Prime Minister Infinity – U.K. v. Amundsen – 1.9.3 for Windows and Mac has been released!
If you are a Prime Minister Infinity – U.K. owner, you are eligible for this release.
You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below.
- This is the last pre-official release version.
- Continuing to increase the Main Screen will be done with another update.
- A new update for local candidates will be done with another update.
- Ads probably will be modified.
- Election night will continue to be modified.
All feedback welcome!
Important: when you receive the e-mail, you will want to download the file from the “win pmi united kingdom” or “mac pmi united kingdom” link.
If for some reason there is no “win pmi united kingdom” or “mac pmi united kingdom” link in your e-mail and you are a Prime Minister Infinity- U.K. pre-orderer, please notify us and we will fix that for you.
Changes in this version:
- Turn processing no longer gets significantly longer after a few turns
- Election Night > %s being truncated bug on certain systems should now be fixed
- Select Campaign Screen > date and time bug on certain systems should no longer occur
Changes from v. 1.9.2:
- Constituency Screen > fixed bug where didn’t show local candidate strengths
- Constituency Screen > fixed bug where sometimes didn’t show %s graph
- Election Night > added constituency poll result times
- Election Night > each constituency announces its results all at once
- Election Night > fast-forward now much quicker
- Election Night > can now export results to a spreadsheet file
- Election Night > now displays number of undecided seats at any given time
- Election Night > if clicked exit button before election night finished, fixed bug where exited screen whether clicked yes or no to confirm exit
- Election Night > updated graphics
- Issues > Immigration > Profile > Medium -> High
- Issues > NHS > Profile > Medium -> High
- Issues > Economic Management > Profile > Medium -> High
- Issues > Northern Ireland > Profile in Northern Ireland > Medium -> High
- Issues > Devolution > Profile in Scotland > Medium -> High