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Mar 26, 2012 | 10:47 AM EDT
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The Director's Cut version of RAPTUS has been released for the International Day for the elimination of violence against women. Find out more at

RAPTUS is an experimental INTERACTIVE FICTION that explores the concepts of Love and Death. What are you going to do with your own Guiltiness?
Can a single mistake destroy everything that you have?
How far would you go, to make up for your sins?
Love is a one-way street. Just like Death.

Mouse to bend character will.
Arrows to make him decide.
The illusion of free will.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a great game. It has a real meaning, albeit with a few darker notes thown in..for example, once you meet her and walk away together, there is a skeleton left behind.. A indicator to the murder? Or simply a reminder that death and guilt lingers, no matter how hard you try to escape it? I look forward to seeing your future works.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is awesome. It's one of those games that makes you think. It may not have much "gameplay" or whatever you want to call it, but the story is amazing and the music makes it more sentimental. Really deserves to be recognized as a good-- or great-- game instead of being trashed on by people who just don't care and can't appreciate a great dramatic, emotional, and lovely story.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Ehhh....not much of a game. I dug the music and the idea but it was not much fun.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

you can not really chose much of anything.would of been better if you choose to kill her or not

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AlanZucconi responds:

I intentionally decided not to make the player able to take that decision.
The idea is to force you every second deeper into something that you might not want to.
And, eventually, to let you decide what to "do with your own guiltiness". :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great job. This is a game that makes you use empathy. It really makes you look down inside yourself. Could have used a few more decisions, but it's a very great game either way. Beautiful setup along with soulful background music are part of the reason why I love this game. I look forward to seeing more. Peace on you.