OK, apart from the hat and the car, which are both missing, I've got...
*The Rocking Horse
*The Field Cannon (some kind of bizarre, pre-Howitzer thing)
There's no dog. I stand by the hat, with the Howitzer coming a close second.
If I recall correctly, the Brit version I played when young had:
Dog (archetypal "man's best friend" variety, that everyone always wanted to play)
Boot (old and worn)
Iron (manually heated, non-electric "flat iron" type thing)
Car (sporty and sleek)
Ship (looks like a destroyer in my completely unnautical opinion)
Hat (top hat, as worn by toffs and used by bad magicians)
No bells (or whistles). No baggage. As for the rocking horse, it can kiss my ass.
Wait! I had the Iron too! (Ominous Capitals)
Okay, the version I have at home now (which is very beat up, the box is next to useless and the board isn't much better) has (or, in some cases, had):
A howizter/gun thingy
A top hat
I'm sure there were one or two more, but I can't remember them. They've long since disappeared.
Mine has a wheelbarrow, too.
Wow. You guys love monopoly then.
I was playing the Canadian version the other day (Don't ask) and they had:
Bear / Moose / Hockey Player.....
Will someone please tell me what this has to do with Gamespy being a near monopoly?
It's called hijacking, get used to it.
Re: everyone say bootsy
The significance of Monopoly pieces
<---- uses world cup edition peices :wink:
<--- Apparently uses an edition that never existed
<---- Has an addition which has Worf instead of a thimble
<---- Likes RISK or Settlers of Cattan better than Monopoly
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