My Child Lebensborn is a role game that gives you the chance to adopt a German boy or girl who's survived WW2 and gets to live with you in your Norwegian home. However, raising Klaus or Karin (you can choose whether you want a boy or a girl) won't be easy in a hostile environment that's full of resentment.
Gameplay in My Child Lebensborn might remind you of Pou, Moy or My Talking Tom Cat at first sight, but it does offer a gaming experience that's way more in depth. On the one hand you have to feed, bathe, and take care of your adoptive child overall. On the other hand, you have to learn how to combine your financial and family situation with the future that you want to provide the child and try to raise him or her as best as possible.
Throughout your day, you'll have a limited number of time units, which you can invest in a variety of actions such as cooking, looking for a job, playing with your kiddo, going to work, grocery shopping, reading him or her a story, etc. Depending on your actions and the answers you provide your child's questions (which will be quite frequent), the game will evolve differently. These changes will be especially noticeable in the story itself as well as Klaus/Karin's look and body language.
My Child Lebensborn is a super unique role game that's enthralling and endearing. It places you inside a harsh situation that's based on true facts in a really respectful and interactive way. The game also includes amazing visuals and sounds which help you really delve into the story.