Trade Mania
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 2.5 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Trade Mania 

Play Trade Mania Deluxe and prepare yourself for a board game you've never seen before! This game takes you to beautiful cities like Seattle, New York, and Paris, where you'll have the opportunity to become a real estate mogul. Are you ready to buy and sell landmarks, neighbourhoods, and other property? Play the wonderful Trade Mania Deluxe now!

  • become a real estate mogul in a challenging and entertaining board game
  • enjoy wonderful cities around the world like Seattle, New York, and Paris
  • buy and sell houses, neighbourhoods, vehicles, landmarks, and other properties
  • beat your opponents by earning more money and become a millionaire
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Reviews of Trade Mania
 | Added on: June 5, 2012
I am sure everyone is familar with the "Mono" game, well this is very similar but way more addicting with the addition of trading and options cards. I am eargerly looking foward to tm2 as I would really like more challenge cities and more options on the free games but really give it a shot.
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
So glad to find a game that is entirely different than most other games that I subscribe to. Yes, there is a feel of Monopoly, and some of the strategy is similar, but I must say I like this a whole lot more. There are 3 separate locales to play, the first being Seattle. It did take me awhile to figure out the trading component of the game, but once I figured that out, I made money. Lots of it!!! The second city (that I am currently working on) is Paris. Having been there, this place really caught my attention. However, one of the fictitious characters I am playing against (Clint) somehow is making money hand over fist; - it appears that he just moves and makes money. I do think this is something that the developers needs to check out. Seriously - and I would hope that I receive a reply so I can either re-download or live with the fact that this guy is just always going to win. I haven't been to the 3 locale yet; and hope I can get there considering the problem in Paris. Anyway, I am seriously addicted to this game and plan on continuing my quest when I finish this review. Thanks Game House for making the selection broad. We need more like this!
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
This game is a fun board game for the whole family. The graphics are ok as well as the music. Around and around you go after spinning the wheel to earn, loss of buy. Not to bad. I for one enjoyed it for the hour I played.
 | Added on: November 17, 2011
This game requires some planning if you want to win against the computer players. It's just hard enough to stay interesting and fun. I played all the way thru the first 2 Cities before I could stop, it's pretty addictive. I just didn't want to stop. It's a lot like Monopoly but so much more with all the great graphics and other added features. This is a game that I will play over and over.
 | Added on: November 25, 2011
This game is a lot of fun, similar to Monopoly but I actually like it better. One person that wrote a review was disappointed that you had to land on the property each time that you wanted to build on it. I found this aspect to be fun, and made the game more interesting. You can always buy cards that can affect your roll, by adding to the roll or taking away from what you rolled. Many of the games bore me and this one really held my interest. I do not enjoy playing monopoly the board game but I enjoyed playing this game on the computer even though it is similar. You get to buy commodities, buy low and sell high to make the most profit.
 | Added on: November 8, 2011
This is just like Monopoly. I found it to be quite boring to be honest. It takes forever to go thru a place. I downloaded it and started to play. I really wanted to like this game but after about an hour of buying properties and not being able to build on them until you land on them next time turned me off, esp when it seems like you rarely land on your own places. The fact of the matter is, there is only 2 speed modes. The fast mode was not fast in my opinion. If it actually made everything go faster this game might have captured my interest more. I am so glad I did not pay for the game nor use my coins on it.
 | Added on: November 11, 2011
I thought this would be a good game but really it was just like life but less excitment. It also doesnt really involve the player it is just click the wheel to spin and that is really it. You can also trade goods for a profit but that is the most exciting thing about the game.
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
Although this game shares the basic idea that made Monopoly such a hit, it's missing those special extras that keep people coming back to the original year after year. Trade Mania only allows you to add buildings to your properties when you land on them, it only allows you to remove a property from mortgage when you land on it. These two restraints take much of the planning and scheming out of the game, and really make it more of just a click and wait situation. One added component is the ability to buy and sell commodities. This does add another dimension to the game, but has some issues with the AI where there are certain items that you will purchase, but then can't be sold until you land on a single specific property. I also had a problem where the game crashed every time I either won a game or tried to click replay. Fortunately the game did save my progress, so nothing was lost except for a few minutes of my time. I wanted to like this one, but in the end I found it not fun enough to justify spending any more time playing.
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
I was so happy to see another board game hit the electronic shelves of GameHouse. This is game is like a cross between The Game of Life and Monopoly. Your player travels around the board buying & building on property you land on, paying other players rent if you land on a space they occupy, and purchasing supplies and selling them to make a profit as you travel around the city (game board). Buy low, sell high! Pretty straight forward but lots of fun. You can also choose to speed up the rate of play which I like since I am always playing the computer players. So happy I purchased this game!!!
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
Don't waste your time - it is suc a boring game. After you purchase about 3 properties your money is almost gone and it takes forever to get more. I gave up before the first game was done as it was so dull.
 | Added on: December 6, 2011
love the random players. Cities levels are interesting
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
I actually really like the idea of the game itself, kind of a cross-over from different board games. Here are what I thought were positive and negative about the game. Positive points; - Concept is interesting - Good selection of characters (though not that important) - Simple animations (which I think is a plus for board games) - Trading concept (nice plus to the game) Negative points: - Not enough speed options (I wish it would have been possible to skip adversaries' moves completely) - Takes a long time to finish one game (talking at least over an hour or 2 easily) - Building concept interesting but can only build once at a time, when you actually land back on the actual place. Kind of annoying at times. - Campaign is way too short with only 3 maps. - The events are redundant, I wish it would have been a board square only instead of on the spinning wheel. Overall, it was entertaining enough for me to play the whole campaign, but that's where it'll stop.
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