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Neocolonialism World Manipulation Strategy

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Neocolonialism - Buy votes. Extract wealth. Exploit the working class. Negotiate. Backstab. Manipulate parliaments. Manipulate the International Monetary Fund. Manipulate the world. The map is upside-down. 

The game was successful on Kickstarter getting just over its goal and it will come out officially on the 4th of November. You can grab it from them directly using the Humble Store widget for $10.

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They also need help on Steam's greenlight so you can vote for free there.

Looks like a nice one for strategy fans, if you snatch a code above let us know what you think and spread the word about this one. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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4 comments

Liam Dawe 25 Oct, 2013
Free keys removed at developers request.
SteamPenguin 25 Oct, 2013
yeah I tried the keys and they said invalid anyway, I just really wanted to try this game oh well :(
Liam Dawe 25 Oct, 2013
The developer failed to mentioned he wanted them to be private keys.
KIAaze 27 Oct, 2013
Reminds me of Uplink. :)
Also, the map looks like a Gall-Peters projection, which seems like it would make sense in this kind of game.
Oh well, some equal area projection at least.
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