My suggestions for a possible Democracy 2

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Postby cliffski » Fri Sep 21, 2007 7:47 am

a lot of these ideas are already in the next version :D
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Postby alexmack » Fri Sep 21, 2007 12:20 pm

Yeah I have the difficulty high anyway. Obviously this makes it more difficult to come in and totally change the regime quickly.

Glad to hear that there'll be some more stuff in the new one. The original game is fantastic, I'd never played anything like it before. Really looking forward to the new one, like I say I have no idea really about programming or game design, but I hope it becomes as big as Sim City!

Anyone remember Balance of Power on the Amiga?
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Postby AMD4EVER » Wed Sep 26, 2007 3:11 pm

I haven't read previous suggestions but my request is simple to implement and critical to improving this game IMO. Instead of just having a sandbox type game where the only mission is to get re-elected provide a system that gives specific missions. Start someone off in the US depression or Germany post WWI where economies are terrible and have them rebuild. Or how about play Russia as they converted to Democracy. To throw in something else that would be interesting how about play the US during the Cold War with Russia and keep the US economy strong while maintaining strong Foreign Aid and Military to keep the Russian's at bay. There are all sorts of missions that could be put into place and a lot of other features that could be added on a per mission basis that would make the game more interesting in the long run.
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Postby cliffski » Thu Sep 27, 2007 7:55 am

interesting ideas, cheers.
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Postby AMD4EVER » Fri Sep 28, 2007 1:52 pm

Just to add another scenario that would interest me, how about a future where global warming is really kicking up and you not only need to create a Green economy, but a super green! Powerplants are being pushed to the brink due to overuse of air conditioners and health is a major issue. This would be a catastrophe to any government. It would be interesting to see if a democracy can even be maintained with this many problems hanging in the air.
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Postby Barry Unger » Thu Nov 15, 2007 3:17 pm

I would really like it if the game up the count of non-Western democracies. I guess I'll run down a few that I feel should be essential

1) India
Reason: World's largest democracy, one of world's newly industrialized countries and contains interesting party dynamics (BJP, Congress, and Communists and others).

2) Taiwan
Reason: Young Democracy (first time presidential change of gov't occurred in 2000), extremely active electorate, faces active influence from China, and of course Independence Issue

3) Turkey
Reason: Extremely patriotic (can't insult Turkishness), Lively party competition between Seculars and Islamists, essential member of NATO, and potential member of EU

4) South Africa
Reason: Powerful regional actor, formidable economy, high unemployment, handling many issues like AIDs and Black African Economic Empowerment

Honorable mentions : Brazil, Mexico, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Nigeria, Liberia, Philippines, and Malaysia.
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Re: My suggestions for a possible Democracy 2

Postby smithcraile » Tue Jul 28, 2009 7:28 am

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