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Title problems

halkunhalkun Registered User regular
So I'm kind of retelling the story of "Monopoly", but set about 20 years in the future. Eight oligopoplists try and buy the remains of Atlantic City after a man made natural disaster. Lots of colluding and backstabbing. For those who don't know, the original Monopoly is about the wholesale purchase of Atlantic City though districts and infrastructure. What people *don't* know is that Atlantic city is located on Absecon Island. The object of the game wasn't just buying the city, but owning the whole island.

I've been tossing about title names like "The Acquisition of Absecon Island" or "The Absecon Incident" I'm not married to calling out the island. However, the fact it's Monopoly is a stealthy little subtext I want to keep in without calling it out explicitly.

(Mom gave me the idea of calling it "Places and Pieces" - That's not bad)

Any ideas or directions I can go in?



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