Svoboda 1945: Liberation is a text-based adventure game set in the Czech Republic shortly after the end of World War II. The game shows what consequences this conflict had for the community of a small village. This is a sequel to Attentat 1942 and was developed and published by Charles Games.
The action of Svoboda 1945: Liberation takes place in 1945 in a small village in the Czech Republic. The player takes on the role of the protagonist who arrives in the village to decide the fate of the local school. The trip reveals, however, how much the war has affected the people living there. The protagonist tries to understand what role his grandfather played in the dramatic events.
Svoboda 1945: Liberation is a text-based adventure game that mainly involves talking to characters, gathering information and solving various puzzles (which mainly involve connecting facts or performing relatively simple actions).
The educational aspect of this game is also worth mentioning - it was created in consultation with historians and does a good job of conveying both the realities of the times shown and the problems of the people living in them, portraying the horror that was World War II.
Svoboda 1945: Liberation can only be played solo. The core of the game is the story campaign.
The graphic design of Svoboda 1945: Liberation is made up of several elements. We have 2D, hand-drawn and partially animated illustrations (they are kept in a rather subdued, comic book style), as well as photographs and films of historical events or those made with real people.
Game mode: single player
Age restrictions Svoboda 1945: Liberation: 12+
Svoboda 1945: Liberation System requirements
PC / Windows
- Intel Core i3
- 8 GB RAM
- graphic card Intel HD 530 or better
- 9 GB HDD
- Windows 10