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Net.opoly...the Internet Game for CyberSurfers!

board game

The development and increased use of what we call the Internet grew exponentially at the end of the 20th century. The 1990s, especially, saw the network develop into the form it took for years afterward. Though many people were still unsure of its safety and usefulness, more and more came to depend upon email, website research, and social and shopping features. In 1999 a small Florida firm produced Net.opoly, a non-licensed Monopoly variant in which players purchase websites and then expand them with megabyte and gigabyte chips. Amazingly, the properties include many still-extant internet url's without license or permission.

  • Manufacturer: Herbko International, Inc.
  • Material: printed paper | plastic | cardboard | cardstock
  • Origin: Hallandale, FL
  • Style: wealth
  • Object ID: 116.3192
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