The digitised Singapore version of Monopoly allows you to explore the city and win attractive prizes.
Newly launched today, Monopoly Explore! SG is a digitised version of the classic board game which allows users to rediscover Singapore through the in-app interaction with iconic locations, venues and people.
The app is now exclusively available for download until Apr 30 on Google Play Store from today and on the App Store for iOS devices from Feb 22.
Players can explore the city, meet artisanal makers, discover products and win real rewards which include discount vouchers from partners and a grand cash prize of $8000.
The game introduces new tiles that represent four uniquely Singaporean experiences. These tiles are categorised into Foods, Goods, Faces and Spaces. The same goes for the tokens and players can pick from pieces such as a durian fruit, HDB void deck table and orchids.
To play, players are to roll the dice to land on a tile and make a move by acquiring tiles to unlock more exclusive content like informative videos and fun games.
To level up and increase the chances of winning prizes, players can learn more about the museum’s treasures or take a quiz about Singapore’s landmarks.
Interactive mini-games are also available within the app like the foodpanda City Delivery, where players can deliver food orders around the city. Alternatively, there’s also The Perfect Toast Box Kopi, where you get to make your own concoction of the perfect brew of local coffee.
There are also opportunities to go good within the game too. For example, acquiring The Good Tile will give players an opportunity to donate to local non-profit organisations such as The Food Bank Singapore.
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