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Democracy 4

Democracy 4

Indie, Simulation, Strategy
50 players online
74 bought game
Democracy 4 lets you take the role of President / Prime minister, govern the country (choosing its policies, laws and other actions), and both transform the country as you see fit, while trying to retain enough popularity to get re-elected...
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Democracy 4 lets you take the role of President / Prime minister, govern the country (choosing its policies, laws and other actions), and both transform the country as you see fit, while trying to retain enough popularity to get re-elected...
buy 26.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date13 января 2022 г.
DevelopersPositech Games
PublishersPositech Games
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows 7,8,10
  • Processor: intel i5 1.6GHZ
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: intel HD3000
  • Storage: 800 MB available space
  • Sound Card: any
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  • OS: Windows 7,8,10
  • Processor: intel i7
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: intel HD3000
  • Storage: 800 MB available space
  • Sound Card: any

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Description

Democracy 4 lets you take the role of President / Prime minister, govern the country (choosing its policies, laws and other actions), and both transform the country as you see fit, while trying to retain enough popularity to get re-elected...

Built on a custom-built neural network designed to model the opinions, beliefs, thoughts and biases of thousands of virtual citizens, Democracy 4 is the state-of-the-art in political simulation games. A whole new vector-graphics engine gives the game a more adaptable, cleaner user interface, and the fourth in the series builds on the past while adding a host of new features such as media reports, coalition governments, emergency powers, three-party systems and a more sophisticated simulation that handles inflation, corruption and modern policy ideas such as quantitative easing, helicopter money, universal basic income and policies to cover current political topics such as police body cameras, transgender rights and tons more.

Democracy 4 is the ultimate sandbox for testing out your political ideas. We all think our politicians are useless and that we could do a better job ourselves, but is that really true? With one eye on the budget, one-eye on the polls, and somehow finding time to watch out for terrorist attacks at the same time, you will find that staying in power while changing society for the better is a tougher job than you ever imagined.

Would it really be a good idea to legalize all drugs? to give the police machineguns? to ban abortion? to invest heavily in green energy? would UBI really work? can you stay elected after cutting pensions in half to pay for your science budget? There is only one game that lets you find out!

The intention in designing this game is to have no implied bias whatsoever (tricky, but we try!) so this is NOT a game that is going to lecture you about politics, or tell you that your beliefs are wrong. This is a strategy game, not a political protest :D. If you want to turn your country into ayn rand's fantasy, abolish all public spending and all taxes, you can do that. it might work, it might not! depending on how you handle it. On the other hand if you want to nationalise the railways, the energy companies, the water companies, cap CEO pay, ban second-home ownership and put universal income in place, you can do that too. All the game tries to do is model the *likely* effects, short and long term of any action you take.

Because modders have so enthusiastically supported earlier games in the series, we are doing our best to make Democracy 4 as mod-friendly as possible too, and steam workshop support will make choosing and installing mods easy. Ultimately all our data is in text files that you can edit yourself, so if you think our analysis of the link between car tax and car usage is wrong (for example), its trivial to edit it, and share your changes with other players.

Ultimately Democracy 4 is not a game about simply winning an election, but about running the country. Losing an election is just the end-game (unless you get assassinated), the real challenge to the game is whether or not you can create a country you are honestly proud of. I hope you enjoy trying :D

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Reviews about the game

Democracy 429.11.2023

This is Democracy 3 with a bit of UI touch up. Barely. It has all the issues the last game had, and no significant improvements in the system. Here's what I wrote about Democracy 3, still relevant: This game is a FANTASTIC IDEA implemented very very badly. It's overly simplifying things (all religions, for instance, are "religious" and hold exactly the same ideas. namely, of course, right wing extremist Christians.) The economical model is Marxist to the full and very very american post-capitalist in views. The behavioural model does not make sense (legalising drug leads, of course, to *unpreventable* drug addiction. Which contradicts every large scale surveys of western economies.). But worst of all is the "Global Economy". Once you pass a certain threshold of success, with all 6 major stats in the green, inevitably the Global Economy goes into huge recession. And just stays there! Also, since you somehow avoided most other catastrophes, for some reason, there's a global meltdown twice a year. This game tries SO HARD to make it deliberately difficult, in ways that make no sense. So no, I would not recommend it.

Puzzled Puffin
Puzzled Puffin
I don't recommend
Democracy 424.11.2023

I was sad to learn that I am a dictator.

Reasonable Skunk
Reasonable Skunk
I recommend
Democracy 427.11.2023

Elections don't matter. Choices are simplistic. Choice descriptions are biased to the level of nauseating. Random game crashes. Thanks, but no.

Empirical Prawn
Empirical Prawn
I don't recommend
Democracy 411.12.2023

I can only describe this game as, meh. Its seem very underwhelming. It makes things easy when they should be difficult and much more difficult when they should be easy. I recommend the game on sale and I simply do not recommend the DLCs. Overall a good buy on sale, not worth full price unless your really into games that try to throw the kitchen sink at you for nothing other than for fun.

Bold Cod
Bold Cod
I recommend
Democracy 401.12.2023

Once you get in all the policies you want to do the game kinda ends.

Responsible Gull
Responsible Gull
I don't recommend
Democracy 409.12.2023

I'm a fan of simulation games, but this was a bit dry for me.

Unique Shrimp
Unique Shrimp
I don't recommend
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