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Nibiru: Age of Secrets Spoilers

Welcome to the new Computer Game Spoilers section of my gaming website. I added this section because I recently received questions about the plots of two different games which, to my surprise and embarrassment, I had totally forgotten the answers to. Then, to my further surprise, I was unable to find any existing website that would refresh my memory about the plots of computer games... lots of puzzle solutions, but no basic plot summaries.

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So I figured I'd better write some of them down while they're still fresh in my mind, just in case I or anybody else wants to refer to them at some point in the future (or in case anybody suffers a major game glitch and just wants to know what was supposed to happen in the end-- I get letters like this from time to time.) If you haven't finished Nibiru: Age of Secrets yet and you don't want the plot of this game to be revealed to you, then you don't want to read this page. Please go back to my main Nibiru: Age of Secrets page, where I give tips and reviews without giving away any of its plot.

But if you are looking for plot spoilers, just scroll further down the page to find them!













Plot Summary

The plot of this game never does make much sense to be honest (at least not in the English language version.) Martin, a graduate student of linguistics and archaeology, is asked by his uncle, a famous professor, to meet a colleague of his in Prague about an exciting discovery the professor wants him to investigate. Unfortunately when he gets there, the colleague has been murdered. After some exploring and puzzling, you eventually get captured by some Nazis, but one of them lets Martin escape by giving him a knife. However, they have murdered his uncle. More exploring and more puzzles, and eventually it appears that the Nazi scientists had discovered the secret to eternal life, which must be why they are still alive and well even though the head scientist must be more than 100 years old. And the secret has something to do with Mayans and aliens, and possibly the imaginary new-age planet Nibiru, though that's never actually mentioned in the game. Eventually the main Nazi antagonist shoots Martin and grabs a magic stone that is part of the eternal-life thing, but it causes him to disintegrate and Martin to be healed. And that's the end.

Character Subplots and Secrets

Stasek: Martin met this man named Stasek who was helped him sneak into the Nazi mine. But the man he met was actually the main Nazi villain in disguise. Martin discovers the body of the real Stasek in a storage locker.

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