Tryopoly is a property-purchasing game -- similar to Monopoly -- but played on a triangular board, with hexagonal tiles that are placed on the board as the game progresses. Players roll a die and move 1 to 3 spaces towards the red corner or the blue corner of the board, depending on which color was rolled. Property tiles may be bought and placed onto empty spaces that have been landed on or passed over. Existing properties may be moved in the same way, usually to form a TRYOPOLY: where all the property tiles within a group occupy the same row, and command a much higher rent. The properties in this game were meant to be local and recognizable to the players, so there is no "official" version of this game. Each version features a different city (such as Cleveland, Kansas City, and Washington D.C.) and the businesses and organizations found there.