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|“||Lawgivers is a turn-based political simulator. Take control of a party and run for elections. Tell voters what they want to hear and choose whether to accomplish your promises or not. Once inside parliament approve important laws and shape your country’s destiny.||„|
|~ Steam store page|
- Choose a party, promise actions to citizens and run for elections
- Approve or abolish laws with parliamentary votes
- Take care of lawmaker's experience, popularity and loyalty
- Bribe concurrent politicians in order to win majority
- Build up relations with other parties and appoint the president
- 17 playable nations such as the US, UK, Russia, Germany, or South Korea
- Over 120 ordinary and constitutional laws
- 38 science advances bringing new missions and events
- No in-game shop or virtual currency, just free updates