RISMEDIA, August 23, 2007—DreamLife Games, LLC announced the release of The Millionaire Maker Game, a new educational board game designed to expand the financial minds of Americans everywhere when it comes building a life of financial freedom.
The Millionaire Maker Game was created by DreamLife Games, LLC and Loral Langemeier, master coach, wealth strategist, and three-time national best-selling author. It is based on the The Millionaire Maker: Act, Think, and Make Money the Way the Wealthy Do (McGraw-Hill, $24.95), the first book in the popular Millionaire Maker series.
Langemeier, founder and CEO of Live Out Loud, has transformed her real life process of building wealth into an educational, dynamic and challenging board game. The Millionaire Maker Game delivers an exciting and interactive experience where players are cast into the life of an entrepreneur where big deals are made daily. Players can lose everything or live the life of luxury based on the choices they make.
“Who doesn’t want to be a millionaire? Now anyone can be an instant one right in the comfort of their own home, using the same techniques in the game that I have used in business to help hundreds of my clients become millionaires in as little as three to five years. It takes teamwork to live a millionaire lifestyle and by playing as a group, participants learn to build their wealth together,” said Langemeier.
It doesn’t matter if you’re ‘Jed Stone’, a young bachelor with very little cash or ‘Allison Connor,’ a newlywed, struggling to make ends meet, or you’re ‘Dee Newton’ a divorced mother of two, or the ‘Buchanans’, cash poor millionaires, with big bucks to burn-every player has the same chances to make millions and reach their Financial Freedom Day.
In this dynamic, entrepreneurial game of creating Wealth Cycles like the wealthy do, players have the option to kiss their W-2 job goodbye and live a life of extreme wealth by building assets and owning income-generating businesses.
Like real life for an entrepreneur, the game is filled with opportunities and challenges. Participants can build diversified financial portfolios consisting of real estate assets, such as a six-unit apartment building, or even purchase a share of an oil well. Players can also get sued by a disgruntled employee or possibly have to give up some of their assets that aren’t structured properly.
By rolling dice, choosing cards and participating in the foundational building blocks that create a Wealth Cycle, players have 60 minutes to the make the best, strategic business decisions they can to end up with highest net worth. The player with the highest net worth wins!
DreamLife Games, LLC was formed by Dr. Francisco DeLaCruz and Chris Burford. Their mission was to create an emotionally-charged experience that shows how dream-filled possibilities can become reality.
For more information, please visit www.TheMillionaireMakerGame.com