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Conflict: Middle East Political Simulator
Conflict: Middle East Political Simulator, often known as Conflict: MEPS or simply ConfMEPS is a political computer simulation game . It was designed by David Eastman and pusblished by Virgin Interactive in 1990. It was available for DOS, Atari ST, and Amiga (with extended graphics). The game is set in 1997 and the prime minister of Israel has just been assassinated, leaving the player to run the county. The player's objective is to stay in power while beating the surrounding countries. Israel can build up her armed forces by buying from USA, UK, France or from private arms dealers. The player can fund development (and later deployment) of nuclear weapons. Problems can be fomented in other countries by funding rebel organisations. If you keep well with the US you can ask them for money.
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