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03-08-2016 06:29 PM
peyre
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Originally Posted by Ramidel View Post
The explanation of RESULTS.DAT and the mod info are behind a registration wall. Can either be moved to a more accessible location?
If you mean my Crisis site, there was a time when it wasn't available due to problems on the back-end servers. It should be back up now.
18-07-2016 01:29 PM
Ramidel The explanation of RESULTS.DAT and the mod info are behind a registration wall. Can either be moved to a more accessible location?
29-01-2016 03:52 AM
peyre
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Originally Posted by Karachut View Post
Hi. Does anyone have an idea how the economics of this game work?
There is some Russian guy who has a lets play on youtube, he constantly changes the budget, sometimes adding excessive amounts of money to raw materials, then to R&D and scientist/technician poltical influence, and it seems this strategy pays off.
Is the economy more efficient if it is more market-oriented?
Do political instability, or swift changes in economic politics, contribute to economic outcomes?
In my experience, the game pushes you (sooner or later as you choose, but unavoidably) toward a market economy of some sort. Trying to maintain the old Soviet economy seems to be a strategy for disaster--on the level of mass starvation and your ousting by a popular revolution (the irony!).

I haven't tried yanking money around wildly like that, no--I've always tried to keep things pretty steady. Tech advances are nice, but they don't happen too often and according to the moddable files, they do something like add 5-10% productivity to agriculture, not too impressive.

Swift changes to your policies, including economic ones, tends to lead to a quick ouster from leadership. As I mention in my fan site, you can make big changes in policy, but you have to do it a little bit at a time.
10-08-2015 02:18 PM
Karachut
Economic strategy

Hi. Does anyone have an idea how the economics of this game work?
There is some Russian guy who has a lets play on youtube, he constantly changes the budget, sometimes adding excessive amounts of money to raw materials, then to R&D and scientist/technician poltical influence, and it seems this strategy pays off.
Is the economy more efficient if it is more market-oriented?
Do political instability, or swift changes in economic politics, contribute to economic outcomes?
20-09-2014 10:06 PM
Danyman In retrospective, the game suck, no matter what you do even if you manage to fix the various problem you can't save the USSR.
22-08-2014 01:53 PM
lux99
How to cheat in shadow president

SO i have both shadow president and cyberjudas and i love them but sometimes i wish to hack the budget or Ler with cheat engine and i just cant fint the addres also i cant fin the save file to edit please help me(i am running them on DOSBox)
11-03-2013 08:55 PM
peyre
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Originally Posted by TCD View Post
Yeah, I've downloaded it from there and it hasn't worked still. Do you have any solutions to this issue?
Argh! Sorry for the late reply to this. No, I've never encountered any trouble getting it to run in DOSBox--at least not in Ubuntu.

That's very strange. I wondered if there was a problem with the .zip files on my site (maybe a corrupt file in there?), but they seem just fine. I downloaded both the patched 1.01 and original 1.00 versions and they ran successfully in DOSBox with generic settings.
22-05-2012 04:14 PM
TCD
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Originally Posted by peyre View Post
Yeah, I've downloaded it from there and it hasn't worked still. Do you have any solutions to this issue?
22-05-2012 03:40 PM
TCD
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Originally Posted by peyre View Post
I've done that but it still doesn't work on Dosbox, still the same issue. Do you have a fix for this error?
01-05-2012 03:51 AM
peyre
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Originally Posted by Experiment632 View Post
Played as the Hardliners. Here is a brief summary of my actions.

1: I rejected policies of Glasnost and Perestroika without compromise.
2: I force Yeltsin to resign and a year later I have him killed.
3: I stand by Saddam during Persian Gulf War.
4: I remain committed in Afghanistan.
5: United States & South Korea bomb North Korean nuclear facility. I threaten military force against further aggression in North Korea.
6: Bay of Pigs II. US-backed Cubans set up new Cuban government. I successfully use the Soviet military to defeat the rebellion.
7: I reject several attempts by Japan to reclaim the Kuril Islands.
8: China invades USSR. I halt the invasion with tactical nuclear strikes on two Chinese population centers used as staging areas for the invasion.
9: I am removed by military coup for aggressive nuclear stance against NATO.

My years in power: 11
Wow, that's pretty hard-core. I find it hard to bring myself to make such choices. No surprise then that you've survived longer than I ever have as a hardliner.
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