Psionoply is basicly Monopoly for the Psion. There is one version for the Series 3 (Pocket Book I) and one version for the 3a/3c (PB II). This game features just about all of the things that the real monopoly game features, but it also features full screen scrolling of the board because the board won't fully fit on one screen! The game now has in-built help.
Some of the features are:
If you make a board of your own, send it to us (as long as it is legal), and we will put it on both Psionopoly sites, with your name on them. Send them to email@example.com and we will put them on as soon as possible.
|A few bugs fixed and a 'Tip the Board Up' option added
|Two small bugs fixed and a few visual enhancements added
|Help and 'jump to player' functions added.
|Standardised search windows and the search windows will now deafualt to the property under the cursor (if any).
|You can mortgage, trade, un-mortgage, sell houses etc. while deciding whether to buy a property or not.
|Small bug fixed with above and you can now press Psion-E to refresh the player information screen
|Sound On/Off facility added.
|A few bugs and grammatical errors fixed. You can now click on Free Parking to find out how much is in it.
|All chance cards are now availible - not just the ones that make your money go up or down. The saved game files are now a third of the size.
|Works on a PSION Siena and you can tip the board up from the bankrupcy screen.
|Support for PSION Series 3! And the 'Change Board' option defaults to the \PSP\ directory.
|2 bugs in chance fixed, add player facility added.
|Lots of bugs fixed with the Add Player function (sorry!) and yet another bug fixed with the chance cards. You can now roll the dice with the Space button or by pressing Psion-R.
If you are updating your version of Psionopoly to version 1.99, please note that every file must be updated. Also, there is a new file called commc.odb which goes in the \PSP directory.
This game is made by Neil Roberts. Neil's site is available at http://www.atwwwdot.freeserve.co.uk/.
© 2008 Alpha Programming - Design by Marc Warne, GigaTux and Twofo