Has anyone heard of Anti-monopoly?
If not I suggest you stop reading now, and continue to assume it’s what the title suggests.
The version I brought (with real money I could have spent on pizza) has the option of playing as monopolists or as a competitor. There are difference between these two teams, in the same way there’s differences between my left and right shoes.
I’ve played it once. We opened it up, and my friends started setting it up while I read the rules. About half way through the rules we realized we’d been duped. It was just monopoly. So we broke out some booze and played monopoly. As aggressive and loudly as only drunk angry students can, in the spirit of the name on the box. About 30 minutes in I threw the game by giving another player the other two train stations he needed to complete the set. The game ended shortly after and we all cheered.
In complete disclosure, it’s not actually in my collection. I’m not sure if I binned it or if it’s somewhere in the garage, waiting to inflict painful memories on me when I tidy it out.