No relation to last week’s Media Mogul, Joel Harden’s Mogul is another entry in the field of very highly priced board games about finance, whose price is explained by the economic lessons that the game imparts.

The $200 game concentrates on real estate, and includes mechanics for tenant management, tax liens, cap rates, and a host of other concepts. Part of its claims of superiority over other games, such as Cashflow 101, includes the number of cards (552) and plastic pieces (114) that the game includes.