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Discussion in 'Civ3 - Demo Game III: Citizens' started by PBG, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. PBG

    PBG Chieftain

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    I'm sorry to be a foolish newbie, but I'm having a bit of trouble understandin the concept of this game. Now, as I see it, you have one person play the game while everyone else advises him, and such. This seems a fun concept, however I am confused as to how it actually works and the Constitution is hard to understand.

    Again, I like the concept and I can see it works, but how exactly? I mean, if I'm a citizen in a city, what do I do? Complain that It's just too crowded? How does the leglaslative (sp) system talked about in the constitution work? It wont affect the game.

    Please help. Thanks in Advance
     
  2. Octavian X

    Octavian X is not a pipe.

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    Welcome to the demogame!

    The constitution basically states that we are a democracy. Every month, we elect a new set of leaders to help run our nation. These leaders create discussion, post polls, and basically try to gather citizen input on how we should run the country. Once we know what the citizens want, the leaders send these instutions to the President, who actually plays the save game according to the will of a citizen.

    As a citizen, you have the right to voice your opinion on how you think we should play the game. Yes, occasionally, legislative issues come up (during normal gameplay. At the moment, we are between games, and deciding how to set up the fourth demogame).

    That's the gist of it. I'll leave it to someone else to further clarify/add details. :)

    Have fun!
     

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