Real money replaced by Visa in Monopoly

A new version of Monopoly has been released and there's no longer any paper munney involved in the game. Instead, players use a Visa-branded bank card, which they insert into the `bank machine' and have debits and credits applied to their `account.''

Parker Games say that the switch to plastic showed that the game maker is moving with the times.

"The new electronic Monopoly reflects the changing nature of society and the advancement of technology," said a spokesperson.

The launch follows a survey that found 70 per cent of adults didn't use cash as much as they did a decade ago. Visa says it helped to design the cards and electronic machine.

I wonder if it's possible to hack the Monopoly machine. Gawd, I think I need to lie down. Have a great weekend everyone!...