Monopoly is a very popular board game invented by the ingenious Parker Brothers. Monopoly involves multiple players trading and buying enticing properties and developing hotels and houses on ideal lots with imaginative play money ("fake money").
Monopoly encourages players to thing imaginatively and optimistically about consumer hunger.
In the consumer-friendly Information Age where you can trade shares of McDonald's fast food company online from anywhere at high speeds, it is no surprise that video game developers have released high-quality computer and video game versions of Monopoly the cool board game.
Monopoly is now also available as a handy and entertaining iPhone application, and given the popularity of the bright iPhone among laymen, the availability of the iconic Monopoly video game on the visually delicious iPhone has really stamped the creative iPhone as the Information Age symbol of "toy money."
Buy an iPhone, buy Monopoly, and pretend you're cutting down the need for deforestation-catalytic wooden telephone poles with your handy-dandy wireless "crafted miniature handheld telephone," the user-friendly iPhone.
These modern considerations ironically reflect the toy-like marketability of the Earth-inventive Hollywood (USA) movie "FernGully: The Last Rainforest" (1992).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?