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Awesome Town is a reimagining of the clasic board game Monopoly.

Shed the old, dog-eat-dog mindset and work together to save your town and your friends.

 

Whoa whoa whoa...We're going to need a little more real estate if you get my drift.

Come back on a tablet or laptop please.

Awesome Town is a reimagining of the clasic board game Monopoly.

Shed the old, dog-eat-dog mindset and work together to save your town and your friends.

We are in Beta now with limited access.

Access is limited to invitation only at this time.

Thank You.

The goals of Awesome Town Beta are:

  1. See if we can make a new game with an old game.
  2. Discover bugs.
  3. Find out what we got right.
  4. Find out what we got wrong.
  5. Proof of concept - with augmented reality taking shape, can technology enhance games played face to face? Read More About this project.

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Setting Up The Game

This game is played with both the physical board game Monopoly and a tablet connected to the internet.

1. Set up your Monopoly board

2. Choose your tokens and

3. Give everyone $1,500

Who's Playing?

What's the name of your town?

During beta, Awesome Town has some customizable aspects that change the game. Feel free to start your game with the preset values, or change things up.

When you play Awesome Town, the virtual tourists are broken down into three groups. Part of the fun is the discovery of these tourist groups. The starting population size of each group is randomly selected between these lower and upper bounds.

Group 1

  • Lower Bound:
  • upper bound:

Group 2

  • Lower Bound:
  • upper bound:

Group 3

  • Lower Bound:
  • upper bound:

Multiplier - How fast do the tourist populations grow each round.

This number indicates how many visitors you need to win the game.

This number indicates how many beds each property has...it's capacity.

This number indicates how much it costs to reach a tourist. $x per 1 tourist