Dictator 2: Political Game 12+

Conquer the whole world

Dmitrii Kuzmenko

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 3.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Meet the sequel to one of the best strategic games in the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, Russia, UK and many other countries!

You are the young dictator of a fledgling democratic republic. Anyone would dream of being in your place, because you wield unlimited power.

You must make wise and timely decisions, eliminate scheming enemies, pay tributes to true friends, deftly uncover plots, and expose insidious conspiracies.

When a better tomorrow in your country is no longer a dream, you can go even further! Conquer the rest of the world. Form your own army and defeat your glorious dictatorship's most treacherous foes! Skillfully develop captured territories and lead your people to a great future of despotism!

Dictate the fashion of the day to millions of people – their gaze is riveted upon you alone.

Your task is to remain being dictator as long as possible and seize as much territory as you can! Good luck!

Experience this unique mix of card battles, strategy and the game’s prequel - Dictator: Revolt!

- Determine your approach to each of the 6 factions!
- Form your own army and lead it to victory!
- Make more than 2,000 critical decisions!
- Build oil derricks, banks, prisons and propaganda broadcasting towers!
- Weave plots and unravel conspiracies!
- Prevent revolutions!

What’s New

Version 1.4.8

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
3.5K Ratings

3.5K Ratings

Znachary ,

Keeps crashing 🙄

It’s an incredible game and definitely worth getting. The animation, audio and gameplay are all flawless! I’ve had trouble recently finding games that actually KEPT me interested, and I think I’ve finally found it!
However...
there’s one annoying and repetitive problem: crashes. Since I started campaign game and a scenario together, it’s crashed every time I opened the app after only a few seconds. I’ve tried restarting my phone and even offloading/re-downloading the app. Nothing has worked.
Please fix this! I’m worried that I’ll end up like someone who just finished their favorite show on Netflix and they don’t know what to watch.

MannyTheJankee ,

Not worth your time/CASH Grab

Cool concept with the first game however it’s much harder than the first. I don’t see the appeal of having it be so difficult to raise your nations factions to gold and hold it consistently like the first game. It’s annoying. Not to mention that every time you make a decision after choosing what faction to have appear before you, plays an ad that you can’t skip and then having it play again afterwards. It takes around 10 seconds. There are much better options out there on the App Store and even on other platforms that don’t play as many annoying ads. They actually provide a chance to win, and don’t have you questioning if it was worth playing. This game is another pay to win game like the millions of others out there. Why support this lazy and obvious cash grab that forces players to pay real currency to prolong the inevitable failure of your rule. The intent of the developers is to have your dictatorship toppled or fail in someway in order for them to have you spend your real money in order to not lose your progress and be toppled. Forget this game and the developers, they are just as bad as EA games. Btw this game deserves 1/2 of 5 stars but I can’t rate it lower than 1 🤷🏽

Cantbelieveyouvedonethis ,

Forced advertisements on bug fix patch

Owned and played the game for years. Beat the missions and owned all territories on the main campaign. Loved every minute of it. Sure there were bugs, but once you figure out how to work around them, everything works fine. New update rolls out. “Bug fixes”. Cool. New logo, new terms and conditions. Cool. After playing 2 turns on the main campaign, I get a forced advertisement. Not cool. One of the things I really liked about the old game was that the ads were never forced. You watch them when you want to get specific bonuses. Now that I’m going to have yet another game decide to treat its users like cash cows instead of actual people (forced ads versus using optional rewards), I’m going to be uninstalling, and encourage others to do the same until something changes. If the devs want to ad adverts to the game, at the very least, don’t put it in a “bug fixes” patch. I would have been at least a little forgiving if that were the case. Guess not, since greed won again.

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