Mr. Montague has always had a great interest in games of all sorts, even growing up as a boy. While not being able to play sports, given his problems with his eye sight and asthma issues, he found himself always creating new games with the neighborhood boys, including role playing games. This was before "role playing" games became a commercial item sold in the current Toy and Game Industry market over the years, as the market entered into the late 1980's.
After graduating from Loyola University of Westchester, Los Angeles; Mr. Montague took a few years to work in the banking industry, which is where he got the idea to pursue this project. He had already attempted entrepreneuring other projects he took on, which had not fully panned out and finally saw this as a great opportunity to possibly make his fortune. The rest is in the text history line up and videos telling the story of The Million Dollar Bank Game.
Mr. Montague still has a great love for the Toy and Game Industry. He knows all kids love to play games. To this day, he still holds the copyrights over the Million Dollar Bank Game. If any manufacturer is interested in raising the game up in the world market as a licensed property right, please contact Mr. Montague at firstname.lastname@example.org.