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1st Apr '18 3:30:36 PM AzrayeL
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* ''[[http://ada-rpg.org/tiki-index.php/ Akroydiesel Age RPG]]'' is a dieselpunk game, complete with airships, anti-gravity dogfights, and diesel-powered mechs.
29th Mar '18 9:46:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/YesterdayWasALie'' -- ''Film/DarkCity'' meets ''SinCity'' meets quantum physics and the nature of reality.

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* ''Film/YesterdayWasALie'' -- ''Film/DarkCity'' meets ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' meets quantum physics and the nature of reality.
28th Mar '18 12:26:27 PM hclarcy
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* ''VideoGame/GrandiaXtreme'': Nortis, of the {{Kaiserreich}} variety.
** The Port Town of Parm and the Garlyle Forces from the first ''VideoGame/{{Grandia}}'' straddle a vague line between this and SteamPunk.
16th Mar '18 1:02:52 PM eroock
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4th Mar '18 4:13:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''SteelBattalion: Heavy Armor'' (2012) [[ContinuityReboot shifts]] to a WWII Punk setting...in 2082. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that microprocessors are no longer in production due to silicon-eating microbes appearing as early as 2020, hence the technological regression.

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* ''SteelBattalion: ''VideoGame/SteelBattalion: Heavy Armor'' (2012) [[ContinuityReboot shifts]] to a WWII Punk setting...in 2082. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that microprocessors are no longer in production due to silicon-eating microbes appearing as early as 2020, hence the technological regression.
3rd Mar '18 8:05:23 PM nombretomado
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** ''The Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin'', a.k.a. ''The Garin Death Ray'', (1926-1927) by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksey_Nikolayevich_Tolstoy Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy]]. It falls between Diesel Noir and Diesel Weird War, as the author manages to poke some fun at TheRoaringTwenties and TheSovietTwenties between the lines and also to imagine a dystopian world where Capitalist and Socialist-Revolutionary forces fight each other with poison gas, airships and [[DeathRay Death Rays]].

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** ''The Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin'', a.k.a. ''The Garin Death Ray'', (1926-1927) by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksey_Nikolayevich_Tolstoy Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy]]. It falls between Diesel Noir and Diesel Weird War, as the author manages to poke some fun at TheRoaringTwenties and TheSovietTwenties UsefulNotes/TheSovietTwenties between the lines and also to imagine a dystopian world where Capitalist and Socialist-Revolutionary forces fight each other with poison gas, airships and [[DeathRay Death Rays]].
3rd Mar '18 8:01:33 PM nombretomado
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* Most of TheSovietTwenties' sci-fi:

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* Most of TheSovietTwenties' UsefulNotes/TheSovietTwenties' sci-fi:
27th Feb '18 6:19:11 AM lovecraftian22
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* ''[[http://www.ageofsteel.co.uk/ Age of Steel]]'' is a game set in a world similar to ours in the 1920s, with [[MiniMecha diesel-powered mechs]], airships and personal automatons being commonplace.
25th Feb '18 3:22:19 PM nombretomado
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* Though ''Literature/{{Leviathan}}'' (2009) by ScottWesterfeld is definitely in the SteamPunk genre by how it's presented and what kind of story it is, the Clanker technology is more dieselpunk, as they frequently use gas, oil, kerosene, and diesel, not just steam. Also, the Darwist's "beasties" are a good example of BioPunk.

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* Though ''Literature/{{Leviathan}}'' (2009) by ScottWesterfeld Creator/ScottWesterfeld is definitely in the SteamPunk genre by how it's presented and what kind of story it is, the Clanker technology is more dieselpunk, as they frequently use gas, oil, kerosene, and diesel, not just steam. Also, the Darwist's "beasties" are a good example of BioPunk.
20th Feb '18 9:45:19 PM Breakerchase
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* The ''Hikūshi'' light novels with their emphasis on World War II-style air combat:
** ''LightNovel/ToAruHikushiENoTsuioku''
** ''LightNovel/ToaruHikushiENoKoiuta''
** ''LightNovel/ToaruHikushiENoSeiyaku''
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