Dawn of a Quiet Apocalypse

Welcome to Canadian Wilderness where you find yourself stranded after a geomagnetic disaster has transformed the face of the planet. Nothing electric works, no radio, television, automobiles, Starbucks- and you had the misfortune of being on a plane. When the machine fell from skies all you could do was assume the crash position and perhaps pray.

Maybe you would’ve been better off not surviving, but now the only option is to take a stand against the wild for as long as you are able.

You will either think to much and fail, or adapt, learn and survive.

The choice is yours.

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