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Oval Office is a cut-down version of Democracy 2, featuring (as one might expect), just the American political process.

A simulation of the presidency, Oval Office begins as you, the president, take office. Appoint your cabinet, set policy, and manage the country. Changing policy uses up political capital, which regenerates over time, depending on your current cabinet. All decisions will please some voters, while angering others. Each voter belongs to multiple categories, (eg, poor, and environmentalist, and smoker) and bases their vote on a combination of all categories. Each turn covers 3 months. At the appointed time, there will be another election. As this is an election, it would be in your best interests to have more than 50% of the voters pleased with you.


Oval Office: Commander in Chief Windows Election Day - Democracies dictate public responsibility of leaders via public elections.
Oval Office: Commander in Chief Windows New game - Changes here are pretty liberal, to the point where it completely ignores U.S. Constitutional Law or any other country for that matter.
Oval Office: Commander in Chief Windows New Policies - Introducing new policies is the main feature of gameplay. Each new policy (and later changing it) costs political capital. Effects of the policy will be revealed after it is implemented
Oval Office: Commander in Chief Windows Members of the a political group may also be viewed individually via focus groups. It provides limited insight on why individuals are supporting or not supporting the government.

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Save game folder

The automatically created save game folder is labeled democracy2 (:\My Documents\democracy2) referring to Democracy 2 by the same development team. This is most likely due to the fact that Oval Office is a cut-down version of Democracy 2.
qwertyuiop (32517) added Oval Office: Commander in Chief (Windows) on Aug 20, 2010