Mortyr: 2093-1944 (Windows)

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In an alternate version of the 21st century, the Germans have taken over the world after winning World War II. The player is a scientist in the future and, with the help of a time machine, they travel back to the war to alter the outcome and find out how the Nazis managed to win it in the first place.

In this first-person shooter, the player encounters Hitler's SS troops and Wehrmacht infantry equipped with pistols, machine guns, bazookas, and more eccentric weapons in locations such as castles and ruined cities. Using the time machine, players also travel back to see the impact of their actions, such as with modern scenery and weapons. Vehicles, planes, and submarines are active game elements in a 3D world powered by Calaris' IC engine.

The game has lots of explicit violence and includes Nazi symbols, and German voice acting.


Mortyr: 2093-1944 Windows Die, nazi, die!
Mortyr: 2093-1944 Windows The "potato masher" stick hand grenades
Mortyr: 2093-1944 Windows Panzer tanks are shot best with a Panzerfaust rocket launcher!
Mortyr: 2093-1944 Windows Snipers hiding at a higher level of the castle

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Alternate Titles

  • "Мортир" -- Russian spelling

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User Reviews

An awful FPS! adam payne (18) 0.33 Stars0.33 Stars0.33 Stars0.33 Stars0.33 Stars
It tries to recreate the Wolfstein experience, and does so very welll, except for 1 thing, wolfenstein was fun. jeremy strope (171) unrated
Wolfeinstein 3D Has Nothing To Worry About... [BR]Gladiator (12) unrated
It's wolfenstein... with out all the thing that made it good. BlackNightmare (270) 1.17 Stars1.17 Stars1.17 Stars1.17 Stars1.17 Stars

Critic Reviews

Power Unlimited Mar, 1999 9.2 out of 10 92
Gambler Jun, 1999 81 out of 100 81
Secret Service / New S Service Apr, 1999 8 out of 10 80
Game Vortex 2000 80 out of 100 80
Absolute Games ( Jun 12, 1999 65 out of 100 65
Pelit Mar, 2000 62 out of 100 62
IGN Jan 13, 2000 5 out of 10 50
Shooterplanet Jan 16, 2005 39 out of 100 39
Game industry News (GiN) 2000 1.5 Stars1.5 Stars1.5 Stars1.5 Stars1.5 Stars 30
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Apr, 2000 1.5 Stars1.5 Stars1.5 Stars1.5 Stars1.5 Stars 30


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Covermount release

The full version of the game was given on Gamelive PC #20 (July 2002), a Spaniard magazine.


Sebastian Zielinski, credited as the lead programmer, was not officially involved in Mortyr. He is one of the founders of Calaris Studios, whose IC Engine was licensed for the game.

German index

The official demo version is banned in Germany because of Nazi symbols.

German version

All references to Nazis were removed in the German version; the player now fights against a sect named "Chronotec". A detailed list of changes can be found on (German).


A stained glass windows in a 1944 Berlin cathedral bears an image of a woman in a bikini. The same woman in the same pose is also on a poster in a disco in the year 2093. Considering as how all the propaganda posters in 2093 appear to be of the production team, does this mean that the bikini woman is the wife/girlfriend of one of the creators or is this just another aspect of the time travel "story"?


Despite very poor reviews abroad, the game was almost universally acclaimed by Polish press, and ads ran for the game called it "a hit on a global scale!" and "the most important event of the year".

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MAT (191877) added Mortyr: 2093-1944 (Windows) on Mar 25, 2000