uni-ball 207 Retractable Medium-Point Gel Pens

uni-ball 207 Retractable Medium-Point Gel Pens, 8 Colored Ink Pens (40110)

uni-ball 207 Retractable Medium-Point Gel Pens

This pack of eight Uni-ball 207 Retractable Roller Ball Gel Pens comes in assorted colors including blue, light blue, orange, green, pink, purple, red, and black.

Other great features include a specially-formulated ink that helps prevent against check washing, a common form of check fraud, textured grips for superior writing comfort and control, and retractable tips for added ease of use. With acid-free ink and 0.7 mm medium points, these pens are ideal for documenting and record keeping.

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Monopoly Electronic Banking Edition

Electronic Monopoly

Monopoly Electronic Banking Edition

The Monopoly Electronic Banking Edition game combines the best of classic Monopoly with updated electronic transactions. As with the original version, players still operate with money, learn real-world economics, competition and strategy, try to stay out of jail, and try their best to get filthy rich. But this version has been updated to reflect changes in how the real world uses money: All transactions are conducted with Monopoly’s new banking card system. Anyone from age 8 and up will enjoy this updated version of one of the world’s most famous games.

Aside from the electronic banking, the basic rules of this game have not changed from the Monopoly everybody remembers. Tokens, houses, hotels, chance and community chest cards, cardboard property deeds — if you’ve played Monopoly Electronic Banking Editionthe classic version, you’ll know how to play. The board is different in how it folds up in the box, but once you spread it out, it’s the same.

The tokens have changed to reflect today’s culture. Instead of irons and racing cars, the tokens depict modern icons such as a Segway and a tin of Altoids. Instead of railroads, there are airports. The utilities are Internet service providers and cell phone services. Properties have also been updated — from the upscale blue Times Square to the economy purple Texas Stadium. In this game, you can go to jail for identity theft or lose $1 million when a virus infects your computer network. And of course, property values are exponentially higher than in the original game.

The big switch, of course, is the electronic banking. Each player starts with $15 million in their bank card account, and the banker adds amounts (such as when the player passes go) or subtracts (such as when the player pays to get out of jail) by inserting the player’s card in the plus or minus slot of the Banker Unit. When one player has to pay another player, the banker debits or credits each account as appropriate.

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