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Author Topic: Seeking advice on Geopolitical RPG  (Read 89 times)


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Seeking advice on Geopolitical RPG
« on: August 20, 2020, 04:09:25 PM »
Continuing to work on my Geopolitical RPG and I am having an internal debate about the best way to let players implement new policies, laws, and taxes. I currently have a Google spreadsheet set up that I could email to users upon creating their nation but am wondering if this is the best way to do things. I am not a computer programmer so the only other way i can think of doing it is surveys with the different options. Seeking some opinions or ideas that are preferably free or not too expensive.

Thanks in advance.