I got this pop up when Iogged into my gmail account this morning. Google Selfie/Shelfie theme? Is it awful that I almost like the idea?! Continue reading “Surely a Google April Fools!”
Finally a use, if a purely entertaining one, for google maps other than to find your house!
According to ITProportal.com:
Just like the traditional board form of the game, the online version of Monopoly will let players purchase properties, as well as build football stadiums and other attractive sites along with houses and hotels.
Furthermore, the Chance cards will enable users to build prisons and waste-yards on their rivalsâ€™ streets. The Monopoly game is reportedly hitting the floor on 9 September.
Players will start the free version of the game with three million Monopoly dollars, and can snap up Downing Street for $231,000, as well as Washingtonâ€™s Pennsylvania Avenue, where White House stands, for $2 million.
I like the fact that the initial release of this game will be free to play with a possible Premium version coming afterwards. Fun for everyone for free, as most google apps are. According to the gameâ€™s official website, â€œThe goal is simple. Play to beat your friends and the world to become the richest property magnate in existence. Own any street in the world. Build humble houses, crazy castles and stupendous skyscrapers to collect rentâ€.
I think it’s a great idea and I hope it’s successful, I know I will be playing.
I’m tempted to talk a lot about this new developing application; it’s uses as well as how it could well revolutionise how the world communicates online. But I won’t the video below does that far better than I could.
This site will always look better in firefox. In my humble opinion it’s the most reliable web-browser – throw nearly anything at it and it will just keep ploughing on regardless. This said, I’m not very good at just sticking to firefox, my urge to fiddle is too strong.