Saturday, February 14, 2004

Recently visited some friends for an afternoon of board games, and they had an old game they'd bought at a garage sale on the cheap. It's called Prize Property, and it's a 70s real estate game something like Monopoly. It was very cheesy (just look at the cover) and enjoyable. The smallest denomination of cash is $1M, so you can crack wise on the capitalist wheeling and dealing. The board is loaded with pathetic, overfarmed, desiccated 1920s Dust Bowl-style land, which you pay to renovate. Then you construct buildings and collect rent and race to be the first to develop it all.


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