2010s-2030s Standard election arena.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HHCtpYU9QxbIYNJ5g2nayWEi70oK-F-c/view?usp=sharing

MAYBE THE BEST SCENARIO EVER.

Are you guys tired of most scenarios in the original game and on this site? yes, about 99% of them are INCORRECT and STUPID.

I’m here bringing you a whole new ass Scenario you will ever seen in your lifetime in this game.

The scenario cost me 4 months of making and fixing to make sure it’s GREAT to play.

So what will you receive in this scenario?

#1: It doesn’t base on any story.

This scenario doesn’t have a plot, you will play it as a NORMAL and STANDARD election between the political parties.

#2: The Characters:

You will get the political views as characters rather than some fictional character.

#3: The accuracy:

The data came from my 15 days of researching. The states leanings are based on the average of 2016-2020, the population is from 2020 census, the turn out is from 2020.

#4: The political issues:

I got a bunch of issues for you.
Each state (except the territories) has its own political leaning, they’re based on the real polls, the accuracy of the data is 90% correct. You can even make it as your political test to see which state will fit your political ideology. Just try it.
About 59 issues are waiting for you. FIFTY NINE ISSUES.

#5: The primary:

Yes, because this is a real playground for all political ideologies, so everyone will start will nothing and gain anything. Each state will equally vote for all candidates when the game starts, you will have to win it yourself.

CAUTION: Make sure you start the game with less than 18 bots in the game, the game can’t handle more than 18 for some reason. Remember it or it will crash.


And finally , this scenario is my first and my last post on this site about this game. Because I’m on my way removing this game from my PC. This game is f*cking trash, you pay money to see Trump get California and Hillary get Wyoming, wtf. Bugs, bad update, cringe scenarios, I paid $20 for this game and this game requires me to spend time to make a scenario myself just to have fun. It’s trash, everything is good about this game is its Election coverage system, somewhat better than a web game like Campaign Trail.

So, enjoy this scenario as my GOODBYE for it. I actually had fun with it, but it costs me depression before having fun.
I have a new game to have fun with, it’s The Political Process, only $15 and believe me, that cost is way too cheap for it, the game worth it. Try it and you will get what I say. It already has crack on many web sites, you can play it for free, but believe me, you will voluntarily want to buy the game after playing it. WORTH

Okay, have fun and goodbye.

Decision 3012: The Choosening

Hello! This is my first scenario, and instead of possibly doing historical scenarios, I think they’ve been done to death. So I will present the scenario that is drawn from an episode of “Futurama“, Season 7 Episode 3.

Thundercrats:

  • Sen. Chris Travers
  • Mr. Unknown Greenland
  • Rep. Darcy Richardson
  • Rep. J. J. Evans
  • Rep. Randall Terry
  • Gov. Sarah Palin
  • Mr. John Jackson

Plun-Darrcans

  • Pres. Richard Nixon
  • Vice President Agnew
  • Mr. Jack Johnson

Third Parties

  • Theodore Roosevelt’s Head for the Space Bull Moose Party
  • Hermes Conrad for the Brain Slug Party

Version 1.2 is Live

Changes

  • Added Space Bull Moose Party with Teddy Roosevelt’s head as its leader
  • Added Brain Slug Party with Hermes Conrad as its leader
  • Added an inset of Europe
  • Added Space Bull Moose Party
  • Added Brain Slug Party
  • Turanga Leela and Philip J. Fry are now surrogates for Chris Travers
  • Spiro Agnew and Bender Rodriguez are now surrogates for Richard Nixon
  • More poll balancing.
  • lowered Nixon’s charisma, debating, and leadership
  • Travers’ home state is now Hawaii
  • Added new regions
    • Skyrim
    • R’lyeh
    • Hawaii
    • Atlanta
    • Belarus
    • Bulgaria
    • Muontana
    • eHio
    • iOwa

2017 Virginia Governor Election

This is a scenario I made for the 2017 Virginia Governor Race. I decided to use the current Congressional map of Virginia as the boundaries for this scenario, since Virginia has waaaaaay too many counties and independent cities for me to deal with in one sitting (at least for the time being). This is still in the early stages (although most of the necessary features being there), and I plan to add:

  1. More endorsers
  2. More Candidates
  3. Events

LINK BELOW

2018 – Lazio regional election

Nicola Zingaretti (Democratic Party) is the governor of Lazio. Stefano Parisi (Center-Right Coalition), Roberta Lombardi (Five Star Movement) and Sergio Pirozzi (Right Wing) are among his greatest challengers in the highest office of the region of Italy.

This is my first scenario ever so feedback and even criticism are appreciated.

2018 – Lazio

 

New Zealand election 2017!

Hi everyone! Here is a link to a scenario I made about last year’s election in New Zealand. This was very hard to make, since in New Zealand most of the Labour Party’s seats are list seats, and we do not have MMP or (Yet) preferences, unlike in real life, so it was difficult to make this. However, I came up with a solution, which was to add some MPs as a top up for the parties (To make up for a lack of a proportional list system) and as a result the scenario works perfectly. Try it out and see how you find it. I also added the Maori electorates as in real life.

Once we have preferences, or indeed MMP, I will update this scenario and add in the new electoral dynamics.

There also seems to be an error with high scores at the end, which I would like to correct, if someone can help me with finding out the reason for it?

Description:

“Note: preferences will be added in a future release.

After taking control of the Labour Party, Jacinda Ardern has shown herself to be a formidable campaigner. Can she lead Labour back into government or will Bill English and the Nationals win this hotly contested election?

This simulation uses a unique electoral system where, in addition to the Maori electorates, everyone will also have a list vote for list MPs on the North and South Island, and smaller parties are given list seats to reflect their vote share.”

Screenshots:

 

 

Download here: NZ2017

2016 – United States presidential election in New England (Beta version)

Further to my 2016 Presidential Election in New Hampshire scenario, I decided to expand it to New England as a whole because the 10 counties in NH alone were too few to accurately handle the primaries.

This scenario allows you to battle 2016 in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont with state specific endorsers and accurate polling data for the GOP and Dem primaries (1 delegate per vote cast with 0% cut-off).

2016 – United States presidential election in New England (Beta version)

1988 Version 1

“This scenario was updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on November 12, 2017 and can be downloaded here”

United States – 1988_V2

The 1988 campaign featured an open contest on both the Republican and Democratic sides, as Republican Pres. Ronald Reagan was entering the last year of his second term. Numerous contenders on the Democratic side entered the race. Commentators referred derisively to them as “The Seven Dwarfs.” They included former Arizona Gov. Bruce Babbitt, Delaware Sen. Joe Biden, Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis, Missouri Rep. Richard Gephardt, Tennessee Sen. Al Gore, civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, and Illinois Sen. Paul Simon. Three candidates who were somewhat more inspiring had decided not to run: former senator Gary Hart of Colorado, who dropped out because of a sex scandal, reentered the race and then dropped out for good; Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy; and New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, who simply declined to run. The Republicans, seeking a candidate who could match the stature and electability of Reagan, were similarly at a loss. The nominal front-runner, George Bush, suffered from a reputation as a “wimp” who in 22 years of public life—as a former representative, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and, for more than seven years, Reagan’s vice president—had failed to distinguish himself as anything more than a docile instrument of someone else’s policy. There were three interesting Republican alternatives: Bob Dole of Kansas, the Senate minority leader, who was respected for his wit and intelligence though considered by some to be overly acerbic; former New York representative Jack Kemp, revered among many conservatives as Reagan’s true ideological heir; and the Rev. Pat Robertson, a popular televangelist. None of the three, however, made it through the primary season. With the Reagan era drawing to a close, the wide open race has top names both sides of the political spectrum running for the top job. Liberal and Conservative Reverends, Hawks and Doves in both parties, which way will America turn?

Please feel free to give feedback.

Previous versions:

United States – 1988

United States – 1988

UPDATED – New Jersey gubernatorial 2017

Based off of “servo75” original New Jersey gubernatorial campaign, full credit for original goes to him!

New Features:

  • Added partners for all candidates
  • Updated every candidate picture
  • Added running official running mates for Murphy, Guadagno, Rorhman, Genovese, Ross, and Kaper-Dale
  • Added in official primary debates
  • Added events: Government shutdown begins, Christie on beach he closed, Government shutdown ends, Murphy’s comment rebuked
  • Added real polling data
  • Updated vote count for each county for both parties
  • Added Planned Parenthood as an endorser, leaning Democratic
  • Every county leans one way because of how they preformed in every gubernatorial election since 1997

Democratic Primaries:

  • Phil Murphy, former Ambassador to Germany
  • Raymond Lesniak, state senator
  • Jim Johnson, former Under Secretary of Treasury for Enforcement
  • John Wisniewski, state assemblyman
  • William Brennan, activist and former fire fighter
  • Mark Zinna, Tenafly Borough Council President

Republican Primaries:

  • Kim Guadagno, incumbent Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey
  • Jack Ciattarelli, state assemblyman
  • Steve Rogers, Nutley Commissioner of Public Affairs
  • Hirsh Singh, aerospace engineer and businessman
  • Josephy Rudy Rullo, businessman
  • Dana Wefer, Chairwoman of the Hoboken Housing Authority

Libertarian nominee: Peter Rorhman

Reduce Property Taxes nominee: Gina Genovese

We the People nominee: Vincent Ross

Green Party nominee: Seth Kaper-Dale

Constitution Party nominee: Matthew Riccardi

New Jersey Governor 2017