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A promotional device for the novel Jennifer Government, this game allows a player to enjoy a very lightweight governance simulator and arbitrate government positions on various issues that come up; compounding these policy decisions with an initial survey of the governor's political beliefs results in an ever-shifting status (slightly adjusted with every new decision that comes through the pipe). Players compete with each other, both regionally and globally, to see whose country ranks more extremely on various political metrics.

That about wraps it up where the gameplay and simulation is concerned (the game is mum on the subjects of trade, war, monetary policy, ministers and elections) but players go on to role-play at shoe-bangingly great length in user forums and band together to pass resolutions in Model UN fashion.

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  • Jolt Online Gaming
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Average score: 2.5 out of 5 (based on 5 ratings with 1 reviews)

Funny little political game

The Good
This is a little browser gem that not so much people seem to know. You are in charge of a country, and you are given questions on how to react to certain issues. Before creating your country, you must also response to certain questions that will create a profile based on your political views. This will change as you progress through the game and take different actions. It is a very interesting way of knowing how a country would react if you were in charge of taking some important decisions.

The Bad
A little annoyance of this game are its graphics, or the lack of them. Also, sometimes you get repeated questions. And I would like to see questions displayed more often.

The Bottom Line
It may have some annoying issues here and there, but overall is a funny game. I recommend to create a parallel user, to make it act as opposite of how would you react. You may have some surprises.

Browser · by Emepol (212) · 2011


January 21st, 2008, the game received a cease-and-desist letter from the real-life United Nations requesting termination of the in-game use of their name and logo. In eventual compliance, as a double-"gotcha", the in-game body of global governance was renamed the World Assembly April 1st... and much to everyone's surprise, remained that way!

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  • Play NationStates
    official website with free, legal play of the game through your web browser.

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  • MobyGames ID: 36434


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Game added September 29th, 2008. Last modified February 22nd, 2023.