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Soviet Unterzoegersdorf Sector II
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About this gameIt is a great challenge to secure survival for the small but proud confederation. External reactionary forces put the country in danger. But there are a handful of people who don’t give up on a vision for a better tomorrow. Let us tell you the stories of the brave citizens in the beautiful little country of Soviet Unterzoegersdorf.
Soviet Unterzoegersdorf (pronounced
«oon-taa-tsee-gars-doorf») is the last existing
client republic of the USSR. The soviet enclave
maintains no diplomatic relationship with the
surrounding so-called "Republic of Austria" or
with the capitalist fortress "European Union".
The downfall of the people's motherland -- the
Soviet Union -- in the early 1990s had a
devastating effect on the country’s
intra-economic situation. External reactionary
forces threatened the last remaining proletarian paradise.
Party secretary Wladislav Gomulka has been
kidnapped and is being held in
US-Oberzoegersdorf. We must save comrade Gomulka!
Because communism isn't an opinion. It's a promise.