Build Your Dream House With Millionaire Mansions

If youve always dreamed of building a luxurious mansion on a tropical island or right next to the Coliseum in Rome, this is your lucky day. No, you havent won the lottery. And no, youre not going to be able to actually build that mansion, but you can now do it in a virtual world thanks to the new online videogame

Hasbrolaunched Tuesday the online video game where players around the world can build their dream homes basically everywhere they want, as long as the lot has not been claimed by some other player, that is. The game is first-come, first-serve, so youll have to be quick if you dont want to lose your favorite spot.

The online game is built onAPI and players or virtual millionaires will be able to build their mansions on 203 billion plots of land, choosing from 22 different mansion designs and 74 mansion accessories. As you play the game, you will unlock accessories and other bonuses such as water slides, planetariums and other luxury gizmos millionaires love to showcase in their mansions.

If you get tired of your house, you will be able to own up to three total mansions throughout the game. And Hasbro hasnt forgotten about the social side of video games. You can playMonopoly Millionaireonline throughFacebookand invite your friends to visit your house.

Monopoly Millionaireonline is part of a new spin on the classic board game Monopoly. In the new game, players will try to be the first to earn a million, instead of bankrupting their adversaries.

Will you joinMonopoly Millionaireonline? Where will you build your dream crib? Tell us in the comments.

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