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versie 2000.


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Number of  versions: 11

Edition: December 19, 2009

As is known so far Parker Brothers issues also in Chile only the Spanish edition of Atlantic City. On the other hand there are a few inland manufacturers who issue Monopoly-like games.

International Spanish language edition of 1985.Edition: International Spanish language ed., Ref.8009
              "Juego de Intercambio de Finca Raíz de Parker 
              Brothers (Game of exchange of properties, originally P.B.)
Publisher: Parker Brothers, Inc. - Beverly - 1985
Dimensions of the box: 25.6 x 51.0 cm
The game:
This set has been issued by Parker Brothers in all North-, Middle- and South American countries where Spanish is spoken, so most probably in Chile as well.
It concerns the well-known American standard edition in the white box with the streets of Atlantic City, but in the Spanish language. 

From Go (¡Adelante!) on all properties of the International Spanish language edition are:

Avenida Mediterráneo - Arca Comunal (Community Chest) - Avenida Báltica - Impuesto sobre Ingresos (Income Tax) - Ferrocarril Reading - Avenida Oriental - Casualidad (Chance) - Avenida Vermont - Avenida Connecticut - En la .../De visita no más - Plaza San Carlos - Compañía de Electricidad - Avenida de los Estados - Avenida Virginia - Ferrocarril de Pensilvania - Plaza Santiago - Arca Comunal - Avenida Tennessee - Avenida Nueva York - Parada Libre (Free Parking) - Avenida Kentucky - Casualidad - Avenida Indiana - Avenida Illinóis - Ferrocarril B. & O. - Avenida Atlántico - Avenida Ventnor Obras de agua potable (Drinking-water Works) - Jardines Marvin - !Váyase a la Cárcel! (Go to Jail) - Avenida Pacífico - Avenida Carolina del Norte - Arca Comunal - Avenida Pensilvania - Ferrocarril Short Line - Casualidad - Plaza del Parque - Impuesto sobre posesiones de lujo (Luxury Tax) and  Paseo Tablado.

The lid of this "long box" shows the last part of the 4th side and Go. On top is the red bar with Rich Uncle Pennybags in the middle O. The dice show numbers 3 and 5. The bottom of the box is un-printed.
The back of the solid game board is blue. The word Monopoly goes in closed characters in a black frame sloping over the board. The innerbox contains except for a small plastic insert with 7 holes for the banknotes also a filling up piece of blue cardboard on which the "13 frequently asked questions" are printed in Spanish.
The game is entirely in the Spanish language but the money is in dollars. It are the well-known banknotes with the mention "Copyright 1935 by Parker Brothers Inc." in the centre circle. The  Casualidad (Chance) cards are red and the Arca Comunal (Community Chest) cards are yellow, both illustrated with funny pictures of Rich Uncle Pennybags identical to those of the original American issue.
There are 10 metal tokens "made in Hong Kong", viz.: car - hat - thimble - dog - boat - iron - canon - rider-on-horse - shoe and wheelbarrow.
The dark green houses and red hotels with overhanging roofs are made of plastic and do have a centrally placed chimney. Both dice are white with black pips.

This edition was "Fabricado en los EE.UU".


One gameboard with two games of inland make.Edition: Gran Mundo Financiero
Publisher: Juegos Toledo M.T.R. - ±1990
Dimensions of the box: 21.8 x 41.6 cm
                  of the board: 35.5 x 35.5 cm
The game:
The (soft) gameboard of this box can be played on at both sides.
The games are called:

  1. Gran Mundo Financiero (= The great financial world)

  2. Ases de la Hípica

As monopoholic I am only interested in the monopoly-like game.

The colorful illustration on the lid immediately shows "Gran Mundo Financiero" to be the most important game. The large picture, returning on the midfield of the board, is perhaps a view over the capital city of Santiago. 
The innerbox has an insert of white cardboard with but 6 holes for the 7 banknotes and 3 for the attributes.
It is striking that the playdirection  is counter-clockwise.  Like with the official Monopoly there are also 9 spaces inbetween the corners. These 4 corners are resp.: 

1. Partida
2. Cárcel (a nice picture of a rascal in a prison cell)
3. Teatro
4. Asistencia Pública

The numbered spaces  (streets and institutes of Santiago?) along the 4 sides are successively:

Side 1: Carmen - ? - Lira - Compañía de Gas - Compañía de Teléfonos - Gran Avenida - ? - Av. Grecia -    Irarrazabal
Side 2: San Diego - ? - Av. Matta - Estación Mapocho -  Chilectra - ? - Diez de Julio - Estadio Nacional - Portugal
Side 3: A.Prat - Franklin  - ? - Matucana - Hotel Sheraton - Exposición - Aeropuerto - Bandera - Puente
Side 4: Recoleta - ? - El Salto - Estación Central - Torres de San Borja - Providencia - Hipódromo Chile - Ahumada - Estado

Both the property cards and the Destino (destination) cards are 45 x 65 mm and have to be separated from sheets. There are 2 types of Destino cards, 20x blue and 20x pink.  Strange enough there are no spaces for them on the board's centre-field.
The banknotes are of the "Banco Comercial de Santiago" and show pictures of well-known persons. The 6 denominations in Pesos are resp.: 10 - 100 - 500 - 1,000 - 5,000 and 10,000.
There are 13 tokens altogether, of which 6 pawns and 7 horses (for the other game). The 24 Casas (houses) as well as the12 Edificios (buildings) are white. The Edificios have a chimney.
Both white dice are unequal in size.


Edition: SUPER METROPOLISuper Monopoly, a game of inland make., bar code ref. 000048
Publisher: Juguetes Meyer Ltda./m.Hr.Hobby - Santiago - ±1990
Dimensions of the box: 29.5 x 51.5 cm
The game:
This game is ment for players aged 12 to 99.
The gameboard is much larger than the one of the "regular" MONOPOLY game. It's dimensions are: 76.5 x 49.5 cm and it is folded in 3! 

It has streets of the capital Santiago. They are divided over the game board into 4 groups, including a racecourse or an electricity works, or station or airport and similar. Each groupconsists of 9 numbered spaces.  This is including 1 or 2 Chance spaces. There is no Go, however one starts at the bank. (What  is the meaning of the police, doctor, professor and First Aid?):

Counter-clockwise the properties are from Banco onwards: 

Alameda B.O'Higgins - Destino - Ahumada - Chilectra - Estación Central - Torres de Tajamar - Vitacura - Destino - Providencia  
Los Leones
- Matucana - Estación Mapocho - San Pablo - Gasco - Américo Vespucio - Destino - Avenida Colón - Arturo Prat
- Aeropuerto Pudahuel - Tobalaba - Destino - Compañía de Teléfonos - Recoleta - Destino - Irarrázval - Pedro de Valdivia
Asistencia Publica
- Estadio Nacional - Villa El Dorado - Destino - Club Hipico - Vicùña Mackenna - Hotel Carrera - Diez de Julio - Gran Avenida.

There are no prices mentioned on the game board.
For those places like electricity, stadium, club hipique, hotel Carrera a.s.o. are cards in the size of the chance cards. 
The innerbox contains a white plastic insert with 15 holes for all accessories as well as the Rules. The bottom is green with white text.
There are red and beige chance cards (Destino). They contain well-known cards like house repairs, school tax and doctor's fee, but there are other cards as well like for example for a visit to the cinema for which the player has to pay the bank $ 600 (for 2 persons).   
The money issued by the Banco Mundial consists of 6 banknoteswith unsharp sketches of mansheads in  denominations of: $ 100 - 500 - 1.000 - 5.000 - 10.000 and 50.000. (It is nowhere said what the $-sign stands for but it most probaly will be the Peso.)
The tokens are 6 aggravation pawns. There are 50 large red houses and 24 large blue hotels, made of poor plastic. Both dice are red with white pips.
The game is of course in Spanish; the Rules seems to be a bit more simple than those of Monopoly.

The price amounted to Ps 4580 (€ 18.-) December 1994.


Publisher: Juguetes Guau - ±1990
Dimensions of the box: 38.5 x 38.5 cm
The game:
The game does not look so modern. The box shows some old fashioned pictures and illustrations. The gameboard shows the same pictures. The game is clearly based on Monopoly but has some deviating matters. It is striking that also this game has to be played counter clock-wise.
Besides possession of but one street is sometimes sufficient to build houses: 4 streets stand "alone" and further more are 8 "duo" streets. Moreover there are many single spaces (comparable with Water Works and Electric Company) like Chilectra, Gasco, Compagnia de Teléfonos and hotel Carrera (who by the way also occur in the earlier mentioned game.)

The first space is not Go but Banco del Estado. Also here are only Chance (Destino) cards in two colors: yellow and red. The money is divided in banknotes of 100 to 50,000 Ps and have a quality of a color copymachine. Each player receives at the start of the game 20,000 Ps in undifined denominations. Passing over Banco del Estado you receive 30,000 Ps; landing on this space makes you receiving 35,000 Ps, so not double the amount.

This set was bought in January 1995.


International ed. Spanish of 1999.Edition: International Spanish edition, ref.08009
              "Juego de Compraventa de Inmuebles, de Parker  
                Brothers"   (Property trading game, of Parker Brothers)
Publisher: Parker Brothers/Hasbro Inc. - Pawtucket - 1999
Dimensions of the box: 26.9 x 40.2 cm
The game:
The lid of this new "standard box" (shorter than the 1985 issue) also shows the last part of the 4th side and Go. On top is the red bar with Rich Uncle Pennybags in the middle O. The dice now show the numbers 3 and 6 but the race car is still on the Paseo Tablado.
The bottom of the box is still un-printed, unlike the similar European editions showing a "laughing family" around a table playing Monopoly.

In this new box is one plastic tray with 7 slots for the banknotes, 10 slots for the property deeds and 4 trays for the other equipment. The board is folded in four.  The word Monopoly is in a black frame diagonal the board. On the game board are the nice looking Casualidadand Arca Comunal cards of this set. It are white cards on which the text in a frame is printed in red. The back of the Arca Comunal cards is blue with the treasure chest in a yellow field; that of the Casualidad cards is red with a ? in a yellow field.
The property cards don't have rounded corners and consequently look like slightly largers (dim.: 56 x 87 mm). The back of this white cards is printed in red.
The banknotes are of the new model, i.e. with a black ribbon with in there "Monopoly with Uncle Pennybags" in the upper part of the circle.
The 10 tokens are made of pewter (without a mention "made in China" on the plastic bag). The green plastic houses do have a chimney, the red hotels don't. Both the dice are white.

This edition also is "Fabricado en los EE.UU".


Anniversary edition 2000.Edition: Monopoly Edición Aniversario, Art.N° 00819
Publisher: Parker Brothers/Hasbro Perú S.A. - 2000
Dimensions of the box: 25.2 x 48.3 cm
The game:
This again is the Spanish language issue of an American game, i.a. with the streets of Atlantic City.
For this anniversary edition the same design is used as for the DeLuxe versions in many other countries in this same peiod: 

Alongside the lower part of the colorful lid shows a part of the 3rd side 
of the game board with (green) locomotive in the middle.
In contrast to the DeLuxe editions of other countries there are no gold 
tokens on the streets here.

Right on top of this locomotive are 2 white dice showing a 1 and 4 on top.

On top of these dice is the red Monopoly-bar- with-shadow and 
Mr.Monopoly out the middle O.

And on top of this finally is a gold colored arch telling this is an anniversary edition.

However, in contrast with the DeLuxe editions this box is not high and therefore it cannot contain a carousel card holder for the banker.
The bottom part of the box shows a nice color picture of the game board and its accessories, however without the tokens. Because of the fact this is an anniversary edition a "moneybag" has been added. 
The property deeds (58x89 mm) with rounded corners have a blue back.
The funny illustrated orange colored Suerte (Luck) and yellow colored Arca Comunal (Community Chest) cards are rather small (45x77 mm). 
The money consists of one sided printed Monopoly banknotes in low denominations 1 - 5 - 10 - 20 - 50 - 100 and 500. Here again the $-sign is used on the game board as well as on the property deeds and in the Rules.
The 10 metal tokens are the very well-known: boat - car - hoat - dog - iron - rider-on-horse - wheel-barrow - canon - thimble and shoe. However it says on the bottom of the box that there are only 8 tokens supplied.
The green houses and red hotels are made of transparant plastic. They have a chimney in the centre of the roof.
Both dice are white with black pips. The Rules are printed red on white paper.

This game is imported from Argentina.

The price of this set amounted to ARS 46.- (= € 13.80) July 2002 in Argentina.


Junior 441, made in Argentinia.Edition: Monopoly Junior, Art.Nº 441
Publisher: Parker Brothers/Tonka/Hasbro Perú S.A. - ±2000
Dimensions of the box: 30.3 x 30.3 cm
The game:
The presentation of this Junior edition is according to the American design, i.a. with a somewhat oblong game board in a square box. It also bears the "typical" American ref.number 441. However, 
it is Fabricado en Argentina.

The long sides have 10 spaces and the short side therefore only have 6. Besides the sizes of the spaces are  rather different. The 1 time folded game board's back is red. The bottom side of the box shows a color picture of the board with all its accessories.
Inside the inner box is a cardboard insert with the Rules printed on in red.

Join Rich Uncle Pennybags and his nieces and nephews for a thrill-filled day at the "Amusements street" - the Roller Coaster, the Magic Show, the Water Slide the Video Arcade and more.  
Four kids can play at the same time, because there are 4 simple pawns (instead of cars as the picture at the bottom suggests), resp. yellow, red, blue and green. The Casitas de Venta (Ticket Boots) distributed at the start  of the game are in the same 4 colors. They very much look the same like the well-known hotels and they also have a chimney. The moment you have 2 entretenimientos (attractions) of the same color you can collect double the fee.
There are 6 Suerte spaces, where cards can be drawn with instructions like Dirigirse al tobogan de agua (Go to the Water Slide) and Paga $3 para tomar el tren para ir al toilette (Pay $3 and take the train to the toilet). The sizes of these cards are 45x78 mm. 
The money consists of 5 one side printed notes (51x83 mm) with Uncle Pennybags in the centre field in various situation. The denominations are resp.: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 and 5 $.
The one die is white with black pips.

This game is imported from Argentina.

The price of this set amounted to ARS 28.50 (= € 8.55)  in July 2002 in Argentina.

Card game of 2000.Edition: Monopoly Express, Art.N° 9035
              Juego de Cartas (Card game)
Publisher: Parker Brothers/Tonka/Hasbro Argentina S.A. - 2000
Dimensions of the box: 19.0 x 27.2 cm
The game:
Strang enough there are no Rules supplied with this game, made in Argentina. On the other hand it is manifest it is a happy families game, because the aim is to make monopolies of one of the famous streets plus 1 or 2 adjacent other fields like Suerte, Arca Comunal, Obras de aguas corrientes or Compañía de Electricidad. All 4 stations also make a monopoly, as well as the the 4 corners. The game is again the Spanish language version of the American town Atlantic City.
A colored bar along the edge of the little game board (26x26 cm) indicates which 4 spaces belongs to a monopoly.

The Rules of the corresponding American  Express Monopoly Card Game, No.40155 from 1994 tell us:
"At the start of the game for a maximum of 4 players each one gets 4 cards; the remainder is placed in the center of the game board (on the Pozo space). The one who is on turn draw as many cards as necessary to bring his hand up to a total of 5. Next he/she plays one card to the space of the matching property group on the board. The one who adds the fourth card to 1 color makes monopoly and put these cards face down in front of him/her.
There is no money, nor houses and hotels, but the monopolies do have a value in points, increasing from 1 to 8. At the end of each round each player's number of points are counted. The first player to reach 50 points, or have the highest score after the final round has been completed, is the winner  ."

This edition is imported from Argentina.

The price of this set amounted to ARS 12.- (= € 3.60) July 2002  in Argentina.

Long little box 00818 of 2001.Editon: Standard - long little box
              Atlantic City - Spanish, Art.N° 00818

Publisher: Parker Brothers/Hasbro/The Toy Comp. S.R.L. - 2001
Dimensions of the box: 21.7 x 41.5 cm
The game:
The lid of this long little box shows Mr.Monopoly out the middle O of Monopoly in the red bar. Because Rich Uncle Pennybags was not renamed into Mr.Monopoly (with red bow tie) until 2000 this issue must date from that year as well.
Although this edition has been manufactured in Argentina it still is the Spanish language issue of the American version, i.e. with the streets from Atlantic City. Of this both most expensive streets next to Salida are shown on the lid underneath the red bar. On the lid and all its rims show the Hasbro logo and in addition there is a promotion sign saying 
"Original Monopoly with metal tokens".
The bottom of the box show a color picture of a game board (with red back) and all accessories. In reality the board's back is dark blue
The game board's  playside is folded outwards. The properties are still low prised, reason why you receive but $ 200 over Salida. The property deeds (58x89 mm) with rounded corners have a blue back.
The funny illustrated orange colored Suerte (Luck) and yellow colored Arca Comunal (Community Chest) cards are rather small (45x77 mm). 
The money consists of one sided printed Monopoly banknotes in low denominations 1 - 5 - 10 - 20 - 50 - 100 and 500. Here again the $-sign is used on the game board as well as on the property deeds and in the Rules.
The 10 metal tokens are the very well-known: boat - car - hoat - dog - iron - rider-on-horse - wheel-barrow - canon - thimble and shoe. However it says on the bottom of the box that there are only 8 tokens supplied.
The green houses and red hotels are made of transparant plastic. They have a chimney in the centre of the roof.
Both dice are white with black pips. The Rules are printed in blue on white paper.

This edition is imported from Argentina.

The price of this set amounted to ARS 40.- (= € 12.-) July 2002  in Argentina.


Infantil instead of Junior, ref.441.Edition: Monopoly Infantil, Art.Nº 441(Children's Monopoly)
Publisher: Hasbro Arg. S.A./The Toy Comp.S.R.L. - 2001
Dimensions of the box: 30.3 x 30.3 cm
The game:
The great difference between this edition and the somewhat older version under the same Art.N°441 is the translation of Junior into Infantil.

Although it doesn't like very obvious there are still some small differences, viz.:

The board's back is dark blue.

Also here the tokens are no cars but simple pawns-with-

The ticket booths are now small, plastic houses with chimney.

The one die only measures10x10x10 mm.

Of course the Rules are the same. 

This edition is also manufactured in Argentina.

The price of this set amounted to ARS 28.50 (= € 8.55) July 2002 in Argentina.


First Ecuadorian Hasbro edition, 2008.Edition: Monopoly Ecuador, ref.nrs. LA01730 (LA01753 / 2000001743126)
              Juego de Compraventa de Inmuebles, de Parker Brothers ®

              Edición de Colección 
Publisher:Hasbro/Parker - 2008
Dimensions of the box: 40.2 x 26.7x 6.7 cm                                 Diese Version auf deutsch: www.monopoly-wiki.de
The game:
This collector's item is from the collection of Steve Amato - N.Y.          

As it can be read from the bottom of this edition this typical Ecuadorian version is also distributed in Chile and Mexico.

While in many countries the black, or blue, Parker logo tends to disappear these days from the Hasbro editions this first Monopoly edition is yet introduced in this country showing the American blue Parker logo on the colorfull lid. This also means the game has been produced in America. It almost has the sizes of the standard white boxes of the Parker/Hasbro editions from around the year 2000 in Europe and elsewhere, only 1.5 cm higher. However, its content is that of the standard square green boxes with the third die as it is announced by the yellow sticker on the bottom of the box saying "Juega rápido con el Dado Veloz" (Play faster with the Lucky die). The bottom of the box only shows a large picture of the board with Mr. Monopoly on top and the "introduction story" in a green column. There is no reference to the new interactive ways of playing Monopoly by EA.

The properties are from Salida (Go) onwards:
Península De Santa Elena
- Arca Comunal (Community Chest) - Machala - Impuestos Sobre La Renta (Income Tax) - Aeropuerto Cuenca - Santo Domingo - Casualidad (Chance) - Portoviejo - Manta - En la cárcel/De visit nada más - Plaza de la Independencia - Empresa Electrica - Parque la Carolina -Palacio de Carondelet - Aeropuerto Quito - Panecillo - Arca Comunal - Iglesia DeGuapulo - Parque Itchimbía - Parada Libre - Parque de las Iguanas - Casualidad - Parque Histórico Guayaquil - Malecon 2000 - Aeropuerto Guayaquil - Las Penas - Municipio de Guayaquil - Agua Potable (Represa Paute) - Parque CentenarioVáyase a la cárcel! - Cuenca - Ruinas de Inga-Pirca - Arca Comunal - El Chimborazo - Aeropuerto Manta -Casualidad - Islas Galápagos - Impuestos de Lujo (Luxury Tax) and Mitad del Mundo.

The most striking is the 3rd die, the red socalled Lucky die, making the play faster. However, the game can still be played the "old-fashioned" way, without this additional die.
Two standard white dice and one Lucky die. This die shows the figures 1 - 2 and 3, a bus and 2x Mr. Monopoly. The effect of this Lucky die, together with both white dice is:

1, 2 or 3: Add up this with your throw of the white dice.
Bus: You may choose if you want to move on the basis of one or both white dice.
Mr.Monopoly: Proceed the number of pips of the white dice and carry out what has to be done on that space. Further you go to the next unsold property and buy it or let it be auctioned. If there is no more unsold ground you proceed to the next property of an other player and pay the rent.
At double throw of the white dice the Luck die does not count.
When you throw 3 times one, two or three in 1 throw you may go to a space to choice.
If you are sent to the prison, the Lucky die no longer participates.

Wrong property deed shown in the Rules booklet.Other features of this possible prospective "standard edition" are:

In the white strip of the lid is stated it here concerns a Parker invention of a Family game for players over
8 years
old and a number of players from 2 to 8. 

All 4 rims of the lid show the new rectangular Monopoly red bar.

The innerbox contains a greenish cardboard filling piece showing the red Monopoly bar and Ecuador 
banner as well as a black plastic insert with 7 slots for the banknotes.

The property deeds have the sizes of the European ones: 56x88 mm, while the picture in the Rules booklet
suggest they have the sizes of the American cards: 67x77 mm. 
The fact that this wrong card is shown in the Rules booklet may be an indication there must have been an earlier 
Ecuadorian Parker Monopoly
? By the way: the word Mudo on the small card is wrong, it ought to be Mundo.

The Casualidad and Arca Comunal cards are illustrated with various apparitions of Mr. Monopoly with 
his cane. The instructions on these cards are still the same as over the past 74 years.

The Banknotes are printed in black on colored paper in the denominations: 1 (white) - 5 - 10 - 20 - 50
and 500 $ (= US $). The notes are not stacked in order in the bundle, the 20$ and 50$ have been swapped.

The 8 metal tokens are the usual ones, viz.:  car - wheelbarrow - dog - iron - hat - boat - shoe and thimble.

The hollow plastic houses and hotels are the American ones and have a chimney and an overhanging roof.

The Rules are in a booklet of 12 pages. There is a number on the back. It is 767LA0173000. 

The double folded game board lies unfixed on both inserts of the innerbox and so can move freely.

The game is made in the U.S.



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