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Welcome to Particracy!

Introduction

Particracy is a political simulation game where the player takes on the role of a political party in a fictional nation. Players propose and vote on legislation, form cabinets, determine economic policy and join international treaties as they compete for votes with other political parties in their nation. The opinions of voters in each nation is measured on a wide variety of opinions, meaning every region and every nation is unique, and constantly changing. Will your nation be a free market paradise or a socialist utopia? Only the voters will decide.

For a short tutorial, click here.

For the rules, click here.

To learn about the cultural backgrounds of the different nations, click here.

New Players

If you want to play the game, but do not have a player account yet, you can click here to create one. This is entirely free. If you already have an account, do not make another one. Multi-accounting is forbidden! For all questions, email me at lievenswouter@gmail.com.

Contributors

The following users have contributed financially to the project:


Random fact: The majority of nations in Particracy are "Culturally Protected" with an established cultural background. Only the "Culturally Open" nations are not bound by the rules surrounding culture. The Cultural Protocols Index should be consulted for more information about the cultural situation of each nation.

Random quote: "Being in politics is like being a football coach: you have to be smart enough to understand the game and dumb enough to think it's important." � Eugene J. McCarthy

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