Power Mad (Windows)

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Power Mad is a single player strategy game

In this game the player plays against four of the ten amusingly named computer opponents. Each player has four cities which start out with a few troops, and civilians. During their turn the player may add 'peace' initiative points to one of their cities, this is a defence against nuclear attack; stockpile a nuclear warhead to one of their cities; launch a propaganda campaign from a city, if successful this lures civilians away from an opponents city; or they may attack using the troops based in their city.
The peace / stockpile actions cost five troop units, and attacking with troops or propaganda may be unsuccessful and could result in loss of troop or civilian units.
New troops spawn automatically at the start of a player's turn but the only way to attract more civilians is to launch successful propaganda campaigns.

The game ends when either the player has lost all four of their cities or when all of the computer opponents have been eliminated.


Power Mad Windows In the early stages the only actions that a player can undertake are propaganda and attacking with troops
Power Mad Windows The USA has launched a successful attack
Power Mad Windows Saddam Insane has lost two cities and those that remain look weak.
Time to move in for the kill
Power Mad Windows As a player loses points their cities become less prosperous and their icons change

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Alternate Titles

  • "Безумие власти" -- Russian release
  • "Power Mad: The Game of Conquest for Insane Dictators!" -- Tag-lined title

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piltdown_man (151727) added Power Mad (Windows) on Mar 19, 2015