A life-sized edition of Monopoly mysteriously appeared on the streets of Chicago, Illinois last week, thanks to an anonymous artist who goes by the pseudo name, Bored. The game was set up like an installation in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago.
How The Game Works The players toss the dice and hop around the blocks to find life-sized Monopoly pieces spread across town. It also features cement squares painted to look like a spot on the board game, complete with houses priced at Best Offer.
Pedestrians can also walk around and find Community Chest and Chance cards that reveal several real-world messages, such as a marriage proposal and a Go To Jail card for ‘public douchebaggery.’ The cards are made of plywood and are bolted to the sidewalk. According to the Reddit community, these life-sized cards are also frequently painted over to reveal new messages, so people can always come back and check up on the installation to see if any new Chances have occurred.
FYI Although some alterations have been made like-street names changed to resemble the name of Chicago streets. Most of the game remains the same._