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The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version can be played for free on Nutaku as of August 2015. A port on [[UsefulNotes/AndroidGames Android]] and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were eventually released.

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The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version can be played for free on Nutaku as of August 2015. A port on [[UsefulNotes/AndroidGames Android]] and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were was eventually released.



** One of the first triggers for [[spoiler:Yulya]]'s route involve you navigating through a maze that can only be traversed by selecting Left or Right in the dialogue options. It's very hard to find your way through without a reliable in-game map nor clues or directions on where to go... Unless you've read the correct pattern from a guide.

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** One of the first triggers for [[spoiler:Yulya]]'s route involve you navigating through a maze that can only be traversed by selecting Left or Right in the dialogue options. It's With no in-game map or clues it's very hard to find your way through without a reliable in-game map nor clues or directions on where to go... Unless you've read the correct pattern from a guide.walkthrough.



* Really700YearsOld: [[spoiler:Red!Pioneer, due to GroundhogDayLoop]]

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* Really700YearsOld: [[spoiler:Red!Pioneer, [[spoiler:The Red Pioneer, due to GroundhogDayLoop]]



** When inspecting the abandoned house, Semyon could go alone, with Ulyana, or with Alisa.
** Semyon could dance in the moonlight with either Lena or Slavya as his dancing partner.

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** When inspecting the abandoned house, building, Semyon could can go alone, with Ulyana, alone or with Alisa.
any of the girls.
** Semyon could dance in the moonlight with either Lena or Slavya as his dancing partner.



** All Good Endings count, as [[spoiler:Semyon wakes up in the present time, revealing that the events the 20th century camp are AllJustADream]].

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** All Good Endings count, as [[spoiler:Semyon wakes up in the present time, revealing that the events of the 20th century Soviet-era camp are were AllJustADream]].



* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: [[spoiler: In Lena's Good Ending, where Semyon stays in the past rather than return to his proper time, it dawns on Semyon that he can use his knowledge of the outcomes of certain sporting events to earn money from betting. Unfortunately, this fails, as the outcome of said events seem to 'swerve' away from how they 'really' happened the moment he tries to bet. Thankfully, he is able to pose as a relative of himself to make some career connections to suppoort his family with Lena.]]

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* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: [[spoiler: In Lena's Good Ending, where Semyon stays in the past rather than return to his proper time, it dawns on Semyon that he can use his knowledge of the outcomes of certain sporting events to earn money from betting. Unfortunately, this fails, as the outcome of said events seem to 'swerve' away from how they 'really' happened the moment he tries to bet. Thankfully, he is able to pose as a relative of himself to make some career connections to suppoort support his family with Lena.]]



* WildWilderness: Sovyonok is apparently on the edge of this, to the point where going just 200 meters in might get you permanently lost in the forest.

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* WildWilderness: Sovyonok is apparently on the edge of this, to the point where going just 200 meters in might get you permanently lost in the forest.


[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Alisa, Slayva, Ulyana, Miku and Lena]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Alisa, Slayva, Slavya, Ulyana, Miku and Lena]]


The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version was released on [[https://www.nutaku.net/games/everlasting-summer/ Nutaku]] in August 2015. A port on [[UsefulNotes/AndroidGames Android]] and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were eventually released.

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The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}.UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version was released can be played for free on [[https://www.nutaku.net/games/everlasting-summer/ Nutaku]] in Nutaku as of August 2015. A port on [[UsefulNotes/AndroidGames Android]] and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were eventually released.


The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version was released on [[https://www.nutaku.net/games/everlasting-summer/ Nutaku]] in August 2015. A port on UsefulNotes/{{Android}} and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were eventually released.

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The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version was released on [[https://www.nutaku.net/games/everlasting-summer/ Nutaku]] in August 2015. A port on UsefulNotes/{{Android}} [[UsefulNotes/AndroidGames Android]] and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were eventually released.


The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version was released on [[https://www.nutaku.net/games/everlasting-summer/ Nutaku]] in August 2015.

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The game, built using the UsefulNotes/RenPy Visual Novel Engine, was first released as a Russian-language demo (consisting of the first two in-game days) on New Year's Day in 2010. The full Russian-language version of the game finally received a freeware release in December of 2013. An English version became available in November of 2014, still distributed for free, via {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. Many people were quite surprised that the Steam release retained the game's eroge elements. Alas, this was to be a short lived surprise when, a few days after release, Steam released an update which removed all of these elements from the game. Fortunately, it did not take players upset at this long to discover [[GameMod a way around it]]. The uncensored version was released on [[https://www.nutaku.net/games/everlasting-summer/ Nutaku]] in August 2015.
2015. A port on UsefulNotes/{{Android}} and [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] were eventually released.


See also ''VisualNovel/FrostyKiss'', the short fangame {{sequel}} of ''Everlasting Summer''.


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[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Olga Dmitrievna, Alisa, Ulyana, Zhenya, Lena, Slavya, and Elektronik.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Olga Dmitrievna, Alisa, Slayva, Ulyana, Zhenya, Lena, Slavya, Miku and Elektronik.]]
Lena]]


* {{Foreshadowing}}: When you first meet Shurik and Electronik in the Robotics Club, they are trying to build a robotic CatGirl. And if you're wondering while the quit menu shows an image of a cat girl, [[spoiler:she actually [[EarlyBirdCameo plays an important role in the plot]], or at least the final playthrough]].

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When you first meet Shurik and Electronik in the Robotics Club, they are trying to build a robotic CatGirl. And if you're wondering while why the quit menu shows an image of a cat girl, [[spoiler:she [[spoiler:she's actually Yulya, someone who [[EarlyBirdCameo plays an important role in the plot]], story]], or at least the final playthrough]].playthrough. She's also related to Semyon in one way or another]].
** Semyon has a brief mental image of Lena as Rena from ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'', hinting at [[spoiler:Lena's {{yandere}} traits in certain bad endings involving her]].

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: When you first meet Shurik and Electronik in the Robotics Club, they are trying to build a robotic CatGirl. And if you're wondering while the quit menu shows an image of a cat girl, [[spoiler:she actually [[EarlyBirdCameo plays an important role in the plot]], or at least the final playthrough]].

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Each of the girls have their own specific tracks that play mostly when you interact with them or proceed through their own routes:
** Slavya - "Forest Maiden"
** Lena - "Let's Be Friends"
** Ulyana - "I Want To Play"
** Alisa - "That's Our Madhouse"
** Miku - "So Good To Be Careless"
** Yulya - "Mystery Girl"


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* MaleGaze: Some of the background CGs with the girls focus on their specific body parts for {{fanservice}} reasons common in an eroge like this game.


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* TwoPersonPoolParty: In [[spoiler:Yulya]]'s route, she and Semyon spend time bathing in the lake, with the girl seductively hugging him from behind. It's also at that time when [[spoiler:there's nobody else in the entire camp except for these two]].

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* BigDamnKiss:
** Semyon and Alisa kiss in the latter's ending during the modern era's winter season.
** Happens in the good ending of Miku's route, [[spoiler:with Semyon pulling her in for a surprise kiss. Naturally, Miku is initially shocked at this, but lets it slide as she also developed romantic feelings for him]].

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* ArtShift: The {{animesque}} and colorful artstyle is not used in the background CGs of the bad endings in order to portray [[spoiler:horrific and depressing scenes. Instead, the artstyle uses a lot of washed-out or "dirty" colors, generally looking like something out of the horror visual novels out there]].


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* BlackBlood: Happens in [[spoiler:Lena]]'s bad ending wherein you get to discover her [[spoiler:corpse after she committed suicide. There's a depressing ArtShift all around, then the camera zooms out to reveal a bright yellow crack on her arm where she slit herself, with a glowing yellow liquid in place for a blood]].


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* WhamShot: The bad endings are rife of these obviously, as [[spoiler:the build-up can be quite depressing and dramatic, just before they reveal a horrific scene as its background CG. The accompanying background music in these scenes are also dark as hell, evoking a horror movie]].

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* SleepCute: Semyon could do this with Lena in the latter's route, with both sleeping by resting their heads on each others' shoulders.

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* SchrodingersGun: There are some events and their corresponding background CGs that change depending on who accompanies Semyon at that point. While the overall plot for those events generally stay the same, the dialogue varies depending on the character:
** When inspecting the abandoned house, Semyon could go alone, with Ulyana, or with Alisa.
** Semyon could dance in the moonlight with either Lena or Slavya as his dancing partner.
** The Good Ending wherein [[spoiler:the girl who sleeps in Semyon's bed when he wakes up in the real world]] depends on who the player chooses to be with.

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