|A Polish programming team developed Mortyr. In Germany
the game was heavily censored of all images related to the Third Reich.
In this alternate reality, Hitler has won the war but in the future
it doesn't just influence the society but the weather also (reminds
one of the film "The Philadelphia Experiment" - and even the conclusion
is the same: that time was manipulated). As the son of a scientist the
player gets sent back in time to the year 1944 to correct the after
effect. The graphics leave a conflicting impression. Everything animated
looks more like a shareware but the traces in snow and multiple light
effects leave a positive impression. The game's simple. There are just
a few puzzles. Many details look like they were not fully developed.
When shooting, the bullet always hits somewhere around the crosshair.
Found keys, maps and files (containing information) are much too large
and destroy the the forced dark atmosphere. Files with "Top Secret"
on them are lying free on the tables. The second half of the game leads
into the future which is similar to Robocop. The animations and figures
look much better here. All in all a usable game without any brilliant
moment but even with only a little frustration. The one who can overlook
some weaknesses will be acceptably entertained.