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Fortune Avenue is a new take on a Monopoly-like experience

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Binogure Studio (City Game Studio) recently announced Fortune Avenue, their own take on a Monopoly-like experience that will enter Early Access this year. Made with Godot Engine it will have Native Linux support.

"At its core, Fortune Avenue echoes the essence of a Monopoly-like experience, but it's far more than just a mere replication. It's an expansive universe where players traverse lands, erect hotels from modest 1-star accommodations to opulent 5-star establishments. Here, the pursuit of a monopoly extends beyond properties – envision acquiring an entire continent, solidifying your grasp on its riches.

But it's not just about tangible assets; it's about wonder. Among the game's prized possessions are existing wonders waiting to be claimed by astute players, enriching their conquests with legendary marvels."

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  • Multiplayer Monopoly-Like Experience: Engage with players worldwide in a vibrant, competitive environment.
  • Land Acquisition and Hotel Development: Acquire lands, build hotels from 1 to 5 stars, and shape your empire.
  • Continent Monopoly and Wonder Collection: Aim for monopoly over entire continents and acquire wonders to bolster your holdings.
  • VAC Secured Multiplayer: Ensuring fairness and security, providing a level playing field for all participants.
  • Physics-Based Dice Rolling: Experience true-to-life dice rolls with an immersive physics simulation.
  • Wheel of Fortune: Add an element of unpredictability with a game-changing wheel to alter the course of play.

The developer said they plan to keep it in Early Access likely for around 2 years as they continue adding content like avatar customization, controller support, workshop support, more multiplayer management features, customized game rules and more.

You can follow it on Steam.

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jordicoma Feb 14
It would be nice board costumization, at least street name costumization. There are no "monopoli like" game of my town.
hardpenguin Feb 14
I am still waiting for a good Monopoly-like on Steam. Fingers crossed for this project.
motang Feb 14
Oh that looks fun, I remember my friend and I used to play Monopoly on the GameCube called Monopoly Party.
It has become a fairly widely known fact that Monopoly was originally invented to teach people about the evils of capitalism--to show how as somebody gets rich, everybody else ends up broke. I reckon they were a tad disappointed when everyone just embraced the game.
dibz Feb 14
Is the name supposed to be a play on Fortune Street?

Which by the way, if y'all haven't played Fortune Street on the Wii it's a great game.
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