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The Materials Edition (UK) - Winning Moves, 2013

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Game Code: A95561020 517/338/2013



©Winning Moves UK 2013



Brown 1
NATURALS WOOD
Brown 2
NATURALS RUBBER
Light Blue 1
POLYMERS THERMOPLASTIC
Light Blue 2
POLYMERS THERMOSET
Light Blue 3
POLYMERS BIODEGRADABLE
Pink 1
CERAMICS CHALK
Pink 2
CERAMICS CLAY
Pink 3
CERAMICS SAND
Orange 1
STEELS PLAIN CARBON
Orange 2
STEELS STAINLESS
Orange 3
STEELS SPECIALITY
Red 1
LIGHT METALS ALUMINIUM
Red 2
LIGHT METALS MAGNESIUM
Red 3
LIGHT METALS TITANIUM
Yellow 1
BASE METALS ZINC
Yellow 2
BASE METALS COPPER
Yellow 3
BASE METALS NICKEL
Green 1
COMPOSITE CERAMIC
Green 2
COMPOSITE POLYMER
Green 3
COMPOSITE METAL MATRIX
Dark Blue 1
PREMIUM URANIUM
Dark Blue 2
PREMIUM PLATINUM
Go
GO
In Jail / Just Visiting
IN JAIL / JUST VISITING
Free Parking
FREE PARKING
Go To Jail
GO TO JAIL
Station 1
EXTRACTION STATION
Station 2
PROCESSING STATION
Station 3
MANUFACTURING STATION
Station 4
RECYCLING STATION
Utility 1
ELECTRIC COMPANY
Utility 2
WATER WORKS
Community Chest
COMMUNITY CHEST
Chance
CHANCE
Income Tax
INCOME TAX
Super Tax
SUPER TAX

Monopoly: The Materials Edition was developed by PhD students from the Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training. The students developed the game as part of a public engagement project which aims to raise awareness of materials science and engineering and engage people with the world of metallurgy.

The game is played just like traditional Monopoly but instead of purchasing property, players buy different materials as they travel around the board. Materials including metals, ceramics, polymers and composites all feature in the game. Investing in research and development enables you to buy labs and research centres to upgrade your material to a more advanced technology, for example turning steel from paperclips into skyscrapers!

The property cards provide a brief description of the technology. Those with red backs are aimed at upper GCSE and A-Level students and the blue cards use simpler language for younger students (~KS3).