Very interesting political clicker video game. However, beware the time you may potentially loose, thus the layout is entertaining, I wish the military was the only faction that you could deploy, and units were from builds, such as purchasing fighter aircraft. I feel like the Oligarch helicopter which looks more like an attack helicopter should be put into the military units section. And, why have oligarches and mafia in some scenarios or some "communism" or socialism is made? Why not replace oligarches with bureocrats and mafia with organized crime? It seems as if the police and oligarches relationships are too close, and the police are greedy. The game is quite "addicting," thus it is hard to get anywhere. While playing, try to look at the clock.
Every thing is pointless: what's the pint in expanding if the only thing that grows is revenue and not military power What's the point in having expanded territory if all it creates is more struggles and bigger threats And what's the point of making he army happy if their only a portion of the cards... I don't think that's how politics or even dictatorship work M8 over all EVERY THING IS OVERLY DIFFICULT AND WEAKLY REWARDING
The game is easy to understand and real difficult to master. Get your dictator instincts on to excel. A good change of concept. But one might just get bred of the decision making soon as the game offers just that and nothing else.
I agree with another reviewer in saying that in this game, you are constantly fighting a losing battle and you're basically just trying to find out how long you can last. The gameplay is unbalanced and it pressures you to spend money on IAPs just so you can last longer, especially considering that the more you play the game, the more they drastically stack up the odds against you. Ultimately, I don't really mind the ads as long as they're not too intrusive and many, but I'm honestly not a big fan of the seemingly rigged gameplay - some ridiculous questions, even more senseless, ridiculous effects of certain decisions, extremely unfair random events (disasters, invasions...), etc.
Good graphics style, good and simple controls, some good decisions, a flaw is that you either expand your dictatorship or someone will kill you. So, If you can handle the annoyance and the frustration with much stronger powers destroying you in 1 turn, it's a solid game.
I sunk just a few bucks into it before it told me I was playing the free version. Still kind pissed.
minor bug fixes
Imagine that you lead startup from seed funding to the multi-million enterprise.