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A Question About Congress Forever 2010


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I know the Canadian Prime Minister Forever 2011 game, which is based on Congress Forever 2010, has six party slots (I don't actually know if more are possible as I don't yet own the new Canadian game), but can Congress Forever 2010 itself have more than four parties and, if so, does a scroll feature activate if there's more than four parties when the scenario's started to select a party not in the initial four displayed?

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PM4E Canada 2011 can have as many parties as the scenario designer wants.

Congress Forever hasn't been tested with more than 4 parties. My guess is that the user interface wouldn't work correctly.

I know the Canadian Prime Minister Forever 2011 game, which is based on Congress Forever 2010, has six party slots (I don't actually know if more are possible as I don't yet own the new Canadian game), but can Congress Forever 2010 itself have more than four parties and, if so, does a scroll feature activate if there's more than four parties when the scenario's started to select a party not in the initial four displayed?

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There's a baseline turnout (determined by eligible voter - alienated), and then that should vary a bit based on momentum and ground ops.

A question for Admin, are the results that appear in Congress Forever based on a predetermined turnout?

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There's a baseline turnout (determined by eligible voter - alienated), and then that should vary a bit based on momentum and ground ops.

& How different is turnout going to be compared to Congress forever?

Also, is President forever 2012 going to be a mirror image of congress forever? I remember you talking about a new feature called "ground ops?" Would that be considered the same as the options available in targeting senate/congressional seats?

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I also have a suggestion. To put a check mark or something like that on election night for the projected winner. Unless the race is close, it is usually called before it's done processing the results.

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It won't be exactly the same. I can't say more at this point.

As far as Ground Ops, it will be similar in P4E12.

& How different is turnout going to be compared to Congress forever?

Also, is President forever 2012 going to be a mirror image of congress forever? I remember you talking about a new feature called "ground ops?" Would that be considered the same as the options available in targeting senate/congressional seats?

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