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Polygon: "My Child Lebensborn tells a disturbing tale about innocents in the aftermath of WW2” LevelUp: “The strongest game experience that I have ever had.” My Child Lebensborn, now out in Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Korean! You adopt a young Lebensborn child in Norway after WW2, but parenting will be hard as your child grows up in a hostile and hateful environment. See a different side of the war, inspired by the true stories of the Lebensborn children. Discover how hatred of our enemies continues to create victims, even after victory. Discover their past and support them in the present. You must balance your time and resources to provide for your child. You will find answers to the hard questions; about their history, the hatred, bullying and the passing of blame. Can you help Klaus/Karin cope with the heavy inheritance of the German occupation, so they will find their place in a country that is celebrating its freedom. You can make the difference. Key Features: - Influence the child’s feelings, personality and worldview through your choices. - Look for the effects of your choices in your child’s expressions and body language. - Explore a gripping storyline based upon true events. - Earn money as you work, then cook, craft, forage and play. - Use your time and meagre resources wisely. - Adopt a boy or girl, and support them through a defining year of their life. Caution: Some devices with only 1GB available memory have shown problems with running this game. For technical support, please contact us at email@example.com
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Possibly the best narrative I’ve experienced on the entire App Store! It presents both a heartwarming and heartbreaking tale of a little German boy or girl, depending on your choice, being adopted shortly after WW2 in Norway. Norway was greatly impacted by the war because of how the German occupation treated them and then turned some Norwegian women into what most Norwegians viewed them as traitors and “sluts.” The story shares what happened to a decent amount of women back then during the German march through European countries. So your child is considered as a traitor against Norway so he/she’s pretty much treated as an outcast and also abused by the children and even adults, both physically and emotionally. At some parts I even caught myself tearing up. It’s a loving and jaw dropping story that definitely deserved to be shared to address victims of war. And the game may feel a little short, but with the amount of choices offered, its replayability is pretty high plus most of the money players paid for the game will actually go towards a good cause to help victims of war in these tough times. It shares a message that family matters and no matter what bloodline you come from, you’re still special. It was also a great history lesson that shares some things that some of us did not know of about the war and its aftermath. The art style used is also amazing! Thank you, devs, for this amazing game! I hope there will be a sequel or an expansion to this!
I don’t usually write reviews but I feel the need to sing my praises for this game. It was really incredible and I couldn’t hardly put it down on my first play through. The game is very educational and contains a lot of real-life statistics and information, but I feel as though all of this info was delivered in a very organic way. It still feels like a game, not a history lesson. I grew very attached to the child I adopted, Karin, and although I know she’s a fictional character my heart still aches when I think of what she went through. The artwork is simple and charming but at the same time I was impressed that so much emotion is conveyed through the facial expressions and animations of your child. You’re forced to make some very difficult decisions as their parent and I wasn’t prepared for how serious things became in the story. I look forward to playing again and can’t wait to see if the developers make anything else as well.
What an amazing game and experience. The story and role you play is emotionally gripping, and I found myself truly caring for little Klaus. As a parent, I connected with the tough dialog choices, as oftentimes in real life it is difficult to decide how honest to be with a child without giving them more information than they can handle. The game designers did a fantastic job providing a realistic and meaningful yet streamlined interaction with Klaus that captures the essence of raising a child, and forces you to make tough choices, like balancing work and providing care with spending quality time. I was captivated by this story, and with taking care of Kraus, and it was fascinating (and saddening) to learn about this slice of post-war history. Thank you to the development team for this powerful, educational, and unique experience. I won’t soon forget it.
This game is simultaneously the most heart-warming and the most gut-wrenching experience I have ever played, and it puts all other mobile games to shame. This is just true art. It outdoes so many games with millions of dollars behind it made by hundreds of people with such a simple yet incredibly effective premise. This is something every person should have, not only because it is a great experience, but also because it only adds to your knowledge of the human condition and expands your ability to empathize with people. It brought a concept often overshadowed by the rest of the war right to you, and assured you that you will never forget it. An absolutely fantastic work worthy of being kept in a museum for future generations to look back on.
This story brought tears to my eyes...it was beautiful...I wanted to cry everyday when Little Klaus got home from school all dirty with bruises on him...Towards the bed of the story it made me really sad when he didn’t want to eat bathe or for me to even touch him! The story was beautiful the animation graphics were lovely and I was so sad when the story ended because I wanted me to be there when we moved so I could watch klaus hopefully get a better life....5/5 stars and if you are reading the reviews wondering if you should buy this app, you should...At first I didn’t want to waste my money on it but I’m so glad I did...it was one of the best apps I’ve ever played...so if you are still wondering whether to buy it or not I’m just going to tell you you will regret it if you don’t buy it!
Developed by Sarepta Studio AS.
My Child Lebensborn is ranking in Games & Role Playing & Simulation
Last update was at Jul 31, 2021and the current version is 1.5.1.
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