It is probably the most popular board game in the world among kids and adults altogether. It is not only fun and competitive, it is also very educational as its basic premise is to show how an economy which promotes the creation of wealth is working much better than one where monopolist are forced to work under impossible limitations. The game, which was originally named The Landlord’s Game, was invented by an American designer, Elizabeth Magie who patented the game in 1904. 30 years later, Parker Brothers bought the patent from Magie and that’s when the name Monopoly, as we know it today, was given to the historical board game.
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