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Everlasting Summer

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Genre: Adventure, Indie

Platforms: SteamOS, Mac, Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Semyon, a poster child contemporary chan culture consumer, falls asleep in the bus, only to wake up in front of the gates of Sovyonok, a pioneer camp of the late Soviet Russia. Everlasting Summer (Бесконечное лето in Russian) is a time-warping, mind-bending visual novel with some eroge content, produced by the collective efforts of Russian chan communities.

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13 reviews

Great 100%

- Summer camps in Russia, with actually GOOD WEATHER. They didn't were cheapstakes in that. - Communist lolis with impossible hair, the ultimate combination of russian and japanese absurdity. - Strange fanserivce censored by Steam. - Excellent artwork, which it is made obviously by one author, and it doesn't change in any noticeable way of style, seriously. - Lolis with CCCP t-shirts. - Plot that screams "2 d33p 4 u" the second you start playing... Read More
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33 reviews

Good 90%

I am not really into visual novel type of games (or at least, I think I'm not), this is the second game of this genre I've played so far (first being Va-11 Hall-A) and I am either really lucky with the quality of VN I choose to play or I might actually be a secret fan of this genre. This looks like a classic anime-style visual novel. Pretty pathetic male main protagonist, put into a strange situation trying (or not trying) to impress/befriend a ... Read More


Meeting Semyon, the game's main character, you would've never paid attention to him. Just an ordinary young man with thousands, even hundreds of thousands of those like him in every ordinary city. But one day something completely unusual happens to him: he falls asleep in a bus in winter and wakes up... in the middle of a hot summer. In front of him is "Sovyonok" - a pioneer camp, behind him is his former life. To understand what happened to him, Semyon will have to get to know the local inhabitants (and maybe even find love), find his way in the complex labyrinth of human relationships and his own problems and solve the camp's mysteries. And answer the main question - how to come back? Should he come back?