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If you look around the Simcountry site, you will find four worlds and their characteristics. Currently all of these worlds are active and are running for some time.
On the world home page, you can see the world map. When you zoom into it there are more details of the continents, regions, and if you push even further, the details of each country.
All the countries in the world have their own detailed maps. They show the capital city, along with the large cities in each country and even the small towns. It shows highways and other roads, railroads, corporations, military bases etc. You can click on each of these objects and see what it is.
The names of all the objects and the number of people in each city are detailed. You can zoom into the corporation details and view their financial and production data. All objects are under your control and you may also change their names to your own choice.
When playing the game you always see your own country but you may also look at others, view their maps, their data and military power. Some details can be declared secret by the president and will not be visible.
|2.||The world Features|
|6.||The President or leader of the country|
|7.||Cities and Towns in Simcountry|
|8.||Map of the country|
|9.||Country map view is optional|
|10.||The map menu - customizing maps|
|11.||Country maps during war|
|12.||Miles and kilometers|
|13.||Name and Flag|
|14.||Repainting country maps|
|15.||Empires - Groups of Conquered Countries|
|17.||Empire Leader Country Privileges|
|19.||Funds and population transfers within an empire|
|20.||Messages redirected to the empire leader|
|22.||Transfer of people between conquered countries|
|23.||Transfer of weapons between conquered countries|
|24.||Transfer of funds between conquered countries|
|25.||Failure of Countries and Bankruptcies|
|26.||Un-registering conquered countries|
|27.||Disasters and disaster relieve|
|29.||Education as a cause of civil unrest|
|30.||Health as a cause of civil unrest|
|31.||Social security as a cause of civil unrest|
|32.||Transportation as a cause of civil unrest|
|33.||Reinitializing Abandoned or Terminated Countries|
|34.||Countries without a president|
|35.||The Security Council in Simcountry|
|37.||Security Council rules|
|38.||Security Council Decisions|
|39.||Security Council and the use of Nukes|