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Description: Sometimes it's difficult to understand exactly what's happening on the Korean peninsula.
Could North Korean leader Kim Jong Il attach nuclear payloads to his Taepo-Dong missiles? Will South Korean president Roh Moo Hyun's "sunshine" policy of engagement bring peace? Will North Korea release the hostages it took from Japan in the 1970s? What is with Kim's haircut? Only time, and this game, will tell.
As Dear Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, you control its fearsome Army, Navy, Airforce and Strategic Rocket Forces; although not it seems a decent hairdresser.
Use your Flying Dong 2 missiles to fend off detente with the puppets of the south. With Roh & his "sunshine" policy out of the way, you won't have to suffer his donations of food and oil ever again! Blasting aid, waving at parades, eliminating traitors, destroying your own cities... it's fun! fun! fun! north of the DMZ.
Aside from the busy task of protecting cities from menacing gifts of energy and nourishment from your Imperialist enemies, the Dear Leader is faced with difficult policy choices. Should you wait until your last city defects, or nuke it first? Or are your objectives better met by just blowing up the sun?
Although the action will become fast and furious, victory is surely within the grasp of a Dear Leader whose official biography notes that his birth was marked by a new star, and who composed six operas, designed the Juche Tower, and invented the tractor.
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