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Finance, or The Fascinating Game of Finance or Finance and Fortune, is a board game originally released in 1932. The game is based on The Landlord's Game in the movement of pieces around the board, the use of cards, properties that can be purchased, and houses that can be erected on them. The game also has railroads; however, these may not be purchased. The game is a predecessor to Monopoly.

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  • Finance (game)
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  • Finance, or The Fascinating Game of Finance or Finance and Fortune, is a board game originally released in 1932. The game is based on The Landlord's Game in the movement of pieces around the board, the use of cards, properties that can be purchased, and houses that can be erected on them. The game also has railroads; however, these may not be purchased. The game is a predecessor to Monopoly.
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  • Finance
  • Finance and Fortune
  • The Fascinating Game of Finance
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  • Elizabeth Magie
  • Dan Layman
  • Louis & Fred Thun
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  • L. S. Ayres & Co.
  • Electronic Laboratories, Inc.
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  • -10800.0
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random chance
  • High
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  • -900.0
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  • Negotiation, Resource management
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  • The Great Game
  • House and Lot
  • Parker Brothers Business Trading Game
  • Parker Brothers Junior Business Trading Game
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  • Finance
  • Finance and Fortune
  • The Fascinating Game of Finance
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  • -1970.0
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  • Medium
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  • Medium
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  • Finance, or The Fascinating Game of Finance or Finance and Fortune, is a board game originally released in 1932. The game is based on The Landlord's Game in the movement of pieces around the board, the use of cards, properties that can be purchased, and houses that can be erected on them. The game also has railroads; however, these may not be purchased. The game is a predecessor to Monopoly.
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  • House and Lot (1936 PB)
  • Parker Brothers Business Trading Game (1958)
  • The Great Game (1935 FGC)
  • Parker Brothers Junior Business Trading Game (1962)
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