Congress Infinity – Version Ericson – 2.4.7

Congress Infinity v. Ericson – 2.4.7 for Windows and Mac has been released!

If you are a Congress Infinity owner, you are eligible for this upgrade.

What’s new in this upgrade

  • adds simulation mode
  • updates House 2016, including candidates, %s
  • fixes bugs
  • Editor > Regions > now two drop-down boxes, one for states, another for districts
  • Editor > make new party > now copies source party’s ballot access for all constituencies to new party

This is a comprehensive update.

You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below.

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14 thoughts on “Congress Infinity – Version Ericson – 2.4.7”

  1. @anthony,
    thanks for this: Editor > make new party > now copies source party’s ballot access for all constituencies to new part
    this will make making custom scenarios a lot easier. I was wondering are there any plans to allowing PR in the general campaigns for President or Congress?

  2. @Chris,

    On one level, adding PR for a general election is easy. It’s tricky because of changes in the AI and game mechanics. That’s why it hasn’t been added yet.

  3. @anthony

    I was wondering if there is anyway to have a breakdown of the results of targeted seats on the election night screen for House elections or, at the very least, have some way of marking which seats have been targeted when clicking on states on election night. I had a difficult time remembering every seat I targeted in a recent game so I wasn’t able to see check the results of all of them.

  4. @anthony

    Something seems to be wrong with setting the Poll Closing times in the editor. It default is 5:50 PM and when I change and go to the next region it changes back.

  5. Getting a Access violation at address 004D886C when editing a regions unique ID in a custom campaign. It registers the change when loading the page again but still registers the error initially.

  6. I’m trying to create a 2018 senate campaign and failing.

    I’ve done it before…just change the dates and add challengers to each “1” senate seat.

    But with the newest update, now when I try, it’s just the 2016 races but taking place in 2018,

  7. @Ted,

    Editor > Regions > select relevant region > select relevant Senate race > in General Election box set ‘On-Year’ to relevant value.

  8. Thanks! That worked!

    Would be great to have just a single button to press to say whether I want to do the “1”, “2”, or “3” races.

    Had to unclick all the 3’s and click all of the 1’s…which is, what, around 66 buttons to press? Just something to think about.


  9. House 2016 doesn’t have some candidates for example in NY-6 Danniel Maio was Meng’s republican competitor and he’s not even on ballot.

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