Prime Minister Infinity – Canada next release v. 3.1.1c for Windows and Mac

Prime Minister Infinity – Canada v. 3.1.1c for Windows and Mac has been released!

This updates local candidate names and on ballot in Canada – 2019, and makes minor modifications to the Canada – 2006, Canada – 2004, and PEI – 2019 campaigns.

Note: it will say 3.1.1 as the version once installed.

Note: info on Infinity games and macOS Catalina here.

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

More info here.

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.

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 official release (v. 3.1.1)

  • Canada 2019 > updated local candidate names, on ballot
  • Canada 2006 > Endorsers > CUPE > dates updated
  • Canada 2004 > Endorsers > Retail Council of Canada > dates updated
  • PEI 2019 > updated %s in O’Leary-Inverness, Coalitions > ‘Canada’ -> ‘P.E.I.’

8 thoughts on “Prime Minister Infinity – Canada next release v. 3.1.1c for Windows and Mac”

  1. Really pleased with how the updates are coming along for the series. Just a suggestion for future features, maybe parties could have specific issues they value (i.e greens and the environment, labour and healthcare issues, regional parties and autonomy). This could influence post election talks, with a commitment to change policy to an issue important to a party giving a relations boost. I.E in the UK a party willing to support more autonomy/ referenda for Scotland would mean more chance of the SNP supporting you.

  2. Are there any plans to add events to the 2019 scenario? Like the blackface scandal, and Scheer being found out he’s a US citizen, perhaps even a few events talking about the Bloc’s rise in Quebec as well as the NDP doing well in the polls after the debates, even the Greens could get a event on the Abortion debate, etc.
    Also one tiny thing in the 2011 scenario, there’s a typo in the description where it says “het majesty” instead of “her”

  3. @TLK,

    Can you tell me where in 2011 that text is?

    There could be scripted events added, but I don’t think these would be the right ones.

    Blackface scandal seems more like a scandal that can be researched, not a scripted event. Since it originally broke from a news outlet and not a political campaign, it might be better considered a scripted event, but it’s not clear to what extent there were partisan operatives behind it. With Scheer being a US citizen, that would also be reflected in the game as a scandal researched, I think. Bloc’s rise and NDP are results of campaign, so not scripted events.

  4. @Daons,

    The idea of having not just platform positions but also emphasis is a good one. To an extent that’s reflected in a party’s theme.

  5. It is in the blurb or description of the campaign.
    ” A no confidence motion, backed by Ignatieff’s Liberals, Layton’s NDP, and Duceppe’s Bloc, has led to the fall of Prime Minister Harper’s Conservative government. Can the Liberals return to power after 5 years, or will Ignatieff’s calculations backfire, leading Harper to power and – this time – a majority? Will the NDP perhaps become Hew Majesty’s Official Opposition? Can May’s Greens take their first seat in parliament? Note: the historical election result was that the Conservatives won 166 seats and 39.6%, forming a Majority Government. The NDP won 103 seats and 30.6%. The Liberals won 34 seats and 18.9%. The BQ won 4 seats and 6%. Greens won 1 seat and 3.9%.”

  6. The polls for SE Quebec close at the same time as NL on election night – this also happens sometimes in edited campaigns for some reason even when you don’t fiddle with the closing times.

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