This is a frequently asked question for every new buyer of Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow games. To make it easy for you to decide, I have prepared a brief list of pros and cons for both versions of the e-game.

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Pros

  1. No fumbling with pencils and erasers
  2. No calculators necessary
  3. Play with computers when you can’t find any friends to play with
  4. Animated characters to keep you entertained
  5. Play over the internet with players from all around the world

Cons

  1. Can’t create your own rules
  2. Repetitive animation and endless clicking
  3. Only limited to auction and sales of deals to other players
  4. No local area network gaming available, play on same computer with different players if you decide not to opt for the internet multi-playing subscription
  5. Not given a choice of whether to stay in the rat race

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Pros

  1. Extremely flexible because you can create your own rules to increase difficulty
  2. You learn faster with human interaction
  3. Network with same-minded people
  4. Unlimited ways to create or sell deals, e.g. offering a player a loan with interest less than the bank’s thus getting a passive income from the interest
  5. You can choose to play the rat race longer

Cons

  1. Have to juggle between calculator, pencil and dice within the timeframe given

Still can’t decide?
Most of the time, I advise people to buy the e-game and go for cashflow circles/gatherings instead. When you are alone, you still have your e-game… when you want to network with different people, you can just attend a cashflow gathering in your area. E-game is not only cheaper but also teaches the most basic rules effectively.

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