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Description

A week in the life of the British Prime Minister. But not just any Prime Minister, this game puts you in the shoes of Prime Minister James (Jim) Hacker from the classic BBC television comedy "Yes, Prime Minister".

Much like most political simulations, you must balance your popularity with the needs of your party, the meddling of foreign governments, and the small minded incompetence of the civil servants that surround you. All of this is played out with multiple choice dialogues between Hacker and the other cast members of the series (complete with lo-res digital pictures). The dry humor of the show abounds as you must deal with crises such as the French refusing to continue work on the channel tunnel until Waterloo station is renamed. Fans of the show will recognize much of the material and non-fans should still find enough laughs to keep them interested.

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Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game DOS A part of your office. You can scroll around to see more.
Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game DOS Memos abound.
Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game DOS Wisdom at your fingertips
Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game DOS Some other part of your office.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Yes, Prime Minister" -- Alternate UK title
  • "Yes Prime Minister" -- In-game title

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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Dec, 1987 595 out of 1000 60

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Packaging

The game was released in a large red cassette case and was made to look like the red ministerial cases used by the Prime Minister and members of the cabinet when they take government papers home to work on.

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ClydeFrog (10042) added Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game (DOS) on Jan 14, 2002
Other platforms contributed by Hello X) (10959), Kabushi (165413) and Martin Smith (62888)