Politics and War

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.2
1.76K reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Create your own country and build your nation in Politics and War, the massively multiplayer political simulation game created by an American high school student in 2014. With over a quarter of a million players since its launch, Politics and War has become an international sensation.

Create your own country and customize it for the ultimate roleplay and world-building experience. Choose your leader, draw your borders on a map, create your own nation flag, government type, nation currency, and much more.
Mine and refine resources which can be bought and sold in a completely player-driven supply and demand economy. Use resources to power your nation, build military units, city improvement, and large-scale projects to improve your nation.

Raise armies and wage war with other players. With 7 different military units, including nuclear weapons, you can raid neighboring nations to loot money and resources or wage all out attrition war to pummel your opponents into the ground.

Engage in diplomacy with other nations by creating and joining alliances with other players. You can sign treaties, enforce political and economic sanctions, cooperate in global wars, and more. Work together with other players to compete for economic, militaristic, and diplomatic dominance in the game.

Politics and War is free to play with no in-app ads, and unlike other games has strict limits on “pay-to-win” activity. This game was built and is still being developed and improved upon by an independent developer who was only 16 when he first created the game.

With a thriving community around the game that includes player-run international organizations that handle in-game banking, nation building loans, in-game news organizations, and much more, Politics and War is an online nation building game like no other. Download it for free and start playing today.
Updated on
Aug 9, 2022

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4.2
1.76K reviews
Seth Sternberg
February 22, 2021
Firstly I want to point out that this is predominantly a browser based game and the bugs in it are to be expected especially since it just released. Secondly it is a incredibly fun game if you dive into the atmosphere/community of the game otherwise it's mainly just like another farm simulation game. Overall I give it a 4/5 for the fact Alex (The Creator) has done something the community has wanted for quite sometime but also due to the fact that it still has some minor bugs with the interface.
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gxbson mgxbe
April 10, 2022
This is one of those games that get better the longer u play I've been playing for almost two years and there's still room for growth. I highly recommend it for people who like strategy especially if u have an irl background in commerce (this is by far the most realistic Econ related game I've ever played). My only complaint is the maps and your physical geography are meaningless which makes the game way less realistic ,eg even if you're landlocked u have a navy and distance is irrelevant.
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Jared Wright
May 16, 2022
I give it 3 stars because unlike other games, you can progress without paying and its honest about its amount of microtransactions, but I'd prefer to give it 2 or 2 1/2, because the gameplay is just lame. The idea is cool! but when it comes to wars its litterally a numbers game, the dude with the bigger airforce and army is gonna win, theirs no way to represent one side having better tech than the other or guerilla warfare, its just numbers. It could be so much better.
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