Many of you no doubt remember the Tamagotchi craze of the late 90's to early 00's. Those annoying little pocket pets were the thing to have on the playground, though they required a significant amount of attention as you had to effectively care for a virtual pet, well before Nintendogs ever came into the picture. Now, a new mobile game called My Child Lebensborn has popped up on Kickstarter and it aims to put a much darker and more complex spin on the virtual care genre. Better yet, the developers seem to be keen to bring it to the Switch.
The game takes place in a post-war Norwegian village, in which you act as the ward of a young child named Klaus or Karin. This child is a Lebensborn—a child whose father was a German soldier—and the game will center around your efforts to take care of him or her. Resources are limited and the child will have a unique personality which will be shaped by your interactions. It seems pretty cool, and while the Kickstarter still has quite a way to go before the Switch port is greenlit, there's still a chance of it happening.
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