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French Revolution Simulator!
Were you alive between 1789 and 1799? Probably not. See what life was like as a citizen of France in the 3rd estate by playing the French Revolution Simulator! To beat this game, you must get through the first three levels by completing the given task for each one. See how your efforts pay off at the end of the game.
Level 1: The Incubation Stage: In this stage, 97% of the population was in the third estate, which included everyone but the royals, nobles and rich people. During this time everyone had to pay taxes if you were in the third estate. Since you are in the third estate, complete this level by selling wheat from your crops and paying taxes with lose change you find along the roads or from the money you are given at the beginning of the game from your family inheritance.
Level 2: The Symptomatic Stage: In this stage, people storm the Bastille for weapons, and the tension starts to rise in France while the majority of the people are getting angry because it is too difficult to pay their taxes on everything. To complete this level, get through the guards of the Bastille and collect all of the weapons.
Level 3: The Crisis Stage: In this stage of the game, Louis XVI is executed and the revolutionist declare the end of the monarchy and the power of the aristocrats. To complete this stage, you must get past all of the guards again but at Versailles, where both the king and the queen are located. Then you must work together with the rest of the players to bring them to the guillotine to be executed.
Level 4: The Covalence Stage: You did it! You have eliminated the monarchy. Unfortunately, Napoleon decided to name himself emperor of France. In this stage, though, the Napoleonic Code was created. Since the code was made to create equality for all men, enjoy your new life. Even though its basically still a dictatorship, the financial situation is stabilized and people are enlightened.
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