There have been plenty of games set during World War 2, but most of them have focused on the violence of the conflict. Attentat 1942 takes a different approach. Instead, it’s about the horrors of being a civilian during the conflict.
The game is about your grandfather, who’s sent to a concentration camp in the wake of the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi leader of occupied Czech lands.
You get a chance to experience life under Nazi occupation through the eyes of survivors. You’ll be piecing together history, making difficult choices and working your way through branching and immersive dialogue trees.
The game has been out on a number of different platforms for a while now, and has received some rave reviews and plenty of awards as well. And now you can pick it up on your iPhone and iPad.
Click here and you can download Attentat 1942 from the App Store right now. The game will set you back $4.99, which is about half as much as you’ll pay for it on Steam.
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