Can not really recommend this. You will not feel as a real dictator, because in this game You controll an idiot country. For eg. the army asks "Allow nuclear tests in a national park?" and You just "What??? Really?". How can You say yes to it? Even Stalin would not allowed this. And the game has a bunch of idiot questions like this. Sometimes buttons not working too. And so on...
As someone whom would probably know a great deal on the subject matters at hand, this is pretty appallingly bad work. The decision descriptions are not coherently written at all and the fact that I can't tell WHY some factions like certain things and not others is not helpful. Example: WHY would the police want to ban Twitter? This game makes no sense. On top of that, the premise of the game is to "maintain power", which in and of itself sounds pretty boring. I can't believe you have a whole development team and published a piece of steaming trash like this.
It was very fun as a clicker video game, thank you. However, gameplay went smoothly until: This isn't a "pay to win" complaint, however a potential security issue. While I was "tapping away in fun," the game suddenly froze, and a download came. It was this "google lead services ad," however it was code. Google translate claimed the language was in Malaysian, seemed harmless, forgot about it a little while writing this review, however soon I deleted the download, I don't know what that was, but it could be some security issue if i'm not wrong.
I got 6,000,000, we went into war time, the people become to happy and revolt? When I lost and had 6,000,000 it said "No Treasury Funds" I enjoyed this game until you ruined my experience so you can get paid from in app purchases.
It's simpler than the other Dictator games from this developer (and even My Majesty) but I like it a bit better than the others precisely because of that.
Interesting game. Can be addictive but lots of ads.
Improvements and bug fixes