Prime Minister Infinity – Canada next release sneak-peek v. 3.0.7b for Windows

Prime Minister Infinity – Canada v. 3.0.7b sneak-peek for Windows has been released!

This sneak-peek adds Canada – 2019.

Note: this version changes spacebarring to close various screens to ‘n’.

If you are a Prime Minister Infinity owner on subscription (or if you purchased Prime Minister Infinity within the last year), you are eligible for this upgrade.

This is a comprehensive update.

You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below. From the e-mail, click the link to the web page. On the web-page, there will be a ‘Sneak-peek’ link.

To update: http://270soft.com/updates-redownloads/

Version information: https://270soft.com/updates-redownloads/prime-minister-infinity-canada-version-information/

What’s new in this upgrade from the previous release (v. 3.0.7)

  • added Canada – 2019

14 thoughts on “Prime Minister Infinity – Canada next release sneak-peek v. 3.0.7b for Windows”

  1. Note that the %s will be updated and the issues aren’t complete yet (some positions will have place-holder text).

    I am putting this out to get feedback earlier rather than later.

    Feedback welcome!

  2. Quick clarification? I am a Mac user…. WHEN will I be able to use the new version? Was hoping during the actual election 2019?

    Disappointed….. I bought this 2015 version specifically because it said I’d get the free 2019 upgrade. Now I’m going to have to wait?

  3. Looks good. Besides the issues still needing to be finished, the map looks about right. The leaders look good too. The party logos are good too, especially the Bloc. It’s different from the other scenarios so I really like it compared to those. If I run into anything I’ll be sure to let you know.

  4. I’ve played through it a couple of times so far and I’ve really enjoyed it. Just a note, Gregor Robertson is no longer the mayor of Vancouver. Kennedy Stewart is the current mayor and is all but guaranteed to endorse the NDP.

  5. @Jacob, thanks for this feedback! Robertson updated to Stewart and starting scores Liberal -> 25 and NDP -> 75.

  6. Just wanted to add a couple more notes/suggestions from playing through the game a bit more. Feel free to do with them what you will.

    *The blurb for the independents could be updated to talk about Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, the two high profile independents who split off from the Liberals due to the SNC scandal. Maybe they could be surrogates for the independents?

    *Trudeau’s corruption rating seems low in the wake of the SNC scandal and Scheer’s experience could be increased from his time as Speaker.

    *The People’s Party’s campaign attributes seem too high for a fledgling party that has never contested a federal election before while the Greens’ seem on the lower side.

    *The CUPE endorsement starting score could be higher for the NDP as CUPE calls themselves a “founding partner” of the party and “encourages all members to join and be active in the NDP.”

    Surrogates:
    *Laureen Harper is considered a surrogate for Bernier?
    *Jill Scheer (wife) could be a surrogate for Scheer.
    *John Kidder (husband) could be a surrogate for May.
    *Gurkiran Kaur Sidhu (wife) could be a surrogate for Singh.
    *Catherine Letarte (wife) and Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson (high-profile candidate) could be surrogates for Bernier.

  7. I just finished playing and I have two points:

    1. Scheer, Singh and Blanchet’s home ridings are still Harper, Mulcair and Duceppe’s (from the 2015 election) home ridings respectively.
    2. The party funds are still the same from the 2015 election, but I think the Liberals should have more money and the NDP less (I’m not too sure for the Conservatives).

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