A fun way to kill some time while you're in the waiting room to get your hemerrhoids checked, and balancing your popularity among different factions adds some depth. Probably still is a little oversimplified, though, and it seems as though whoever created this game thinks the American public are way more left-leaning than they actually are hence the accusations of liberal bias.
The idea of the game is great, but there is no depth. A bug I noticed is that if you get a neg. modifier on a metric already at 0, it will plummet you in the charts even though the metric goes from 0 to 0; it doesnt change. This ruins the strategy of the game. I shouldnt have to appeal to *every* faction. Also, a lot of the modifiers from decisions make absolutely no sense. And there is no way to know what decisions to make during debates based on my results. I went all in on attacks on one candidate and it did nothing. This game needs more attention. Not deserving of 4 stars.
Short and sweet, nice basic introduction to politics - no overly complicated controls. Simple, clean graphics and enjoyable game. Only thing that's annoying is my understanding of how to make a good speech and what factions are!
Sadly the metrics by which the game runs makes it too simplistic to accurately portray the demographics involved in an election. Rather certain issues give a plus or neg to very broad groups of people that in reality hold various views often contrary to others in that demographic.
I like how it's nuanced and no decision will please everyone, but HOLY CRAP is there a liberal bias! I've played 6 games as Trump and still haven't won...
There is an awfully large liberal bias in this game. Elections aren't won by choosing one thing or another.
Minor Bug fixes