I have been playing this website game called Nationstates, a textbased roleplaying game where you control a nation and make choices based on arising issues in a given society. Issues are common societal issues such as abortion, bike lanes, traffic, police, eminent domain, etc...You are faced with an issue and given several options to choose as a resolution. These choices affect statistics and categories of your nation's output and its score in 3 major attributes of Political Freedom, Economy and Civil Rights. It then takes these scores to give your nation a political spectrum title (capitalizt, communist utopia, Freedom loving Libertarians). These issues come up a every few hours awaiting a response from you (or you can dismiss the response with no affect to your nation). These issues are user generated and editied by the Nationstates website organizers. Many times, however, the issues do not have libertarian solutions and a lot are some government choice or action. A lot of times I find myself dismissing some issues because most choices result in something like, more taxation, regulation, coercion, or assumes I already have a government that provides a specific service or entity. Despite this, it is a fun way to take a comedic view on basic life issues or if you want to, to explore how to create a socialist, communist or dictatorial nation.