The object of the game is to become the wealthiest player through buying and renting property and answering multiple choice mathematics questions.
Players take turns to roll two dice and move around the playing board the number of spaces indicated by the sum of the two dice. Whenever a player lands on an unowned property they may buy that property at its given price. If any other player then lands on that property they pay the owner the indicated rent.
If a player's funds fall below £0 they will be declared bankrupt and be out of the game.
This game is for two to four players. Please select:


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"Mathopoly concept is great but no one goes bankrupt (in 2 player mode)! Suggest raising the rents (up to 50%? ) of value. Joseph B, Catholic Cathedral College, NZ
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