Instructions for the Monopoly Banking Unit

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The Monopoly banking unit is a special new calculator used with the 75th anniversary and newer versions of the famous board game. This machine takes the banker position away from the game and leaves all the math to a smart machine. Each player uses a plastic card that looks like a credit card, and the banking unit keeps track of how much money each player has. This frees players from having to count out fake money.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Insert a credit card into the side of the banking unit that has the green + sign painted on it and then enter the number 15 and "M" to add 15 Million Dollars to the card. Repeat this step with the card for each of the players.

  2. 2

    Insert the credit card of a player who passed "Go" into the side of the banking unit that has the green + sign painted on it and the press the "Go" Arrow button to add the earned two million dollars to the player's card.

  3. 3

    Insert the credit card of a player who needs to pay some kind of tax or jail exit fee into the side of the banking unit that has the red - sign painted on it, enter the amount he needs to pay plus the "M" or "K" button to remove that amount from the card. For example, if the player has to pay £65,000, then you would enter 100 followed by the "K" button. "M" equals million and "K" equals thousand.

  4. 4

    Insert the credit card of a player who has to pay another player in the side of the banking unit with the red - sign and the credit card of the player being paid on the side of the banking unit with the green + sign and then enter in the amount to be paid followed by either the "M" or "K" button, depending on the amount.

  5. 5

    Press the button at the centre of the banking unit, wait until the correct symbol appears and then press the button at the centre of the banking unit if a player lands on a "Chance" spot on the board. The symbols are a walking man, a car, a rocket and a bicycle.

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