Hasbro, 1999, 2-4 players, ages 5-8. This is strictly a kid's game that I think most adults will find pretty tedious (I know I do). Unlike the "adult" version of Monopoly (which isn't exactly rocket surgery either), there is absolutely no strategy involved in this game. You must buy every property you land on (that isn't already owned by someone else) and put a house on it. You don't have the option of building multiple houses and there are no hotels. So, basically this game could be played by robots. My son seems to like it well enough, but I don't think it's his favorite. Good for teaching rudimentary arithmatic skills.