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Xerum: Tears of the Children is a terrifying and suspenseful single-player psychological horror adventure game like no other. Set in the mysterious and forgotten Nazi Germany territory known as New Swabia, Antarctica, you will uncover the truths behind many WWII conspiracy theories and discover advance Nazi technology not from this world.
Your goal is to explore the vast landscape of New Swabia, Antarctica both on the surface and underground to uncover the truth behind the Nazi secret military base and discover the truth behind New Swabia. The world of Xerum: Tears of the Children takes place on the cold and icy desert Antarctic territory of New Swabia. New Swabia was the only territory claimed by the Nazis during WWII. Why?
Why not any other territory on Antarctica? Did the Nazis also use New Swabia as a secret weapons test site for wonder weapons such as Die Glocke “The Bell”? Did the Nazis use Xerum 525 the highly radioactive superconductor mercury-like plasma for other experiments and projects other than the Bell? Did the Nazis discover a physical link to the theorized Hollow Earth city of Agartha and the lost Nephilim race of Giants? How were the Nazis capable of developing such vast technologically advanced weapons after having claimed New Swabia in 1939? And why after WWII did the Allies and the rest of world place a ban on military presence and activity on Antarctica?
While en route to the U.S. McMurdo Research Station on Ross Island, Antarctica the USS Richard E. Byrd receives a distress call transmitted in German. The signal is pinpointed to be coming from a small section on Queen Maud Land, Antarctica formerly known as New Swabia, the former Nazi Germany Antarctic territory. Not since WWII has any nation set foot on the icy lands of New Swabia. The area over the former Nazi Germany territory has been deemed a No-Fly Zone since the early 1950s. Due to the nature of this distress call a special black ops officer is sent in to investigate the signal. Lieutenant Adam Specter, a United States Navy SEAL officer with an outstanding service record stands above the rest and is handpicked for this top-secret mission.
Xerum: Tears of the Children introduces gamers into a new world of psychological horror and mystery. Along the way you’ll discover an area of the world long since forgotten and shrouded in mystery. You’ll find that the conspiracy theories surrounding the Nazis and Antarctica are indeed true, and that a deeper and darker secret lies within the ice caps of New Swabia, Antarctica.
We have a first update of WIP in-game screenshots of our first level - The Abandoned Outpost. A little about this level:
This is the first level in the game. You touch down on the icy planes of New Swabia, Antarctica to begin your mission. As you travel along a narrow path you'll soon find an abandoned outpost once used by the Nazis in WWII. You'll discover horrific scenes and look into the inhumane and bloody past that is New Swabia. But that's just the tip of the iceberg!
After exploring the various snow-covered cabins you'll discover that the outpost is not so much abandoned anymore. Someone has been secretly using the outpost to conduct the same experiments the Nazis experimented with back in WWII. Little do you know that just pass the outpost is where the real horror and terror lives!