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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The things in the sky are not explained. Are they bats? Demons? Something else?
* MoralityMeter: The Paladin/Man In Black qualities.



* SchizoTech: Cowboys on motorcycles. Also, the local supermarket has been converted into a more old-fashioned kind of market.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The things in the sky are not explained. Are they bats? Demons? Something else?
* MoralityMeter: The Paladin/Man In Black qualities.

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* SchizoTech: Cowboys on motorcycles. Also, the local supermarket has been converted into a more old-fashioned kind of market.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The things in the sky are not explained. Are they bats? Demons? Something else?
* MoralityMeter: The Paladin/Man In Black qualities.
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* MoralityMeter: The Paladin/Black Shirt qualities.

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* MoralityMeter: The Paladin/Black Shirt Paladin/Man In Black qualities.

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* SanityMeter: The White Noise Quality.

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The game can be found [[http://zerosummer.storynexus.com/s here]].

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Zero Summer is a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] turn-based browser game set in the town of Amarillo. Players control [[QuestForIdentity the Man]] [[NoNameGiven With No Name]] and explore the many mysteries of the setting... possibly with bullets, possibly not. [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane Strange things]] fly overhead at night, lawless gunmen cause trouble for ordinary folk, society itself is reeling from the [[CrypticBackgroundReference Longest Day]]- and into all of this blunders an [[EasyAmnesia amnesiac]] [[LossOfIdentity individual]] with nowhere else to go.

The game is designed with replayability in mind, and players are not expected or encouraged to play through all content on the first try- in fact, the game's tutorial specifically tells players they won't be able to do everything, and encourages the player to parcel out their time wisely.
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!!Tropes present in this game include:

* AfterTheEnd: The Longest Day destroyed society as we know it. Amarillo specifically is mentioned as one of the last civilized places before one hits wilderness.
* DaysOfFuturePast: If you ignore the SchizoTech, it might as well be a straight Western.
* SchizoTech: Cowboys on motorcycles. Also, the local supermarket has been converted into a more old-fashioned kind of market.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The things in the sky are not explained. Are they bats? Demons? Something else?
* MoralityMeter: The Paladin/Black Shirt qualities.

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