Democracy 3 Summary
While the insane number of indie games releasing every day on Steam might suggest a highly profitable gold rush, the reality is that it’s incredibly difficult to make money as an independent game developer. One such developer, Cliff Harris, recently had a frank talk about the realities of turning a profit with small games.
Whether you are debating with the local folk in a pub about Brexit, or wondering whether the American people are genuinely going to make a cartoon villain their president, there’s plenty to get excited about when it comes to elections. Positech Games, the team behind Democracy 3, are bringing elections to their game in Democracy 3: Electioneering.
Here’s what the developers have to say about the latest expansion to Democracy 3:
Positech Games has announced a new standalone African expansion to the political simulator Democracy 3, which will be released in early 2016. Players will deal wit the unique political landscape of the diverse continent.
Developer Cliff Harris has beentaken from his political simulator Democracy 3, and it turns out that his audience has something of a liberal leaning.
The majority of the game’s 200,000 or so players opt for left-leaning, liberal policies, which might not be a total surprise given the average age of gaming fans.