Mission Europe is a language course for beginners that consists of three mystery adventures: Mission Berlin, Misja Kraków and Mission Paris. Challenge yourself and learn German with Mission Berlin! [English Version]
Mission Berlin 26 – Time Trial
Once she reaches 2006, Anna tells Paul they have to jam the machine. But they need a code. Anna follows the music and then the woman in red arrives. Will "die Chefin" stop Anna, who is so close to reaching her goal?
Anna is back in 2006 and shows Paul the rusty key that is supposed to jam ... blockieren ... the machine. But the machine needs a code. Anna tries the notes contained in DACHFEG's name. Then the woman in red appears and demands the key but Anna sticks it in the machine and enters the code. Will the woman in red stop the destruction of the machine? Or will she, like the machine, become history?
Mission Berlin 25 – Spanner in the Works
Time is running out and Anna bids farewell to Paul before she goes to November 9, 2006. Once she's there she'll only have five minutes. Will it be enough?
With only minutes left to complete the mission, the player tells Anna to use the pandemonium to her advantage and to make a quiet exit. But she doesn't want to go without saying a proper goodbye to Paul. Anna does her game save and realises the rusty key is needed to solve the mystery. The music is the other. But can she get back in time to save the day? She only has 5 minutes to successfully complete her mission.
Mission Berlin 24 – Ticking Clock
Anna retrieves the metal case hidden back in 1961 but can't open it because it's rusty. When she does manage to open it, she finds an old key. Is this the key to the mystery?
Time is flying and Anna has to open the metal case. But the player warns her not to do it in front of others. She opens it and finds a rusty old key. Now she has to return to 2006 so she can stop the woman in red. But does she have enough time?
Mission Berlin 23 – See You Later
Anna hitches a ride on the back of a scooter to get to Bernauer Straße. Her helper is Emre Ogur who wishes her luck in Berlin. But will she need more than that to escape the woman in red and find the hidden metal case?
The player tells Anna to get a ride to Bernauer Straße as time is running out. She hitches a ride on the back of a scooter ridden by a young man, the future inspector Emre Ogur. But just after Anna runs into Heidrun Drei and Paul, the woman in red arrives. Paul and Heidrun Drei's husband Robert throw chunks of the wall at her. In the meantime, Anna gets away to go and retrieve the metal case. But will it still be there after all these years?
Mission Berlin 22 – Keep on Moving
Anna is taken to 1989 and arrives in a city going wild over the fall of the wall. She needs to move through the crowds to get hold of the hidden metal case. Will she make it?
Just as Anna is about to leave for 1989, the bikers appear. The woman in red tells her gang it is imperative that they find ... finden ... Anna. And she wants Anna alive ... lebendig. Anna gets into the time machine and goes back to Berlin in 1989 just as the city is going wild over the fall of the wall. But she's at the Brandenburg Gate where everyone's partying and she has to get to Bernauer Straße. With 30 minutes to go, can she move quickly enough through the crowd of millions in a once divided city?
Mission Berlin 21 – Meanwhile in 2006
Anna goes back to 2006 to find that pastor Kavalier has been kidnapped by the woman in red. As there is no way of discovering the pastor's whereabouts, she sets off for November 9, 1989, the night the Berlin Wall fell.
Back in 2006, Paul tells her that the priest has disappeared ... verschwunden. The woman in red has kidnapped him. Paul obviously knows more about Pastor Kavalier and the time machine, but there is no time to discuss it. She agrees to go to the evening of November 9, 1989 when an enraptured Berlin is celebrating the fall of the Wall. She wants to retrieve the case amidst all the commotion.
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Definitely the best "learn German" podcast ever. So much fun. The story and the phrases stick with me years later. I wish they made more of these...lots more
Great Story very suspenseful and fun
I wish I could find this kind of adventure story in Spanish...maybe Ana could go to Mexico next time...