Mac demo of Kudos 2, a game of agonizing choices.
Kudos is the original inspiration for the game SimSocial by EA (also known as the myspace sims game). Kudos is a turn-based game that puts you in control of a single character and manages their life from age 20 to 30. You get to pick their friends, their job, and how they spend their free time, but there is a catch! You can only choose to do one thing each day, or two at the weekends. This makes Kudos 2 a game of agonizing choices. Do you turn down an invitation from a friend because you are too tired from work? Do you put more time into your friends or your career? When do you find time to look for a better job, or to spend time with your pet?
Unlike any strategy or casual game you have played before, the game has a totally original style, and uses artwork by legendary comic artist Jamie McKelvie. Every game of Kudos is unique. Did you become a high-flying corporate lawyer who cruises to the office each morning in a luxury car, but has no social life, or do you become a popular, trendy and much loved guitar-player, who works as a waitress to pay the bills? Will you have the money to splash out on a burglar alarm, or rely on your martial arts (or your faithful pet dog) to protect you from crime?
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...also we should probably have a globalization situation and a diverted profits tax in Democracy 3 :D
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...people often assume the right are relaxed about corporate tax dodging, but it annoys small business owners more than anyone else.
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About time: T.co Also interesting that it was under a right wing government that this tax was finally imposed.
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CRAZY discount for Democracy 3 in the humble sale right now... T.co
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Still having fun building free-form ships in the latest GSB2 patch :D T.co
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Just finished a big long playtest of big pharma. Got as far as pills & creams, working on sachets... working on appetite suppressants...
May 22 2015, 9:10am
@BCHezza Nope, AFAIK that one can *only* do that, so you have no actual direct control of it
May 22 2015, 7:01am