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Who keeps Atlantis off the maps, who keeps the Metric system down? You do, in Secret Government

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Secret Government

Does it suck that the world is probably run by clandestine organisation of the richest men to ever live, whose rampant greed is probably the root cause for the planet currently being on fire as they count the profits made from human misery? Yes, yes it does suck lemons indeed. On the other hand, would I throw all of you under a bus for a chance to join that cabal and live the good life?

Tell you what, stand in oncoming traffic for around rush hour and you’ll soon have an answer. The problem is, is that I’ll be allowed into that stupid Freemason’s club because I abhor silly costumes and my whiteness prohibits me from doing the funky handshake required of all members. On the plus side, I can run my own shadow club in Secret Government, an upcoming strategy game that gives you the keys to the world as you steer mankind’s destiny towards making you filthy rich.

Or philosophical concept advancement but mostly the being rich enough to legally be allowed to release the hounds on peasants:

Secret Government tasks you with leading a secret society as you spread your influence across the globe, rewriting key historical events – from the War of Independence to the French and Napoleonic Wars. Manage your resources as you manipulate the actions of the world’s leaders. From strategically planting your agents in vulnerable regions, to infiltrating powerful institutions of authority, anyone can be your pawn as you exploit their resources and seize control over key decision-makers.

Secret Government will arrive on Early Access in October, and will allow you to do Illuminati stuff like create your own political parties, destabilise world governments and go to war with those snooty other secret societies as you place your pawns into positions of power. Basically, you’re being given free reign to be a selfish bastard, provided that you’re clever enough to cover your tracks as you pull strings on the world stage puppets who do your bidding.

For some reason, my inner bastard finds that appealing.

Last Updated: July 31, 2019

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