The new Monopoly


The new Monopoly Here and Now is out and our fair city makes it onto the board twice. Centennial Olympic Park is replacing St. Charles Place, a piece that I have always found to be well-landed on and very helpful in winning the game. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport also makes the board as the final “railroad.” Railroads, in my opinion, are very useful early in the game but their value diminishes as the game progresses.

A round-up of other Metroblogging cities making the cut can be found here. Frankly, I think Atlanta comes out on top. Two properties. Only NYC, LA, and Chicago can claim that with us. And we already know we’re better than them.

1 Comment so far

  1. Annie (unregistered) on November 13th, 2006 @ 2:50 pm

    Ha! That is funny. You might be starting some great monopoly war with the other Metblogs cities, but it IS interesting that Atlanta comes out with the same number of properties as the biggies.

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