RI Democrat Posted November 4, 2007 Share Posted November 4, 2007 I finished my own Australia 2007 that I was designing for the Canada 2006 engine. If anyone wants a crack at it, it's online here: http://rapidshare.com/files/67412756/Austr...-_2007.zip.html The major differences between mine and the 80soft beta are: 1. Mine doesn't have the issues changed as much as 80soft's, largely because I don't know enough about Australian politics to do that accurately. I basically used the 80soft 2004 issues, and then changed the wording and titles for some of them. Industrial Relations is reworded to focus on the WorkChoices issue, Native Title becomes National Reconciliation, Old Growth Forests becomes Environmental Protection, and Tax System becomes Budget & Economy. 2. 80soft has better-quality candidate pictures. 3. Mine includes the Australian Democrats as well as several independent candidates (80soft includes the Indies too, but basically assigns them to one of the four parties, whereas mine keeps them separate). 4. Mine includes specific endorses based on RL interest groups, whereas 80soft's doesn't since the old PM4E engine didn't work that way. 5. Latham, Crean, and Beazley are still Labor leadership options on mine, in addition to Rudd and Gillard. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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