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www.wmfd.com - Do you play Monopoly with your own set of rules, well, then Hasbro wants to know because the game maker is adding a new House Rules version of the game. }}" />

   
 
 
Monopoly Is Adding New House Rules

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/28/2014

Do you play Monopoly with your own set of rules? Hasbro wants to know. The game maker is adding a new House Rules version of the game. Monopoly fans can debate the 10 proposed house rules on Monopoly's Facebook page until April third. They include barring players from collecting rent while in jail and allowing players to make loans to each other to co-own properties. The House Rules Edition is expected to be out this fall. The new rules will also be added to the classic game guide next year to give players the option of using house rules, but the official rules won't change.

   
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