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Dominomics

Dominomics is a massively-multiplayer online social strategy browser game being developed by Andrew Penry. What does that mean, exactly? 

Massively-Multiplayer Online
Thousands of people can play live at the same time. This world is what the players make of it, and the heroes and villains are other players, not some scripted NPC.
Social Strategy
This game is about using your wits and social talents to influence other players. There is success to be had at all levels of interaction, but there is fame to be earned by becoming a great leader or master manipulator.
Browser Game
The game is designed to be run in any modern browser without special equipment. As long as you have an internet connection, you can play Dominomics from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone.

Dominomics will include:

Companies and Corporations
Start a small manufacturing business, or be a shareholder in a huge multi-national corporation. Use your money and business acumen to manipulate economics and world events.
Military and Mercenaries
Fight battles as a member of your country's military for glory and honor. Or join a mercenary group for financial gain. The choice is up to you.
Politics and Media
Influence the world through policy and planning. Become a Senator, President, Dictator, or King. Influence opinion by becoming an influential author.

Latest Articles

Player Attributes: Energy and Health

Posted on May 28, 2014 | Last Updated May 19, 2016

Energy and Health are two important Player Attributes. Learn what they do, and how to manage them.

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A First Look at Products

Posted on May 13, 2014 | Last Updated May 13, 2014

A first look at products, additives, and governmental regulation. Includes new information about basic gameplay.

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Modeling Consumption Tax

Posted on Apr 24, 2014 | Last Updated May 13, 2014

Let's take a look at a couple methods for handling consumption tax.

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A History of Dominomics

Posted on Jun 16, 2012 | Last Updated Apr 16, 2013

Dominomics has come a long way from the board game prototype quickly put together by a college sophomore.

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