Mike B.
Lithuania
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Somewhere around 1990-1992 I've played such game called Mafia. I'm almost sure it was made in Germany (though it was translated in my native language). It seems that www.boardgamegeek.com does not have a description of this game or related information, so I want to ask real game experts if they know ANY information about this game.

Some facts I still remember about this game:

- It was monopoly-style economic game
- It had square board like monopoly
- You could buy/sell shares on one of the squares
- You could racket other players
- You could own a music band and gain profit (or something like that)
- 2 players minimum and... maybe 4 players maximum ?
- You could own some of the squares (like in monopoly)
- There was something like "Chance" in monopoly (random card drawing)
- You could roll 2 dices to move on the board

Again, ANY information related to this game would be VERY appreciated...
 
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Tim Thorp
United States
Granite Falls
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I'm going to take a wild stab in the dark: could it be this one?

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/game/3001
 
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Mike B.
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Nope, it had exactly the same square arrangement as in monopoly.
 
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