Math is off This game is fun and addicting, but I realized in my last 2 plays that it's math is off. In my last game I turned Pennsylvania, Florida, Iowa, and Colorado for Romney. I won every other state Romney won in real life. The game had me losing 260 to 278, but the correct math would have me winning 270 to 268. This game is fun and it is not impossible. I won on my 1st try with Trump on medium difficulty before I even knew what I was doing.
Please add an instruction manual. I've been playing a while and can't figure out how style, method or focus affect outcome. Is "positive" less effective while "attack" is bigger but risks a negative result. What about rebuttal and scare? Give me e kind of strategy guide. Please!
Wow This game is pretty good however it needs a little bit of work. First let's get some instructions what's the difference between positive, attack, rebuttal and scare. Adding a third party would be nice. Adding the primary season would be interesting. Debates would be nice as well. Add a couple of these and I would change to a 5 star.
Fun for political junkies I really enjoyed this game. It provides many options for how you want to launch your campaign (by television, radio, internet, etc). However, I would like for the issues which are most important to a given state be more accurate, rather than randomized every round. Also, I would like more historical scenarios. Another cool feature would be the ability to select a running mate and have them impact the ticket. Also, debates would be nice. And a primary season. All in all though, this game is a 10/10.
Rigged Against Trump! Yeah I'm saying this on November 9th and when I compare what Trump did in real life compared to this game is B.S. I had to put his campaign on EASY to get what he got in real life. I love the game but I don't like how it is rigged against Trump! Please un-rig it...thankyou!
Little repetitive Would like a debate option as many others have said and maybe a third party/create a candidate option. Fun game though just needs a few things to spice it up
- Added the 2016 presidential campaign and 7 primary candidates to choose from
- Added 6 historical campaigns to play, dating back to 1992
- Various graphical and interface improvements
Please be sure to leave us a review and we will update again in the Spring with better 2016 campaign data and candidates.