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Steam now offers the release of Government Simulator for Windows, a chance to go behind the political scene and see how the sausage is made. The Government Simulator website has details on the game and this trailer showing off gameplay that seems to borrow from Excel, everyone's favorite video game, featuring graphs, pie charts, and other action packed elements. Word is: "In this economic and political simulation game, you can take control of a whole country, like the USA, Germany, France, Russia, Switerland [sic], or Austria. Change laws, taxes and budgets based on real world statistics and data, and see what happens." Here's more on the game, and its use of real-world data:
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