This is a list of fictional countries from published works of fiction (books, films, television series, games, etc.). Fictional works describe all the countries in the following list as located somewhere on the surface of the Earth as we know it — as opposed to underground, inside the planet, on another world, or during a different "age" of the planet with a different physical geography.
A sovereign state in the Game Papers Please, by Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of St. Marmero, Glorian, and Outer Grouse. It has a longstanding rivalry with its' neighbour, Republia. It also has an allegedly tyrannical government.
A sovereign state in the Game Papers Please, by Lucas Pope, which is divided into at least eight districts, and also includes the cities of Orvech Vonor, Paradizna, Nirsk, and East Grestin, where most gameplay takes place. It has tense relations with its' neighbour, Kolechia, due to a war which occurred before the events of the game.
A fictional country in the world of GI Joe. The Evil terrorist organization Cobra Command caused the formation of the island in the Gulf of Mexico, claimed the island and declared sovereignty. They used it as a base and as a front that gave Cobra agents around the world diplomatic immunity.
home country of the biological parents of the character Skeezix in the comic strip. Skeezix's father Col. Henri Coda was the ruling Grand Duke prior to a revolution. Glovania's capital and major seaport is Ragpo, located on the Mediterranean to the east of Italy.
The Holy Britannian Empire (神聖ブリタニア帝国 Shinsei Buritania Teikoku, also referred to as the Britannian Empire or just Britannia) is a nation born from the defeated remnants of the British Empire and is the world's dominant military superpower.
a Middle Eastern country mentioned in the episode Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Four US Army soldiers stationed there are taken hostage, causing President Fitzgerald Grant to send in a SEAL team to rescue them.
A sovereign state in the Game Papers Please, by Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of West Grestin, Vedor, and Yurko City. It has tense relations with its' neighbour, Arstotska, due to a war between the two before the events of the game.
a Central Asian Islamic republic from the 2013 remake of Yes Prime Minister; this country is a variation of Qumran (a fictional oil-rich sheikdom located in the Persian Gulf) which featured in the original series of Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister.
a South Pacific volcanic chain consisting of hundreds of mysterious and tropical islands featured in the 1982 adventure television series Tales of the Gold Monkey and now described as the Republic of the Marivelles.
a European monarchy ruled by King Galen and his son, Prince Michael in the TV series Dynasty until at the Prince's wedding to Amanda Carrington at the end of the show's 5th season, rebels stormed the palace, killing many wedding guests and exiling the royal family.
A Lakota nation located in the Great Plains. Founded as a confederacy of various Plains tribes. Currently at the forefront of technogical development, supplying arms and technology to the other American nations. Its' government is located in the Machine City, and consists of a tribal council.
National Republic of Umbutu (Republique Nationale d'Umbutu)
A dictatorial nation in Central Africa and a former province of the Congo, which declared its independence after the events of Independence Day. It is regarded as a breakaway state and is not recognised as an official country by the United Nations. Its official languages are English and French.
A republic located in what was once the states of California, Nevada, and Oregon, with territory in the Baja strip. Founded by Vault 15 survivors and surrounding powers in 2186. The benevolent republic supports a lot of old world values.
A sovereign state in the Games Papers Please and The Republia Times, by Lucas Pope, which includes the cities of Lesrenadi, True Glorian, and Bostan. It has a Cold War-esque relationship with its' neighbour, Antegria. It is also plagued with civil unrest, with rebels actively seeking to depose of the current government.
A fictional South American nation appearing in Marvel Mainstream Continuity, Earth-616, which was briefly occupied by the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants until they were driven out by a mutant superhero team, X-Men.
A secessionist state primarily comprising of Texas, formed after the alternate American Civil War. Currently subjugated by the Endless Nation, and as a result, is governed by a caretaker government. Its capital is Austin, Texas.
a coastal African nation framed for various terrorist attacks on the United States of America in season 4. Later invaded by the US military after President Fitzgerald Grant is black mailed into doing so.