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How to play Monopoly Jenga

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Learn the rules to the cross over board game Monopoly Jenga quickly and concisely – This video has no distractions, just the rules.

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The object of the game is to earn the most points by collecting properties, property sets, and railroad blocks before the tower falls. Mix up all the blocks and setup the tower by placing 3 blocks per layer in any order, alternating direction by layer and using the stacking sleeve if you need to. The youngest player goes first then play proceeds clockwise. On your turn, you may either trade properties and railroads with another player or you must remove a block from the tower. You are only allowed to use 1 hand to remove a block, and that block must be from anywhere below the 2nd highest completed layer on the tower. You are allowed to touch the blocks to find a lose one. Based on what block you pulled you then perform an action.

If you removed a property or railroad block, keep it in front of you. You now own it. Each property and railroad block is worth 1 point and having two property blocks of the same color makes a property set, which is worth 4 points. Having 2 Railroads are worth 3 points, 3 railroads are worth 6 points, and 4 railroads are worth 10 points.

Whenever you return a block to the tower, you may put it in any spot in or on the tower, in any orientation. If you remove a chance block, you must return any one of your properties to the tower, then return the chance block. If you remove a community chest block, then steal a property from another player, if they have one, and return the community chest block to the tower. Free parking is the same except you steal an entire property set from another player instead. Go to Jail block means you must return that block to the tower then skip your next turn.

If you remove a blank block then return it to the tower, except, with this block you are allowed to try and use it to push out a property or railroad from the tower as you return it. If you succeed, you then get to keep that property or railroad.

When the tower falls, the game ends and points are scored. If you knocked down the tower you lose one point. If you knock it down while removing a block, you do not get to keep that block nor perform its action. The player with the most points, wins.


  1. My parents sure love Monopoly

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  3. Roblox848 has 10 points, and I have 1 point and made the tower fall out, I have 0 points, and its lodylove16s turn, and she's pulled a free parking and sealed my blue color set lodylove16 has 10 as well lodylove16 and roblox848 played πŸͺ¨πŸ“° βœ‚οΈ and the is a tie

  4. Free Parking in regular monopoly : COME ONFree Parking in this mf :

  5. I love this mix of Hasbro's two classic games.

  6. Here's my variationIf you pick up the policeman block => you lose all of your points + skip your next turn.If you knocked down the tower => you lost all of your points + game Ended.

  7. The economy is unstable, jenga is unstable, makes sense to combine them

  8. My variation:
    If you knock down the tower, you lose points equal to the turn number.

  9. I like how half the comments are pointing out that with the paltry 1-point penalty, most games will end with someone knocking down the tower on purpose because as soon as you have a 2-point lead at the start of your turn, that’s a guaranteed victory.

  10. Cool, it's a game of Monopoly that you ca 'accidentally' end at any time.

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