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About Particracy

Particracy is a free web-based strategy game. It is being developed by one person, me. My name is Wouter Lievens. I'm professional software engineer, graduated in Computer Science from the University of Brussels, Belgium, Europe. This game is entirely free and will remain free for as long as it will exist. It is not my intent to make this into a commercial product in any way. I started making this game because I'm interested in web technologies, strategic gaming, elections, and politics. I'm doing this entirely as a hobby project.

Any costs for the game are paid out of my own pocket, since the game is free and will remain free. If you want to help me financially in funding the project, I accept donations via PayPal. My PayPal account is lievenswouter@gmail.com. Donations are welcome in the currency of your choice. Note that since this project is not a registered charity, your donation is in no way tax-deductible.

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Random fact: It is possible for players in a Culturally Open nation to establish a Cultural Protocol if doing so would not reduce the overall number of Culturally Open nations below 10. The Cultural Protocol bill must be passed by a 2/3rds majority of all players with seats (not just those with seats who vote), and at least 2 players with seats must support the motion, both of whom must have been currently continuously active in the nation (ie. no inactivations) for at least 1 month.

Random quote: "The Liberal State is a mask behind which there is no face; it is a scaffolding behind which there is no building." Benito Mussolini

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