- Processor: Intel Pentium III / AMD Athlon MP
- Graphics: AMD Radeon Xpress 1200 Series or NVIDIA GeForce 6200 LE
- RAM: 0MB
- HDD: 1 GB
- DirectX 9 Compatible Graphics Card
The player can build land divisions, aircraft wings, and naval ships/fleets, and combine these into corps and armies. The player also has the ability to control the appointment of commanders of forces under their nation's flag or that of controlled nations as well as to control the appointment of individual government ministers and military commanders in key General Staff positions. The player also has a broader ability to control the heads of state and government; however, this option is only available to democracies and only then through elections, in which the player chooses the winner. The player can stage coups, declare war, annex territories and make alliances. The player can also alter the social and economic policies of their nation using sliders, such as democratic versus authoritarian, free market versus central planning and so on. Moving the sliders will result in different bonuses and penalties, allowing for a range of choices and strategies. Technological research is controlled by the player. All this is on a global scale, with the player simultaneously dealing and interacting with nations across the world. The game can be paused at any point.
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Arsenal of Democracy PC Release Date:
23 Feb 2010