Are you a big fan of Monopoly or want to create your own Monopoly-like board game?
Monopoly is a board game that originated in the US in 1903. The game clearly shows that an economy that rewards wealth creation is better than one in which monopolists work under few constraints. Therefore the game is named after the economic concept of monopoly. There are many versions of the game and the tokens in time have been often retired or replaced.
What size is the standard Monopoly board?
The standard one-sided printed standard Monopoly board is 50.8 cm x 50.8 cm (20 x 20 inches).
We provide this Monopoly board game if you like to play the game on a different board. It doesn't show the names or values of the streets. For each (country) edition of the game, currency signs of existing currencies such as guilders, euros or dollars are sometimes indicated on the game board and cards with the game.
On the board, it shows the streets and stations, the prices that are being stated, is for buying the streets without buildings. It is also indicated on the map what the cost of the street is and what the street can provide as a 'mortgage'. You can borrow money from the bank in the form of a 'mortgage'. This is only possible on individual streets in an unbuilt series of streets in the same place.
You can download and print this Monopoly Board. When you print it on a thick paper and add a carton and icing sheets, it will give the board a more professional appearance. The main thing you need to know about icing sheets is that the picture quality is far more superior to that of wafer paper. This makes them more suitable for highly detailed images and photographs.
We provide a lot of free suitable templates and also have a premium collection available for professional usage. The blank board template we offer will enable you to create your own Monopoly-like game. You could create one with the street names of your own town, part of your businesses or relate to a totally different subject. You can even use it for your own amazing school project. Or what about using it for a special Christmas or birthday game?
Check out this Printable blank Monopoly game to help you create your own board game!