My Child Lebensborn Cheats

My Child Lebensborn Hack 1.7.101 + Redeem Codes

Narrative nurture history sim

Developer: Sarepta Studio AS
Category: Games
Price: $2.99 (Download for free)
Version: 1.7.101
ID: com.Sarepta.MyChild

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Description

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 protected]

Version history

1.7.101
2022-04-08
My Child Lebensborn now out in Arabic, French and Polish
1.7.100
2022-04-06
My Child Lebensborn now out in Arabic, French and Polish
1.6.103
2021-12-22
Fixed an issue which prevents downloading languages on certain devices.
Now added Russian, Italian, Indonesian and Turkish languages.
1.6.102
2021-12-12
Fixed issue which prevent progress on devices with certain system languages
Now added Russian, Italian, Indonesian and Turkish languages.
1.6.100
2021-12-09
Now added Russian, Italian, Indonesian and Turkish languages.
1.5.1
2021-01-12
Bug fixes and upgraded game engine
1.5.0
2020-01-10
Updated game engine version
Various bug fixes and tweaks
1.4.1
2019-03-13
Fixed some issues with downloadable languages, added secondary server as fallback
1.4.0
2019-02-26
My Child Lebensborn, now out in Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Korean!
1.3.102
2018-12-19
Fixed issues that prevented player from progressing on 14th of February, where bandages either didn’t appear or applying them didn’t work properly

Fixed issue with highlighting not working in some scenarios when child was not with player and they had to speak with the child to continue the story

Fixed issue with dialogue playing when player was playing with ball or viewing a drawing

Updated bug reporter to have mandatory description provided when submitting bugs
1.3.101
2018-12-12
Added in-game bug report button. This is accessible through the in-game options menu that is opened by clicking the cogwheel button
Fixed issue with unable to progress on 14th of February, having nothing to do after having cleaned child and rooms were locked
Fixed missing text for buttons related with some documents
1.3.0
2018-12-08
Now out in Simplified Chinese
Improved loading speeds and reduced max memory needed (This should help devices that has had problems with initial loading screen)
1.2.1
2018-11-19
Fixed Piggybank disappearing from view after having interacted with it
Fixed issues with localization, such as spelling issues, missing entries and half-complete sentences
Other smaller bugfixes
1.2.0
2018-09-20
My Child Lebensborn, now out in Japanese!
1.1.0
2018-08-31
My Child Lebensborn, now out in German and Norwegian!
Also several bugfixes, some minor and some other critical
1.0.3
2018-06-30
Smaller hotfix for certain errors related with activities in Kitchen (Table & Counter) and Closet, which could prevent player from progressing.
1.0.2
2018-05-30
Fixed graphical elements not working properly for iPhone X
Added Privacy Settings to allow players to to opt-out of game analytics. This can be found under the options menu
Fixing issues related with eating/equipping clothes not always working, causing weird behavior or possibly prevent playing progress
Fixed some issues with audio not always playing, such as eating or purchasing from shop
Fixed some food ingredients not showing final product when finished
Fixed particle spawning not being based on touch position
Fixed some UI elements rendering poorly on devices with high resolution
1.0.1
2018-05-21
- Fixed a potential issue that could prevent the users from continuing from a game Auto Save.
- Fixed issue with player being stuck on second day having to write a letter, even if they did it earlier in the day
- Fixed an issue with Klaus/Karin not going to sleep after certain dialogues
- Fixed issue with incorrect text shown during end of chapter summary screen
1.0.0
2018-05-18

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Ratings

4.8 out of 5
2 885 Ratings

Reviews

allison sainato,
No words..
I'm not the type that tends to do many game reviews, and I've installed a lot of mobile games on my phone but none of them compare to this absolute masterpiece. First off, the entire story plot is sensational and beautifully written. Secondly, the graphics are wonderfully made. One of the things that I love about the game is how educational it is for younger kids. You can learn about Klaus/Karin's parents and other relatives. And not only are the relatives that you learn about just "fake" but you learn about German soldiers and young Norwegian women, including topics as to why they were treated with so much disrespect. I'd reccomend this game to anyone who is able enough to sit down and play something for hours, because it's a similar concept here, to which you can play whenever you'd like. I must admit that throughout the chapters of parenting Karin, which was who I picked (as you have the option to choose the boy (Klaus) or the girl (Karin). I ended up getting myself emotionally attached to Karin, and the way that we connected all through the screen was just heartwarming. Everything is just so well done and the amounts of detail and effort that was made in this game honestly deserves an award. You may be questioning yourself as to if you should buy this game because it's 2.99$, but I can assure you that the money your paying will be worth it, espcially because it donates to charity. Well done developers. <3
GalaxyPasta,
I can hardly find the words
I had no idea this game existed until recently this month. However, I am more than happy I chose to buy it and give it a try. I played it within 24 hours—I was absolutely hooked to the story just five minutes in. Quickly, the only thing I wanted to do was keep the child safe and shower him with endless love. Countless times, I teared up over the mistreatment he faced. It felt authentic and real. It ripped my heart up. Even the ending left me feeling helpless, yet oddly fulfilled. There is a lot of realism in this game. It hurts, but it is realistic. The only thing we can do is hope with all our hearts for the well-beings of the children in this game. To anyone looking to spend a little bit of money on the App Store, I highly recommend buying this wonderful game. It isn’t difficult to learn how to play. However, the story is rather powerful and touches on some sensitive topics, so I’d advise players to tread lightly. It had me crying on multiple occasions. Trust me—you will be unable to finish this game without loving these kids. This is definitely one of my all-time favorite mobile games ever made. It’s simply astonishing.
Jdawg8867,
Sobbing
Wow. What a phenomenal game but what a tragic one as well. I had no idea the stigma around German children in Norway. We always hear about one side of the Holocaust but we don’t hear about the Lebensborn children. How unfair. This game is not for children though.

SPOILERS AHEAD: The things that happen to your child in the game are horrid, and although it doesn’t always outright say what happened, it’s very clear what has happened to your poor child. My child’s teacher Mr. Berg had me deeply concerned because I was afraid he had romantic/sexual interest in my child. Well it turns out yes, the poor child was abused but by the teacher that followed. This tore me up and had me furious. The game as I said earlier, never said this, but the child didn’t want to eat, bathe or be touched afterwards so it was fairly clear the teacher had sexually assaulted her during “detention.” There was also a time when the child comes home and they’re covered in urine. I don’t know who urinated on her but that truly tore me up as well. I can’t believe this happened to these children just because of their German heritage. A profound, somber game that will stick with me forever.
Lazy peach,
Such a great game, but also so sad
This has got to be the most emotional game I have ever played. It only took me two days to get through it, but oh my god, it was worth it. I honestly feel like I learned so much more about the aftermath of ww2 because of this game. I was completely unaware of lebensborn children before those game, which is insane on a whole other level. Schools always teach us about ww2 and all that stuff, but you really never hear much about the aftermath.

Most importantly, this game just… really hit hard. I cannot say I relate to how the real children and mothers of these children felt, but I feel like I got a taste of it when playing this. There were times I really felt like Karin’s mother, so much I even forgot I was just playing a game. There were times I cried and got seriously… peeved off… because of the events that happened in this game. It completely breaks my heart that real lebensborn children had to go through this.

But there is one think I can relate to. If I was alive during the aftermath of ww2, I would adopt this child, maybe more, in an instant, and give them the best life possible.
dhyvgjjjkih,
Great yet heartbreaking
I don’t usually pay for games but this one peaked my interests. As you play the game you really feel like you are the parent speaking to Klaus or Karin. Every thing you say can effect how the child feels and you begin to want to do best for them. At times I wanted to cry because of how real the storyline is and how if it were real life you would have to make these decisions. It has dialogues that you would have with a child and thoughts that you would think if experiencing that in real life. Throughout the game I kept thinking how horrible it would be if it’s real until the end. *SPOILER*…….. It threw me off at the end to find out that this is inspired by the real life experiences of actual children and families. This game taught me about what these parents felt and their choices, the impact of the children, and an untaught event in history. In the end I want to research more because I never considered the child born of war existing and what happens after the war. This game is unique and worth playing. It’s one i would only play once because the emotions while playing it were intense.
noooooooooooneeee,
Absolutely Amazing!!
This game was so amazing! I’d recommend to anyone who likes history, and wants to learn about what happened in the past. There are people who have wrote reviews on this and say “This game has so many bugs and it doesn’t teach anything.” They are the ones who haven’t played or are just very rude. This game shows if you want to raise a Girl or a Boy, It’s where you get to raise one of them through the time over a year and a half in the game. I don’t wanna spoil much but I really do think this game should be 5-10 dollars cause it’s just unbelievably incredible. You grow attached to the child and want the best for them. I really do recommend this amazing game.

The things that I really do wish that where there is where if the game was longer at the ending, cause I really loved having someone to take care of and cheer up when there sad. I started playing this game in the morning and it ended later in the afternoon. I’d recommend to play this fully when you are free for a while. Thank you for taking your time to read this. Thank you! <3
alyssagarate,
Love this game!!
I started seeing this game on tiktok. A lot of people were recommending it so I went to the App Store and saw it costed money. So I was thinking not to get it however it says part of the proceeds go to charity and seeing it was only three dollars I decided to but it. I would like to say that this is a very long story game that can not be completed in a day. Witch I strongly like. Also this game has many choices making you in control of mostly what happens so you can play multiple times getting different answers and things can go differently each time.

Another thing I like is that you can choose different children to take care of! One is a girl and the other is a boy. Like I said there is many options leaving you in control however the baseline of the story continues on. I had many feeling throughout this game with the things that happened to the child. I 100% recommend this game to everyone!!! I enjoy it greatly!
Leeza Fedosova,
Captivating story, beautifully executed.
I can’t believe this game hasn’t gained the attention it so rightfully deserves. What an incredibly deep story and strong message. I cared for a little girl names Karin, and from the start of the game I felt that I had to protect her. The last chapter was rough…I was crying on the inside, fuming on the outside. At times, the game makes you lose faith in humanity. But there are also times when good people stand up for what’s right and you regain that trust. I loved learning about life after the war, and the life stories at the end of the game paid homage to the real victims of abuse and injustice. There are a few games that we play in our lifetime and we remember so vividly how it made us feel, how it effected us…this is one of those games for me. I had no idea it would touch me so deeply. I would love to see more from this developer in the future! I can tell this game was created from a true passion, you did a great job.
genericzombie,
More Than I Ever Expected
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.
Elyssa Joseph,
An emotional experience
If i could give this more than five stars i would honestly. I’ve literally never experienced something that made me feel such strong emotions. the child felt like my own in every situation. i felt like a parent working and raising my kid trying to protect them no matter what. i cried for this kid, i got angry at those who hurt then, i was completely invested to the last second. i was absolutely addicted to the game and tried to savor every moment and make them as happy as possible. playing the game made a sudden motherly instinct kick in and i truly believe i would have killed for that child. if your on the fence AT ALL like i was about buying this game, hop the fence and buy it. it’s worth every single penny and you will not regret it at all and will wish you bought it sooner. i don’t think anything could ever compare to how i felt playing this game.