Convene the Council 4+

The Foreign Policy Game

iCivics, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 20 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Step inside the Situation Room, where international events are discussed and decisions are made. In Convene the Council, you take on the role of president of the United States and respond to world events while surrounded by your National Security Council.

For English Language Learners: This game offers a support tool, Spanish translation, voiceover and glossary

Teachers: Visit the iCivics TEACH page to check out classroom resources for Convene the Council

Learning Objectives:
- Explain the basics of foreign policy-making in the United States.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of various foreign policy options in a variety of situations.
- Distinguish among foreign policy tools such as aid, sanctions, and military force.
- Evaluate the potential effect of economic, military, and cultural influence on other countries.

Game Features:
- Respond to world events as the President of the United States
- Address international crises through strategic action
- Engage with members of your National Security Council
- Weigh various policy options
- Delegate action to appropriate government agencies and departments
- Work to improve core metrics of U.S. prosperity, values, security, and world health

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

Compatibility updates and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

NA.VULTURE ,

It’s not real enough

It’s a good for real but we can’t pick who we want to help us in the house and I want to run against others also yea the game might be still on its come up but If you was to add those things it will fit real good with this game

AbsoluteXbox ,

Longer Games

I’d like to see longer “turns” as well as who to pick for your cabinet. An amazing addition would be merging this with “Win the White House” and having to make decisions based on how you ran as President.

Lili Fashionable Gamer ❤️ ,

i like it but

it would be wonderful if they used the real country names, if these are actually happening it would be nice to know where or else i dont know whee it is all happening! its quite pointless in that sense the way the devs made it

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