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    Politics and some...
  1. Scenario Checker - Beta

    Go to your scenarios folder, then look for a word doc entitled 'scenarios' or something. Open it and add all the scenario names. (you can use this to change the order of your scenarios as well)
  2. Feature You'd Most Like to See

    Multiplayer!
  3. Feature Updates

    Hear Hear! I think rather than having various programes for different countries, one unilateral program for Britan, the US, Canada, Australia etc.
  4. Scotland - 2007

    If anyone is going to make another Scottish scenario, you are free to ask me for advice on Scottish affairs.
  5. Scotland - 2007

    If you've corrected it please put it up on the site! PS: I'm not an authoritarian it's just my name. Because it's my name a lot of people assume I am an authoritarian but that's like calling the Nazis socialist because it was in their name! lol Because he's a conservative duh!
  6. Scotland - 2007

    I'm just going to pick my home region to show how out the platform is: Abortion - no generally in the Highlands people are pro-abortion. Assylum + Immigration - no most people actually want more immigrants due to shortages of jobs Businesses - should be "businesses should be taxed fairly" Council Tax - this is absurd! Most people realise the importance of the council and although they might think it should be less, Highland people would not want it to be abolished! Crime - get a life! The Highlands is a Liberal area - I don't know anyone who wants to bring back the death penalty Enviroment - no generally people in the Highlands rate enviroment very strongly EU powers - what! The EU has little opposition in Highland society, and they have run many succesful ventures in new building schemes etc. Fishing - yes people are annoyed at EU quotas, but they do not want them to be 'ignored' Healthcare Centralisation - yes but not to that extent Hospital Management - too left for once! It should be centre-right Job Relocation - should be centerist Open Government - not an issue of great importance up here Road and Infrastructure - fine but definitions of right and left seem a little mixed up School Discipline - of no importance whatsoever and yet this is a 'very high profile' issue?! Senior Citizens - once again your definitions of right and left are mixed up Size of the Government - how is this 'high profile' Future of Scotland - completly the opposite - a big SNP target area for that reason Universities - what! Centre Right - fees for no one. Right - fees for everyone! A very strange position So, sorry to be further critical... but this is quite frankly appaling.
  7. Scotland - 2007

    This is a seriously poor scenario. The leaders are severly out of date, their home regions are totally messed up. Regional platforms are quite frankly appaling, it assumes that the whole of Scotland is composed of Conservatives. (note in real life there is only one Conservative constituency seat out of 72). It defies all opinion polls. (the tories are DOWN not up). The 'PR' system is pointless as it doesn't work. The endorsers and newspapers are also messed up. Since when did you get the 'Scottish' Daily Record (they are Scottish by default) and they have never ever supported the Conservatives. The author clearly knows nothing about Scottish politics (all the regions are assumed to be anti-independence by default - look at opinion polls - the opposite is true). The candidates are clearly made up (the official candidates are now made public - or at the least you could have used the same candidates for 2003). On a technical point there are several glitches. On the plus side, the graphics are good, but I understand they are actually not the author's own work. So anyone who decides to download this scenario take heed - it will tell you absouloutly NOTHING about Scottish politics, it is biased (but if you are a tory then this will appeal) and finally the 'pr' system is messed up. It would be better just to have the constituency seats on their own. Sorry to be critical, but the author clearly knows nothing about Scottish politics.
  8. Burnley Council - 2006

    Quick note: Peter Lucas = Matthew Jones I don't know if there is a rule against this or anything?
  9. Multi-Player Game

    I'd be intrested, what game though?
  10. Scenerio Website

    Um, Hang on a sec - 80soft seem to have deleted the topic... username: pmforever password: (I've actually forgotton - can someone remind me?) But, some ***ker has deleted all the scenarios...
  11. PM Forever- British Version Cheat!!!

    I havn't tried it out yet but I will... Why don't 80soft provide proper cheats e.g. Launch a scandle, Get extra money, Get extra foot-soilders, Kill all voters of a particular party, Make a party leader suffer an accident or heart attack or something - makes them stop campaigning The last two would be hilarious!
  12. Developer's Log #9

    Whats happening about the scenario page? Whenever I go on it I get this stats page...
  13. Lets See Someone Beat This

    Sure! Tell me how often do you barnstorm or give speeches? Any tips on endorsers or anything?
  14. Lets See Someone Beat This

    Yeesh! All but Quebec...
  15. Developer's Log #8

    Oh and site is: www.freewebs.com/pmforever
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