Monopoly Here & Now: The World Edition is now available on iPad

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EA Mobile has just released MONOPOLY® HERE & NOW™: The World Edition for iPad!  Enjoy a truly HD and interactive experience with enhanced graphics, amazing animations, and customizable house rules. It’s ‘GO’ time!

FOUR PLAY MODES!

· Play Now – Play a game against the AI or your friends, with 4 levels of difficulty and a variety of House Rules

· Tabletop Mode – Play against up to 3 of your friends in the immersive digital equivalent of the classic board game experience

· Teacher Mode – Play a single player game against a new more realistic AI, and learn the basics of MONOPOLY through helpful hints and tips that appear throughout the game.

· Local Network Play – Play your friends with over WiFi or Bluetooth, up to 4 players total. Yes, it’s backwards compatible with iPhone/iPod touch!

 

NEW DICE STATS CHART

See how often each number is rolled, in an individual game or over life of play on your device.

 

STUNNING VISUALS

Completely redesigned for iPad, with Elegant UI and Menu System, and Stunning HD Graphics!

 

ROCK YOUR iPAD

Listen & control your iTunes® Library while with friends and family.

 

ROLL WITH NEW MOVERS

Travel the world with international movers like the Nesting Doll or the Sumo Wrestler, or keep it green and “GO” with the new Toyota Prius mover!

 

PLAY WITH OTHER iOS FRIENDS

Jump into a local multiplayer game with other iOS friends who have MONOPOLY® HERE & NOW™: The World Edition - play from your iPad and connect with friends who have the iPhone or iPod Touch versions of the game.

 

MONOPOLIZE FRIENDS & FAMILY IN TABLETOP MODE – AN iPAD EXCLUSIVE!

Play up to 3 other players in an immersive interactive equivalent of the classic board game. For example, the board stays put while the interface automatically rotates to face the current player – and that’s just for starters!

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