American Monopoly Board - Map Quiz

Fill in the American version of the traditional Monopoly board by selecting the correct highlighted property.
Note: The first highlighted property is in the bottom right.
Also try the British, French and the German versions each featuring their own custom-made board!
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Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: January 13, 2019
First submittedMarch 11, 2018
Times taken10,916
Average score41.7%
Rating4.50
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Select Property
Atlantic Avenue
B&O Railroad
Baltic Avenue
Boardwalk
Chance
Community Chest
Connecticut Avenue
Electric Company
Free Parking
GO
Go To Jail
Illinois Avenue
Income Tax
Indiana Avenue
Just Visiting (In Jail)
Kentucky Avenue
Luxury Tax
Marvin Gardens
Mediterranean Avenue
New York Avenue
North Carolina Avenue
Oriental Avenue
Pacific Avenue
Park Place
Pennsylvania Avenue
Pennsylvania Railroad
Reading Railroad
Short Line
St. Charles Place
St. James Place
States Avenue
Tennessee Avenue
Ventnor Avenue
Vermont Avenue
Virginia Avenue
Water Works
This Property is:
+7
Level 74
Mar 10, 2018
I didn't do very well, but that is a fantastic quiz. Well done!
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Level 80
Mar 22, 2018
Yea that's awesome, any chance of an English one?
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Level 68
Mar 22, 2018
There is a British one! It's in the link in the description :)

(in fact the British one was made before this one)

+5
Level 80
Mar 22, 2018
Ah I love a happy ending
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Level 83
Mar 22, 2018
FYI - It's Ventnor Avenue. Missed an "n".
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Level 68
Mar 22, 2018
Thank you! Sorry for the mistake. Submitted for reapproval
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Level 73
Mar 23, 2018
We’re gonna rock down to Electric Avenue...!
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Level 55
Mar 23, 2018
I got about 30% by just guessing. Also, replacing the centre with the Jetpunk logo was kind of funny.
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Level 75
Mar 25, 2018
Great quiz, but I wonder about the "map" quiz in the title? There's no map here.
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Level 68
Mar 25, 2018
Quizmaster's choice, not mine! I had it originally as "fill in the clickable board" or something like that. Guessing it's a stylistic choice as all click-fill quizzes on this site are labelled with "Map Quiz".
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Level 71
Apr 9, 2018
Great quiz! Got 72%! Been awhile since I played. Missed three railroads!!
+1
Level 87
May 30, 2018
Extremely cool quiz. How did you do this? I would love to make the Dutch version...
+2
Level 75
May 30, 2018
There's a Disney version of Monopoly that is the only version I've ever seen...
+1
Level 52
Jul 31, 2018
I only got 34 out of 36 exactly correct.
+2
Level 58
Jun 24, 2019
There should be a map quiz with the places that are on the monopoly board in real life (baltic sea, Illinois, ect)
+1
Level 33
Feb 5, 2020
ilikmonpli
+1
Level 67
Feb 26, 2020
Crap, mixed up luxury and income tax.
+1
Level 63
Apr 10, 2020
Should do the Indian one, it's actually called Business but Monopoly is practically the same as Business.
+3
Level 63
Apr 10, 2020
I don't think you got the right board. This is the board for Jetpunk, not Monopoly.
+2
Level 54
May 15, 2020
It's the correct board. Stewart just changed the logo to say "JetPunk" to add a nice touch, I think.
+1
Level 68
May 15, 2020
Well I had to entirely create the board from scratch in Inkscape so it was in SVG format, so I thought it was worth making it clear that it's on JetPunk!
+1
Level 38
Aug 20, 2020
I only got Go, Go to Jail, and New York Avenue (No idea how i got that one) but over all I love this!
+1
Level 74
Aug 21, 2020
I grew up playing the San Diego version that my family had, and only played the original at other peoples' houses, but I still got 25/36 and am pretty satisfied with that.
+1
Level 52
Dec 16, 2020
These Monopoly boards are works of art. I hope out there in the "real world" people appreciate your creativity..!
+1
Level 67
Jun 25, 2021
I only did okay but this was really fun. Great idea.
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Level 70
Dec 6, 2021
22/36. Pretty embarrassed. I feel like my problem is that I know what regions the places are but not the exact location. For example, I know Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Pacific are all green, but I only got one of them right because I didn't know the order :P