The game was easy to set up, and I had no problem downloading the app to the iPad. It had been years since I played the original board game, but once I got started it all came back. You can still make the usual choices, college vs. career, family or not, etc. There are squares that you need to stop on in order to choose your paths in life. And you get to watch short videos or animations about those events. But the iPad doesn't keep track of the money, which I thought was weird. From my perspective, I don't think that it adds much to the game, but the electronics will keep the kids interested. Also it kind of takes away from the group interaction of the classic version and makes it more of an iPad game.
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