Got some suggestions for changes. And then some things which I might be wrong, or unbalanced.
- It would be useful to be able to see the effects of a policy before implementing it, like you can with changes
- Would be a nice feature to be able to call a snap election (in the UK and other places where this is possible) if your political capital is high enough
- If a group goes on strike (like Doctors) they could issue a policy demand, (like cabinet members and donors now can).
- Would be really useful to have a ‘back’ button, so when you have clicked through several policy screens, you can track your way back to where you started. Instead of having to close the current one down and start again.
- Alternatively, when in a policy screen, show the current state of the things this policy impacts (either as an icon, or as a hover tooltip).
- The list of possible policies to implement is quite long in some sections, would be nice to be able to ‘favourite’ a policy, so it appears at the top of the list, or was coloured differently.
Some things I think might be wrong or unbalanced.
- After just 2 elections, the group ‘Ethnic Minorities’ had a 91% membership. I did have very pro immigration policies, but for the membership to grow that fast seems unlikely.
- I got to a place where I was 100% capitalist on the political compass. But the Capitalist group where still ‘slightly unhappy’.
- I implemented the Carbon Tax policy but it was generating no income. Again I was only 2 elections in, and activities like air travel and use of non-electric cars where still quite common.
- Finally. I think the post election cabinet reshuffle screen might need a review. Both times I used it, I kept on the ministers I meant to fire. I think because how this screen currently works is a ‘reverse’ of how it normally works. As in here you currently need to select a minister to ‘keep’ them, but normally you select them to fire them.