Friday, May 05, 2006


opposition (again)

I'm working on the effects of a winning democratic or islamist revolution. Simply, like in the original version, the country the revolution succeed is out of the game. It would be interesting to have the player to care about the stability of a newly created democracy in a country, but that would be beyond the scope of the game, which is not open-ended.
Another issue is with Iran, which is already an Islamist republic, so the player would be only allowed to finance the democratic opposition, or might substitude the islamist opposition with a marxist one, but I'm not sure how many marxists there are in Iran.
One last word: in the game there's the democratic opposition, which only means pro-western opposition, because if we look at Algeria or Palestine we see islamist movements reaching power through democracy.

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