Political browser-based game and economic simulation

Ars Regendi is a browser-based political game that lets you take the reigns of your own, realistically simulated states. You will be asked to weigh in on various matters of state and - faced with a number of choices - any decision you make will have ramifications for the well-being of your virtual populace! In addition, you will be able to form alliances with other countries, initiate reforms and adjust the budget. Ars Regendi is a highly realistic and complex economic simulation that squares you off against other state leaders and puts your political and financial abilities to the test. But beware - running a country is not as easy as you might think and if you don't measure-up, you could find yourself out-of-office pretty soon!

In this multiplayer online game you may experience politics and economics in an informative, thrilling and entertaining way!

Lead your people to fortune and prosperity

or secure your power with an iron fist!

  • You only need internet access for this browser-based online game
  • Completely free in the basic version, two states at once possible
  • Successfully playable without much effort
  • For registration only a valid email adress is neccessary
Politics

Politics in reality and game


Sadly to say, for most people politics is a minor matter they are little engaged in. Although politics influences everyone's life massively, not only by annual tax payments. No matter whether at the doctor, at university, at traffic, in the Internet or at the media: Everywhere politics inferes. Circumstands are as they are because politics shapes them by allowing, regulating and disallowing. You cannot escape the consequences of politics. But population mostly keeps out of politics, beside elections and the specific areas where they are directly affected.

Continuous commitment is rare. Some people probably don't have enough time, but many lack expertise and imagination how to improve current situation. It's especially striking that welfare recipients show lowest voter participation despite needing a change most. This abstinence is often called disenchantment with politics. What are the reasons to be chagrined by politics or politicians? Often it is said that the elite does what they want either way. That they are completely corrupt and no party is interested in or capable of real change.

This problem is especially pronounced in representative democracy where spokespersons are sent to decide in the interest of their electors - under ideal conditions. But in reality these spokespersons are not obligated to stand for their electors. Indeed they can mostly act and not act like they want. Election pledges are not binding, breaking them is no crime. And in the background many lobbyists try to influence politicians in their favor. So it's understandable that some people give up on politics.

Ars Regendi is a political game which tries to battle disenchantment with politics. It gives players control over politics in their fictional country and shows presumed consequences. The playful access is intended to encourage to also deal with real politics. Many topics from very diverse social, economical and juristic areas are addressed and different possible solutions are offered. The makers of this political game are convinced that Ars Regendi can contribute significantly to combat disenchantment with politics.