Geo-Political Simulator

Geo-Political Simulator

Geo-Political Simulator is an economic and geopolitical simulator game for PC
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Geo-Political Simulator, aka G.P.S., is an economic and geopolitical simulator game for PC.
Far from being just a name, G.P.S is an ambitious and unique project in its own right, offering an extremely thorough and realistic simulation of the planet, at all levels: politics, the economy, environment, the military, science, culture, religion...
G.P.S is also a constantly evolving product controlled by a team of dedicated developers and specialists. Its purpose is to always offer top notch simulation, notably including regularly updated data, and also to develop new scenarios taking into account the planet’s geopolitical evolution and upheavals.
GPS is running on PC.
System minimum configuration:
- Windows XP, VISTA or 7
- 2 Ghz Processor
- 1 Gb RAM
- Graphics card DirectX 9 compatible: 128 Mb RAM
- Sound card DirectX 9 compatible
- Recommended update of graphics cards and sound drivers
In G.P.S., the player plays the role of the head of State or government (president, monarch, prime minister …) of a country he has selected at the beginning of the game, and may intervene in all the following fields: the economy, social issues, the military, the Home Office and the Foreign Office, ecology, culture, etc.
Every country in the world is featured along with its characteristics and own specificities.
Three game modes are offered to the player:
- “Free mode”: the player's objective is to remain in power as long as possible and to further his influence throughout the world.
- "Scenario" and "missions" modes: these offer different game contexts featuring various issues: new elections, environmental issues, army invasions...
- "Wargame" mode: several players (up to 16) confront one another online in the course of military campaigns taking place in real time. This mode is also available in solo gaming.
Interface :
Inspired by information TV programs with multiple windows, scrolling ticker tapes, ID cards for countries and personalities, etc.
All items are in 3D, notably the world map with topography, cities, regions, borders, territorial waters, etc. The world map can be displayed as flat or in globe form, full-screen or zoomed to a high level of detail. There are many display modes, based on theme or strategic and economic alliances.
Finally, the game features a printed weekly published every Monday, enabling the player to be informed of the major events occurring all over the planet.

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