1960DTK

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1960DtK
Creators Jadingle (Writing)

Twix (Writing)

TomBoxXD (Coding)

Diamondy (unspecified "help")

Genre Alternate History
Candidates
  • Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX)
  • Henry Cabot Lodge(R-MA)
  • Orval Faubus (NSR-AR)
Canon Result
  • 300 D
  • 231 R

1960DtK (short for The Debate that Killed) is a mod taking place in an alternate timeline where a bomb kills both John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon during a debate. Following this, Lyndon Johnson and Henry Cabot Lodge (the candidate's running mates) take the helm. Lyndon Johnson is the only playable candidate.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

There are two running mates, Millard Tawes and Scoop Jackson. If you select Jackson, Orval Faubus runs a third-party campaign. There are two RNG questions. One about an assassination attempt on RFK, and one about voter fraud in Illinois. There are two playlists of music: "Jazz in This Occasion" and "Southern Way of Life".

Endings (SPOILERS)[edit | edit source]

The scenario has thirteen endings.

The South Is Happy, But Nobody Else Is/By God! Dixie LBJ To The White House?![edit | edit source]

If you praise segregation you get these endings. If you lose, you get the former, and if you win, you get the latter.

RNG Questions[edit | edit source]

Both of the RNG questions mentioned earlier have two outcomes, one where it's successful, and one where it is not. Pretty much every combination of the two leads to a different ending.

Hello, Lyndon/Lodge's Raiders[edit | edit source]

The bigshot endings.

Dixie Gets The Ultimate Revenge[edit | edit source]

If Faubus deadlocks the election, you get this ending.

Reception[edit | edit source]

Lost and Found[edit | edit source]

Due to the creator deleting the Google Doc containing the mod, the mod was thought lost until on the Subreddit user StingrAeds revealed he had copies of the file saved. [1] However, the copies of the mod had already existed on the Discord, posted by Tom1923 since two hours after the mod was deleted.[2]

References[edit | edit source]