Congress Infinity next release sneak-peek, Windows only

Here is a sneak-peek of the next release, that adds simulation mode, updates House 2016, fixes bugs, and more. You can download it here.

Note: Windows only at this point. Requires you already have the game installed.

Feedback welcome!

2.4.7 (not released yet)

  • Editor > make new party > now copies source party’s ballot access for all constituencies to new party
  • House 2016 > California-4 > McClintock > 40% -> 60%
  • House 2016 > Reps > Super PAC > American Crossroads -> Congressional Leadership Fund
  • Senate 2016 > Reps > Super PAC > American Crossroads -> Senate Leadership Fund

15 thoughts on “Congress Infinity next release sneak-peek, Windows only

  1. @Jack,

    I don’t believe there is such a button. If creating a new party, on-off ballot is set to the values of the party used to create the new party.

  2. Hi everyone,

    Particularly interested in feedback on the House 2016 campaign – did I get anything wrong in the districts you’re familiar with? Any candidates running who seem especially strong or weak? Any %s that aren’t supported by polling?

  3. I thought I had read in the comments of the announcements about all of the updates that there would be one. I must have been mistaken.

  4. @anthony,
    When u create a new party it’s actually quite annoying because it only sets to the on-off ballot settings of the party used to create it in the first district. For example if I use the Republican Party as a base for a new party it only turns on ballot in California for CA-1 and I have to manually turn them on in all the other California districts.

  5. @Chris,

    Thanks for this! I have verified there is a bug in the code for this. Should be fixed for official release.

  6. @Arjav,

    Thanks for this. Fixed in latest internal.

    House 2016 > California-4 > McClintock > 40% -> 60%

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