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

This version features summaries of seat gains on election night, the ability to set % shifts in the Editor, add % shifts by date, and fixes several Mac bugs.

You can download it here (Windows) or here (Mac).

(Version number on Start Screen will say 2.6.1. You will know you have the latest version if the main Editor screen has a ‘More …’ tab.)

Note: Requires you already have the game installed.

Feedback welcome!

New since previous official release

  • Updated election night, including
    • constituency lists by time of results, closest %s, highest %s, targeted, and alphabetical
    • gain or hold
    • search box for constituencies
    • message at top of screen when constituency’s results come in
    • replaced fast-forward button with trackbar for more options for speed
    • and more
  • Select Leader Screen > added ‘Skip’ button, to skip selecting leaders
  • 2017 > St Ives > correct Labour, Lib-Dem candidate names
  • fixed bug that would occur if a leader’s committed-leaning-undecided %s for a region were all 0
  • Editor > Regions > fixed bug where changing fundamental political unit’s id caused error
  • Election night > now displays change in seats
  • Macs > fixed a few bugs involving text not displaying properly
  • Macs > fixed bug viewing screens launched from Constituency Screen
  • Macs > fixed bug viewing Offers Screen
  • Editor > can edit general election universal % shifts
  • Editor > can create multiple % shifts based on starting date
  • Editor > can edit currency symbol

17 thoughts on “Prime Minister Infinity – U.K. next release sneak-peek, Windows and Mac”

  1. @Nathan,

    On election night, the overall swing is shown when looking at a regional summary on the panel on the right, and is updated as the election results come in.

  2. @NYRep,

    Welcome! That tab probably will have other variables that can currently only be edited directly in the XML, in the future.

  3. @anthony_270admin – Oh! Maybe you should rephrase that, to ‘seat change’. Swing is a term used here for percentage change between parties, like this: That would be a nice feature to have too btw!

  4. @Nathan,

    Thanks for this – description changed. % swing would be fun too, perhaps as an option for campaign designers.

  5. This may not be possible with the game engine, so I apologise in advance, but it’d be good to be able to import previous campaign results, which can then be edited with the % shift.

  6. The new swing stat is really nice, it really adds to the depth of the election night

    One small suggestion, in the UK, results are often discussed in terms of individual majorities. At the moment on the game you can view by highest percent but an interesting addition would be a option to sort by highest numerical majority over the second place candidate. i.e. Islington North LAB Majority of 15,321

    Keep up the great work it is really an excellent quality sim series


  7. Also, for some reason if characters are in a non-roman alphabet like the hebrew,arabic etc. alphabets the game doesn’t recongnize it.

  8. @NYRep,

    I am aware of this – thanks. It has to do with how characters are represented in the relevant technologies.

  9. Would it be possible to have a “set all” button for the dates for the endorsers in the editor? Not a major problem but it is a bit of a faff to have to go through each endorser if you want to have a new scenario set in a different year.

  10. Hey, just a suggestion in regards to endorsements. I think it would be wise to introduce a “never endorses” feature for certain parties for certain endorsers – ie. the Guardian just simply would never endorse a Conservative Government. This would help massively in regions such as Northern Ireland as well as adding that tiny bit of realism that can otherwise be irritating when you see The Rebel in Canada endorse the NDP and the Guardian endorse the Tories in the UK.

    Just an idea anyway, another opinion imo would be just to restrict/prohibit certain parties from gaining support from certain endorsers, ect.

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