Prime Minister Infinity – U.K. next release sneak-peek, Windows only

Note: this version includes an initial 2017, with everything except updated issues.

You can download it here.

(Latest version number is 2.5.6c.)

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

Feedback welcome!

Features list here.

16 thoughts on “Prime Minister Infinity – U.K. next release sneak-peek, Windows only”

  1. Looks good. I’m assuming the final version will be released on june 5th the day before the election as has been done in the past.

  2. The final version of the 2017 campaign will probably be released after the election.

  3. @anthony_270admin when would you expect the final version to be released.Also when will you add preferential voting for the australian camapaigns.

  4. A final version of the 2017 campaign probably will be released soon after the election (my guess would be a couple of weeks after).

    Australian style ranked choice voting won’t be added until Favorability is added. With Favorability, it’s easy to calculate 1, 2, 3, and so on, for a given voter.

  5. The numbers in some constituencies in Northern Ireland are still wrong. Why would the DUP get 0% in Newry and Armagh and why would Sinn Fein get 0% in South Belfast?

  6. @Fox,

    Belfast South %s updated – thanks for this.

    Re Newry and Armagh, the DUP didn’t run a candidate there in 2015. I welcome suggestions for their %s.

  7. @Rophil,

    Thanks for the feedback! France 2017 will be the focus once the U.K. election is done. Maybe June. More realistic July.

  8. For Fermanagh and South Tyrone, the independents are listed at 39% even though they didn’t have a candidate while the UUP, which ended up winning, is at 0%. Additionally, in North Down, the independent is listed as unknown. It should be listed as Lady Hermon.

  9. @Jesse,

    Is this for the 2017 campaign? If so, I cannot replicate this. Perhaps you are looking at 2015?

  10. In Newry and Armagh, since the DUP candidate is William Irwin, I’d fix his starting numbers at about 16%.

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