First there was Democracy, and now there%26rsquo;s two of it. That%26rsquo;s right: the game of trying to stay in power thanks to the whim of the masses is back and much improved.
The core remains the same: your political world is divided into a network of issues and policies that interact as you change your emphasis on them. How much money you spend on law and order will have knock-on effects, such as demands for increases in taxing, or making your citizens feel a little less free. Adjusting and balancing policies is what makes Democracy 2 tick, and it%26rsquo;s astoundingly compulsive. Can you really hang on to power by taking a hard line against hippies? Maybe, if your voters are mainly conservatives.