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1 hour ago, Patine said:

I had a plan to try my hand at the last four contested Cuban elections in the near future (1952, 1954, 1956, and 1958 - the Congressional ones, as the two Presidential ones in that period were virtually uncontested), but have the People's Socialist Party - the party allied with the more militant insurgent June 26th Movement of Guevarra and the Castro Brothers, and that merged with them in 1965 to form the modern Communist Party of Cuba - as an off-by-default options as they weren't officially barred or banned legally (surprise!) - they were actually officially boycotting.

@WVProgressive may like this one, which is one of the options I may take up when I've finished my East Germany 1990 scenario (which I'm in the later stages of work on).

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6 minutes ago, victorraiders said:

what one's you are in advanced work or ready to release

Currently, East Germany 1990, my West Germany 1949 and Austria 2008 reduxes, Germany 1871, Alberta 1935, Armenia 2017, Slovenia 1990, United States House of Representatives 1854, and (though still in PM4E 2008 format) Alberta 1921, Manitoba 1870, and several historical Canadian scenarios. Those are the ones with real progress, as it stands, at various stages.

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10 minutes ago, victorraiders said:

what one's you are in advanced work or ready to release

Oh, and Japan 2009.

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3 hours ago, victorraiders said:

what one's you are in advanced work or ready to release

I also have completed quite a few historical U.S. Presidential, Gubernatorial, and single-State Senatorial, and Foreign Presidential scenarios by the old P4E2008, two historical Canadian scenarios and one historical Alberta scenario by the old PM4E2008, and a bunch of unfinished ones, with significant progress, for both of those games, and a Wisconsin State Senate scenario for the old C4E2012 (the predecessor to the modern CI), but none of them are directly compatible with PI, PMI, and CI without redone entirely, just with the original information and graphics.

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17 hours ago, Patine said:

I also have completed quite a few historical U.S. Presidential, Gubernatorial, and single-State Senatorial, and Foreign Presidential scenarios by the old P4E2008, two historical Canadian scenarios and one historical Alberta scenario by the old PM4E2008, and a bunch of unfinished ones, with significant progress, for both of those games, and a Wisconsin State Senate scenario for the old C4E2012 (the predecessor to the modern CI), but none of them are directly compatible with PI, PMI, and CI without redone entirely, just with the original information and graphics.

have make/work on one's to PI or PMI ? ?

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@victorraiders Some of the older Latin American scenarios might be fun. The ones where firebrand, populist, radical, far-left revolutionaries went up against wealthy generals backed by powerful landowners and the Roman Catholic Church and given covert funds by the CIA.

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Just now, Patine said:

@victorraiders Some of the older Latin American scenarios might be fun. The ones where firebrand, populist, radical, far-left revolutionaries went up against wealthy generals backed by powerful landowners and the Roman Catholic Church and given covert funds by the CIA.

i will do but i will create one by country first

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