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#1 by demonheart
2014-11-25 at 13:44
What ending you opened first?
My was Lena-bad.
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#2 by fedya1337
2014-11-25 at 14:15
Lena-bad too.
Learned about this game yesterday on Steam.
Wonderful. One of the best free games on Steam.

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#3 by usagi
2014-11-25 at 15:30
omg.. not root, but route ))) it's seems only russian fans will be discussing it here since the game has one of the worst translation to English I've ever seen - somewhat justifying it's free price thoughLast modified on 2014-11-25 at 15:34
#4 by otsosu
2014-11-27 at 00:44
My first ending was Lena bad.
Novella, by the way, just beautiful. I was lucky to be a Russian girl, so I was able to read the beautiful story of the pioneers. It is sad that the English game is translated poorly. Hope it is not much liked English players just because of this.
It seems that this novel sunk into my soul so much that all the other novels seem to me to be too boring and uninteresting.
Good luck, English (and a few English :D) users.
#5 by xraider
2014-11-27 at 20:57
The premise and the CCCP shirt is so hilarious i'd actually read it if not for the awful English translation

Too bad I completely failed to learn Russian after 3 hours a week for 5 years in school.
#6 by warfoki
2014-11-27 at 21:13
Too bad I completely failed to learn Russian after 3 hours a week for 5 years in school.
You won't learn ANY language with the intensity of three hours per week. Just saying.
#7 by michikohime
2015-01-25 at 02:48
Semyon good (and it was kind boring and long). I hope I get a better one next time around
#8 by mrmuk
2018-11-01 at 21:54
Lena-bad was my first ending, too. After that, expected the other bad endings to be similarly shocking, but they weren't. Btw, playing this game in 2018 and the translation seems pretty ok to me. Maybe it was improved over time?
#9 by deadmoney
2019-03-27 at 15:28
Lena-good. Very satisfying ending, by the way, though a bit confusing.

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