Discover the industry standard for geopolitical simulation of today’s world! In Masters of the World, the third incarnation of Geopolitical Simulator, play as the head of state of one or more countries and expand your influence across the globe.
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20 de novembro de 2014

Release of Masters of the World Expert Bundle

We have relased the "Expert Bundle" a bundle that includes the full game plus the 2 DLCs (2014 Edition + Mdding Tool) for a special price.

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14 de novembro de 2014

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85% – GamePire (Deutsch)

75% – Der Stratege (Deutsch)

“if you want to become a world leader and experience what it is like trying to manage every intricate detail involved in being in charge, then Masters of the World is the game for you!”
75% – JumpToGamer (English)

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Discover the industry standard for geopolitical simulation of today’s world!
In Masters of the World, the third incarnation of Geopolitical Simulator, play as the head of state of one or more countries and expand your influence across the globe.

A totally unique simulation engine

The game engine, Geopolitical Simulator 3, includes over 600 data elements for each of the 175 playable countries and calculates their changes in real time throughout the game based on players’ actions. Some examples include popularity ratings, political relations, and economic exchanges between countries. Various organizations, including NATO, use the technologies in the Masters of the World simulator for education and training.

Over one thousand playable actions.At the country’s helm, the player/head of state can act in many areas: budget, taxation (nearly thirty types of taxes), currency, economy (over 130 economic activities), foreign and domestic affairs, defense, society, labor, health, social security, education, environment, transportation, culture, and more.

For each of these areas, numerous laws can be proposed and must be voted on by the Parliament in order to pass. For example: setting social welfare benefit minimums, changing the retirement age, developing atomic weapons in secret, subsidizing the auto industry, hiring teachers, defining the powers of unions, setting speed limits on roads, regulating prostitution, creating an international film festival, etc.

The player can also construct elements on the world map, which will change accordingly: nuclear plants, wind farms, military bases, pipelines, high-speed train lines, airports, and many more.

Every action has its consequences. Lobbies, social groups, and leading national and international figures will intervene if their artificial intelligence finds it necessary to do so (interviews with the press, resignations, protests, strikes, roadblocks, wars...).

To prevent tension, the player can meet with any figure, or address the media (over 8 hours of dialog in the game).

Thanks to its intelligence services, the player also has an entire arsenal of spies and “special” ops. For example, he or she can - at his or her own risk - reveal scandals about another political party, dismantle terrorist networks, sabotage a foreign infrastructure, have an opponent assassinated, etc.

As the head of the military, the player can move all of his or her units around the map from their actual bases during military conflicts.

International organizations (over 50 organizations included) play an important role. At the UN, for example, the player can denounce a nation in order to obtain the Security Council’s authorization for a military intervention. The player can also create his or her own organization.Lastly, in order to stay in power, he or she must actively campaign to make sure he or she is elected.

Playable scenarios

Twenty or so scenarios are included in the game, such as “American Fiscal Cliff,” “Israel-Iran Escalation,” “Organization of Rice Exporting Countries,” “European Budgetary Golden Rule,” “Building South American Pipelines,” “African Economic Boom,” “Third World War,” “Triple A,” and “Famine in Southern Sudan.”.

Multiple integrated options

  • Network multiplayer mode
  • Multi country mode to play several countries at the same time
  • Game settings: terrorist activities, natural disaster probabilities, reactivity of the people, war triggering
  • Real-time online player ranking
  • Integration of your own photos, logos, and names to make the game even more realistic
  • Interactive tutorial and constantly accessible help during the game
  • Have fun learning geopolitics with the QUIZ mode, which has over 3000 questions
  • Text and dialog 100% in English


Note about the DRM: it uses an automatic and seamless activation at the first launch, then it can be played off-line if needed. It allows unlimited activations on three computers at the same time, plus if needed to migrate for free to other computers. So you'll never have to pay twice for the same licence of the game. The system allows future and backward compatibility with game add-ons plus upcoming upgrades to sequels of the game and access to our newsletters subscription. This also offers possibility to players having bought previously on other sites to migrate on steam and keep their add-ons.

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 8, 7, Vista, Xp
    • Processor: 1.6 Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 8, 7, Vista, Xp
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia or AMD with 512Mb RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: MACOX 10.6 or higher
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: MACOSX 10.6 or higher
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia or AMD with 512Mb RAM
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
282.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 10 de janeiro
Ótimo jogo , pra quem gosta de geopolítica vai adorar, muito bom mesmo!
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
194.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 15 de dezembro de 2014
O Geopolitical Simulator 3 é o melhor simulador em que se pode ser o presidente de uma nação é um jogo muito bom, os aconselho a comprar mas alerto que tem alguns bugs que atrapalham o jogo.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
36.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de abril
Jogo muito bom! Vale a pena, mas esta dando um ERROR EXCESS VIOLATION , se o caso não for solucionado quero meu reembolso!
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96 de 112 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
16.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 2 de novembro de 2014
Game concept is great. Game execution not great. Anything more than $5-10 Game price: Not worth it. Now that I won it, I'll keep playing it, but it is really not as polished as it should be. I bought the add-ons. Examples: South Korea has a Vietnamese city called Saigon. US outstanding Debt is about half that of Germany. In reality US is about 17 trillion to Germany's 5-600 billion. The AI for war/conflicts is horrendously bad. Never leave the direction fo your troops to your general. Even when a country no longer exists your AI thinks the conflict is continuing. If a NATO member is attacked (i.e. Russian invasion of Poland), NATO doesn't mobilize. The number of interactions capable with leaders/advisors is extremely limited. Again, this is a great concept for a game. If it was polished and had more features I would rate it 4.5 out of 5 or higher. As it is right now it is like a 1.5 out of 5. The concept keeps you engaged, the gameplay doesn't. STRONGLY suggest you don't buy.
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38 de 50 pessoas (76%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
4.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de novembro de 2014
Pretty terrible. Besides basic graphical elements missing like mouse scrolling of the map, the economic modeling/decision making is aweful. Interest rates and trade contracts? Really? That's essentially it? Sure it's fun to buy essetentially useless tanks and power plants for a decade while you watch your economy/budget freefall every time. Even the IMF is unrealistic--as Turkey they forgave me 300m in debt just because I was running a budget surplus. Their message was basically here's your reward for balancing your budget...what? The IMF in reality will only forgive debt they know they're never get back anyway. If you can pay, they'll take every bit they can get. Lastly, political instability is a joke. Playing as several African nations in sequence, I was overthrown by the healthcare syndicate (WTF?!?,) forced out of office while I had 100% popularity, had two military coups, and was conquered by Ethliopia (granted playing a Somolia) ALL WITHIN THE FOR 30 DAYS OF GAMEPLAY!!! Well, wasted $50 here writing this only so others can avoid the same thing. Go buy a Paradox Interactive game for a lower price and get a polished, fun game...and not have a bunch of doctors run you out of office when you have all the guns...
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13 de 17 pessoas (76%) acharam esta análise útil
2 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
185.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 5 de dezembro de 2014
Very fun if you are into the politics, and economics of a country, or if you want to try your luck as a dictator the choices are endless, but your rulership sure is,
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16 de 23 pessoas (70%) acharam esta análise útil
78.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 26 de dezembro de 2014
having played the previous buggy version on rise of nations I thought I might as well spend some more money and buy this game. As soon as I loaded up the game I realised its just the same as rise of nations but with the bugs sorted out.
But no, this game has got bugs as well.

To the developers: Try fixing your games before pretending to release another one ( thats the same ) just to take thousands of $$$$$$ away from people. No workshop becuase you can charge more money for mod support.

To anyone interested in this game, please dont do it. it looks slick but way too many bugs to enjoy it. STAY AWAY!!!
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54 de 95 pessoas (57%) acharam esta análise útil
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527.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 14 de novembro de 2014
can nuke somalia.

11/10
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13 de 23 pessoas (57%) acharam esta análise útil
37.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de novembro de 2014
You can see a lot of postitve and negative reviews. This game is not so bad and is not so good. It's a decent simulator, but it's not worth it's money. Lots of bugs in simulation, especially if you dare to use cheats (it will break your game). Forget about realism, living in Russia IRL i laughed so hard playing Russia in game, seems the developers got inspiration from old "Evil nuclear commie mafia russian" movies. I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone, better use that money to buy better games.
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21 de 41 pessoas (51%) acharam esta análise útil
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15.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 26 de novembro de 2014
Remove Kebab, eliminate the communist threat, kill liberal hippies, and nuke the jews. This game is the best genocide simulator an American Patriot could possibly hope for. (Also if you're the Chinese, you can pour billions into subvresive terrorism....dirty commie.)
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21 de 26 pessoas (81%) acharam esta análise útil
32.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 13 de julho de 2014
Masters of the world foi um jogo que me enchi de vontade de jogar depois do lançamento, mas devo confessar que me decepcionei muito com o jogo, porque:

1. Logo na abertura do jogo, a tela de loading pode travar dependendo da capacidade de seu computador
2. Se você não entende muito de inglês, você terá muita dificuldade em joga-lo, pois é um simulador de geopolítica muito complexo
3. O jogo tentou ser o mais próximo do mundo real possível, por esse motivo, não se impressione caso o jogo comece a ficar entediante, até porque é um simulador de geopolítica, e costuma ter ação apenas durante alguns poucos casos de conflito, que na maioria das vezes, você mal tem controle sobre seu exército, é muito automático, tornando-o novamente entediante, além de dificilmente você conseguir fazer isso sem a ONU te atrapalhando
4. O mapa de guerra do jogo é muito pobre em unidades, em torno de 3 unidades de terra, 3 do mar e 3 de ar, deixando as guerras, que seriam o ápice de emoção do jogo, uma experiencia desestimulante
5. O jogo também perde em diversão devido ao foco exagerado que você é obrigado a ter na sua política interna, fazendo do jogo uma espécie de trabalho chato
6. Outro ponto ruim do jogo é a passagem do tempo, que se for muito lenta, o jogador passa a depender dos botões aceleradores do jogo, e se for muito rápida, o jogo fica travando devido aos cáculos que o jogo faz dia após dia, deixando o jogo lento e obrigando o jogador a diminuir os gráficos do jogo (como eu fiz), porém isso depende da capacidade da máquina
7. O jogo sofre com muitos bugs, não estou falando de bugs que ocorrem eventualmente, e sim de bugs ridículos que ocorrem a todo momento com unidades militares desaparecidas e o tesouro nacional travado, com isso você pode perder o jogo em pouco tempo
8. O preço abusivo pelo qual o jogo está sendo cobrado, pois mesmo sendo lançamento e pelo programa caro, com um jogo enorme, ele ainda é um jogo de gênero estratégico, e que até agora, não me mostrou motivo algum de custar tudo isso

Apesar de todas esses tópicos, o jogo também tem pontos positivos:

1. O jogo conta com uma interface complexa, porém, descomplicada para um jogador novato, facilitando a jogatina
2. O jogo tem um professor que serve de tutorial a todo momento do jogo e ,em uma forma inteligente, consegue identificar o seu problema e te ajudar a resolve-lo
3. A AI do jogo é extremamente inteligente, sendo que ela é capaz de formar táticas que podem deixar até mesmo o jogador mais experiente de queixo caído
4. As trilhas sonoras do jogo são incríveis, e se adáptam bem ao jogo e ao tema
5. Mesmo com o tédio do jogo, ainda é o jogo mais realista em questão de geopolítica que eu já vi em toda a minha vida, pois todo aquele país que você comanda depende somente de você para geri-lo, o que alimenta um pouco seu ego
6. O jogo tem uma face um tanto educativa, pois ajuda a treina a sua ética, noção de administração e estratégia de guerra

Depois de um bom tempo estudando o jogo, eu finalmente cheguei a conclusão de que o jogo não é muito interessante, mas é ótimo quando você está procurando um gênero novo ou treinando um pouco para aprender mais sobre geopolítica.

Finalizando: Eu não estou totalmente arrependido de ter comprado este jogo, recomendo que aguarde o preço baixar depois de alguns meses e espere as atualizações do jogo que talvez ajuda na questão dos bugs, já o resto depende do seu gosto pelo jogo e pelo gênero
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6 de 6 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
88.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de agosto de 2014
Game realista, complexo com temática pouco explorada pelas produtoras, mas também conta com alguns bugs de deprimir até os mais otimistas gamers.
Mesmo assim eu recomento para conhecer.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
37.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 19 de agosto de 2014
Recomendo, porém com ressalvas, jogo de genero diferente dos demais, não é intuitivo ( até você entender a mecanica do jogo se leva tempo), a jogabilidade é delicada ou seja dificil pois certas coisas não é você quem faz e sim uma ação sua que gera determinadas consequencias, não se pode sair mudando tudo de uma vez ou sair se achando o dono do mundo que vc acabará se dando mal, pois seu proprio povo se vira contra você.

Dica basica de jogo, começar devagar sem fazer mudanças drasticas, equilibrar as contas do seu país gerando superavit nas exportações/importaçoes e deixar a coisa correr meio solta.

Outra coisa que falta é a tradução em pt-br pois nesse jogo você depende 100% do entendimento do que estão lhe falando.

Ou seja recomendado com ressalvas pois no momento (19-08-2014) o preço é meio salgado para o que o jogo oferece.
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607 de 684 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
0.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de fevereiro de 2014
There's a double DRM, that limit your activation to only two graphic card, CPU, HDD, SSD, Windows change...
So basicly, you change a part or start the game with an HDD not connected but it was before, you lose an activation.

Say goodbye to your game if the company go bankrupt.

Double DRM on Steam help no way the devs other than killing the sale.

Avoid the game, say NO to double DRMs.
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304 de 353 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
10.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 6 de fevereiro de 2014
Considering this game was released March 2013 I dont see how they can justify the price of £39.99, despite the updates this game has recived (even though they were quite spaced out), there are still many flaws and odd bugs that will crop up during gameplay.

If your into political / management games then its quite fun but dont even think about attacking anyone as your country will automatically hate you and you will lose the game.

The game still feels unpolished and slow especially when having played a country for 3+ years and as I said odd bugs will creep up like France having 99% of the worlds GDP?

This game does have it charms, I like playing as Equatorial New Guinea and trying to claim Africa but the games forces me to stop and start from scratch, It is fun when its working properly but those moments come rarely.

Wait for this to come cheaper, 75% off before you buy then try it. Otherwise just give it a miss, which is a real shame as I love these kinds of games. I got my fingers crossed for Supreme Ruler 1936 to be nice and polished for release this spring.
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215 de 270 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
0.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de fevereiro de 2014
Its an OK game and once they get this updated and remove double DRM then I will rerate.
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247 de 327 pessoas (76%) acharam esta análise útil
1.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 6 de fevereiro de 2014
Was interested in this because of the early 90s game Shadow President and SuperPower series but this just doesn't pull it off quite right. I'd stick to Paradox grand strategy or possibly Supreme Ruler series over this one.
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160 de 211 pessoas (76%) acharam esta análise útil
0.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 8 de fevereiro de 2014
Doesn't work. Access Violation on startup. Hope I can get a refund.
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Publicada: 3 de abril de 2014
This is my review of the game after being first scared off and close to not trying it. I enjoy it alot.

This is a Marvellous game for those people who are interested in Geopolitics, aren't looking for a quick Command and Conquer-styled game and enjoy running a simulated nation from top-down. It is important to emphasise that this is more of a simulator than a game. People who enjoyed Superpower 2 or are interested in a geo-political simulator will enjoy this game, but the game has a steep learning curve, and having an education helps.

Overview

Masters of the World - Geopolitical Simulator 3 is a simulator first and foremost. Whilst the simulator can be a game of tactics, it is much more than that. In this game, knowledge of the world and how government's run will help you understand how this simulator works. In the simulator you can play as any country in the world and run its affairs. The game has the nations as of 2013 and 2014, and the governments that run them with comical mimicks of the real-life leaders. Once you enter the simulator, you will have to face that country's problems head-on.

The game has 5 major areas: Politics, Economy, Military, Diplomacy and Trade. Each part is interesting and has different challenges and positives. You really need to balance each of them as each strain is interlinked with the other.

Positives

There are heaps of positives in this game that make me enjoy it, but here are my favourite 3:

- Depth of the simulator. The developers really made this so you have to think about the simular from an educated perspective. The simulator has 5 major areas has alot of you to go through, lots of details and statistics. For example, in the Economy you have to manage taxation, debts, budgets, and trade in order to make a better economy. Each of these are in even more depth, from tax on alcohol to organising trade contracts with different countries for profit, and to the economy split into Industry, Services, Agriculture, etc so as to represent your country's production. This is replicated in the areas of Politics, Military and Trade, but not really in the diplomacy field. You change these statisics by the actions you take.

- Simulated world events. The news really gives you an overview of what is happening in the world. The simulator simulates the status of the world's economy, politics and wars and this is always interesting in my opinion. I find even protests within country's I control represent to me issues that the nation faces (welfare dependency, police numbers, etc). This is a very interesting dynamic to the game.

- Cause and effect. Everything has cause and effect. For example, raising taxes makes more money but affects your popularity, the purchase power of your people, unemployment and other factors. Going to war can allow you to colonise, annex or integrate a country, but costs heaps of money (transporting soldiers, or sailing navies in reality isn't cheap!) and relies on positive public opinion.

There is much more, but those are my favourite three.

Negatives

There is quite a few downsides to the game that need improvement. There has been alot of criticism for Double DRM in this game, but I never had any problems with it (as I can play it offline and no issues c/f Ubisoft games). Double DRM exists in heaps of games, where Steam protects the game from copying but the game producers also try to have it. This issue is a wide-ranging issue but I haven't had any issues with it. The other widely-criticised issue is only being allowed to install the game so many times. This isn't too much of an issue if you don't delete your games, and has been around for ages. If you have any problems, its been said that you just have to contact the company for remedy.

To be honest, much of the criticism of the game Re DRM and other hasn't been an issue at all for me. In terms of gameplay, here are the worst bits:

- Learning Curve.One of the hardest things for people in this game is the learning curve. My first 7 games were tragedies, I was either assassinated, kicked out of government or fled overseas because my people hated me. This, if you read the other reviews, is why others have then rated this game badly. Just because you might play a few games and fail doesn't mean its unplayable, it means you need to understand things better.

But this difficulty, while a reflection of the reality of making difficult policy decisions, is also something that may scare some people off who just want a quick game.

- Conflicts. Unlike other games, there are conflicts that erupt all the time across the globe. 90% of these conflicts are just skirmishes (North Korea bombing a South Korean island, city, etc) that doesn't erupt into a bigger war and stops at the skirmish. The other 10% is a major war, which results in either the colonisation/annexation/integration of another region, or a ceasefire. For example: I was in a big war besides USA, France, Mexico and Brazil v Venezuela. Venezuela blew up a US Nuclear Reactor on US islands in the Mediterranean. After much military manouvering and many failed US landings, 5 months later a ceasefire was signed.

This part of the game is 50/50. While it produces alot of fun to watch/be part of a war and brings a combat dynamic into the game most of the time, it can be quite tricky and doesn't really correctly simulate how often conflicts erupt.

- Broadcasts. The game could do without it, but it adds a comical feature to the game. Events allow your leader or others to give you briefings, tell you about events, United Nations speeches, etc. This is fun to listen to your advisors/other world leaders, but can be a bit repetative. You can turn this off though.

- UI. The Game's UI isn't very good. It is manageable, but because the game has alot of depth it can be difficult to easily switch from normal view to military view, to zoom in and to get the information you want on your screen quickly. It just takes a little more time and hence patience in my experience.

Conclusion

For a game made by indie developers, this is a great game. It is not made by a major developer, these guys have a small team but bring quite a big simulator that is overall enjoyable. Sure it isn't Europa Universalis 4, but it is a geo-politica simulator that does what in my opinion, is a good simulation. The geo-political simulator that is alot of fun,and very interesting It is especially enjoyable if you know your stuff (such as the Russian invasion of Georgia in 2008, what made the Global Financial Crisis happen, what a tax actually is, etc etc). Definitely, coming from a university background, this game makes alot of sense and allows me to enjoy a global simulation where I can be any country. This game is more for the grand strategy gamer with some intellect, rather than the "where is my artillery and explosion" gamer.

I came to this game very skeptical, and was close not to buying it. I read the negative Steam reviews and thought, well, why should I try it if its -so- bad? I contacted the developers and told them that I'm uncertain about the game. I decided to buy it and haven't regretted it as someone who is interested in geo-political issues and likes grand strategy games. As one of the original purchasers of Superpower 2, this game reflects the fun I had in that game.

Furthermore, success in this game is in the eye of the beholder. One of my most successful games was playing as Australia, where I was able to make a budget surplus, and start to pay off my debt. With surplus I built stadiums, theatres, airports, and a larger army that I used to take over different Pacific islands and colonise them.

Overall, I would give this game 8/10. Contact me if you have any questions :)

It isn't the best game out there, but in a limited market for these types of games its good.
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53 de 70 pessoas (76%) acharam esta análise útil
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Publicada: 9 de fevereiro de 2014
Ok, first things first, this game is fun. Since political simulation games are a rare species, and this is one of the few of them, I normaly would recommend it to everyone who likes this type of games. You really have to work to have your plans work out, no matter if it's economic grow, demographics or military expansion. Especially the latter is hard to achieve, since you have to fight bad publicity both internationaly and intern. The gameplay is very deep and it's very challenging to achieve your goals.

The graphics are decent. Not good, not bad, but still enough for this type of game. As for sound, that's ok too. I dunno if it's a bug, but I hear the music of other games while playing this one (Distant Worlds).

The only reason why I don't recommend it is the simple fact that is has DRM. So you're not only limited to buy it on Steam here, but also have limited activations and... hell, I just hate DRM. Way to go, thank you Eversim. Unfortunatly I haven't read it, else I wouldn't have bothered buying it.

So, summerized:

Decent Game, a little buggy, but fun. I'll give it a 7/10, because I like the genre and since this game is a rare specimen... and subtract 7 points for the DRM. That's 0/10 for you, until the DRM is patched out. As soon as that is done, I'll make a recommention.
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