Help us get our game out there!

Support our upcoming Kickstarter campaign


As a small, indie developer, we know that one of our greatest challenges is getting visibility for our game. And with My Child Lebensborn, our goal isn't just to create a fun game, but also to create a game that can hopefully be important for a vulnerable group of children - children who are hated just because of the genes they carry. This makes it even more important for us to get the game out to as many as we can.

So we are asking for your help -
we need ambassadors and funding
for polishing and marketing


We are choosing a lucky winner among our subscribers, who'll get the unique prototype of our silver pendant heart, which we have had made especially for this campaign. 



The heart pendant is designed and hand made by the goldsmith Eilif Rydeng AS in Tromsø, Norway. The design is based on the heart from our logo, showing band aids trying to mend a broken heart. This is in reference to our game. We are telling a sad story about children facing hatred, but the gameplay is demonstrating how compassion can make a big difference. The hope of being able to mend som hearts is also a main motivation behind this project - helping Children Born of War by telling their stories.

A limited series of numbered, silver hearts will be available as perks in our Kickstarter campaign. But the first, unique prototype goes out to our first supporters! It will be accompanied by a signed certificate of origin from us.

The silver heart is on a 42 cm silver chain in a gift box.

By signing up, you will receive e-mail updates about our project and campaign. You can unsubscribe at any time. But we hope you will follow us and help us spread the word about our game.

We will draw the lucky winner on March 9th, when we're starting our Kickstarter campaign. All who subscribe to our updates by that date can win.


And if you really want to spoil us, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as well!


Thank you! 


Elin and Catharina,
on behalf of the development team of "My Child Lebensborn".