The year is 1945 and Batterie Vogelnest, better known as the Tirpitz position, is almost ready. You have 60 minutes to solve the traces and riddles of the former prisoners that have been laid out to escape, find the secret plans and escape before the prisoner transport arrives.
The story behind
Tirpitz is a World War II defense position consisting of two bunkers, which were part of the Atlantic Wall, built by the German occupying forces along the shores of the North Sea
The Tirpitz position, together with Batteri Grådyb on Fanø, was to secure the entrance to Esbjerg. The position was to be ready for operation by September 1945..
However, the bridges in the area could not carry the two 111-ton cannon tubes and therefore the bunker construction was not completed upon liberation on 5 May 1945.
The cannon bunker should have been mounted with two 38 cm cannon tubes, mounted in double affutage on an armored tower. The pipes were originally developed for battleships of the Bismarck class, where one of the two ships was named Tirpitz