Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine

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Monaco

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Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine is a game about heists. You assemble a team of 4 crooks and plan your perfect heist. You play as Locksmith, Lookout, Pickpocket, Cleaner, Mole, Gentleman, Hacker or the beautiful Redhead. Pick your team carefully! Each character’s specialty is clearly laid out in his or her description and influences your options during your heists.

There are multiple campaigns to play, such as the Casino Heist or Hacking the Embassy.  You can play with up to four people online or on the same screen. That sounds like real fun as back in the times of the C64.

The graphics are gorgeous with vibrant colors. The levels are layed out like blueprints with areas greyed out, unless they’re in your sight. You have to peek around the corners to get to know.

What makes this game so amazing are the various ways to approach any campaign in Monaco. You need to analyze the situation with your team and develop a strategy for your heist. Each time you play a level, you can take a different approach with your bunch of thieves to succeed.

Rating

Tom
Graphics
8.0
Sound
8.0
Fun
9.0
Concept
7.0
Long-term fun
7.0
Overall
7.8
Tim
Graphics
8.0
Sound
7.0
Fun
8.0
Concept
9.0
Long-term fun
8.0
Overall
8.1

Conclusion

The basic concept of Monaco reminds me of They stole a million from 39 Steps, which was developed in 1986 for the C64  and others. The game made pretty damn fun at that time. Monaco lifts the gameplay to a new level with actual technology and a kickass multiplayer mode.

I can hardly wait to rip off the casino with my buddies like in Oceans 11!

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About Thomas Reisser

Thomas got his first gaming device at the end of the 70s named Pong. A few years later, in December 1982 he got a brandnew C64 and didn't stop playing until his second C64 died about 5 years later. Until then a four-digit number of games were played and countless Competition Pro joysticks were demolished in endless fights with his father for the best rankings in Decathlon, Summer Games and other. Thomas also coded and designed this website. Thomas at Google+

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