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Strategy Tips for PM4E Australia

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Hello,

I have thoroughly enjoyed playing PM4E Australia. I was wondering if anyone could offer any advice or tips on how to be more successful. I've tried as Howard and even Costello to defeat Rudd in the 2007 election, but he is very hard to dislodge (pretty accurate really). I have managed to come within two seats of winning, and have done better than what happened in real life - and after I think I've campaigned really well, I always only manage to get an above average score as a campaigner. I've tried changing tacks and I think the key to winning is getting in all the headlines. Barnstorming seems to have limited effect.

I'd appreciate the advice.

Regards,

Euromellows

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I think the key is to target the urban seats and Tasmania - Sydney, Melbourn and SE Queensland have quite a few marginals and they can swing it. Beating Rudd is hard though, although perhaps easier than winning as Keating in 1996, Hayden in 1980 or Fraser in 1983. I've never managed to consistently win those.

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I think the key is to target the urban seats and Tasmania - Sydney, Melbourn and SE Queensland have quite a few marginals and they can swing it. Beating Rudd is hard though, although perhaps easier than winning as Keating in 1996, Hayden in 1980 or Fraser in 1983. I've never managed to consistently win those.

Hello, thanks for your reply.

I didn't know those elections existed in this game. You're right about those other elections, particularly the 1996, that would be very difficult to win as Keating. Could you show me where to get these other scenarios?

Regards,

Euromellows

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