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FREE Directions for Monopoly and Uno Mash Up Game

How To Play Monopoly and Uno Mash Up

What you will need:
A complete Monopoly board game
A complete Uno card game

Game Set up:
Place the Uno cards in the middle of the Monopoly board.
Deal out 7 Uno cards to each player, along with the starting amount of Monopoly money to each player.

The first person plays an Uno card into the discard pile, that determines their move.
The Uno cards replaces the Monopoly’s dice for your movement around the Monopoly board.

The Uno card that you play determines the number of spaces that your Monopoly player token advances. You play your Uno cards by color or numbers, as you normally do in Uno. Then you move your Monopoly token and you follow the Monopoly board’s action for that space.

Reverse Cards: When a player plays a Reverse Card, the game of play is Reversed for both games and the game goes in Reverse order of play.

Draw Two Cards: The player who played the Draw Two card, moves their Monopoly token two spaces, the player after them draws two Uno cards.

Skip Cards: When a person plays a Skip Card the player after them is then skipped from going. The person who played the Skip card can move their Monopoly token to the next unowned property and they may purchase it, if all of the properties are owned, then the person who played the skip will advance only one space.

Wild Cards: If you play an Uno Wild Card, you can switch the color on the Uno Cards, and you can move your Monopoly token to any spot on the side of the board that your token is on.

Wild Card Draw Four Cards: If you play an Uno Wild Card Draw four card, the player who goes after you must draw four Uno cards, the person who played the Wild Draw four card can switch the color on the Uno Cards, and you can move your Monopoly token to any spot on the side of the board that your token is on.

If it is your turn and you can NOT play an Uno card by color or number, you then must draw an Uno from the Uno draw pile. If you can not play the Uno card you just drew, then you can draw other Uno card from the Uno Draw pile.
If you can not play the second card, you them draw a third Uno card and then you move your Monopoly token to jail.

If a player runs out of Uno cards in their hand, then all of the other players gives that their player all of their Uno cards. The person then adds up all of the all Uno cards and they receive a reward of the total of all of the cards from the bank in money.

Card point values equal money given for each Uno card.
All-numbers 0-9 are Face Value / Face value in Dollars
Draw 2 20 points / $20 Dollars
Reverse 20 points / $20 Dollars
Skip 20 points / $20 Dollars
Wild 50 points / $50 Dollars
Wild Draw Four 50 points/ $50 Dollars

Then you reshuffle all of the Uno cards, and deal out 7 more Uno cards to each player and continue the Monopoly game of play and continue playing as the next person plays their Uno card.

Ways to end the end:
1. Before game of play, determine how long your game of play is; like 30 minutes, an hour, etc.
2. You can end the game once all of the properties have been purchased.
3. You can end the game once the first person goes bankrupt, and you add up each player’s amount of money; and the person with the most amount of money wins the game.
4. You can play until only one person has money and they are the winner.
As players go bankrupt, they are out of the game, and the last person to have money wins the game.

Note:
If you play for a limited time or until one person is bankrupt, then you add up each players money amounts, and the player with the most money wins the game.

Before you all start the game of play, determine how you all play to end the game.

So, this Mashed up version of Monopoly and Uno basically uses the Uno cards as a replacement of the dice.

Feel free to copy and paste these directions and play them when your Monopoly and Uno games.
This is a fun new twist.

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