DescriptionThis game casts the player into the role of a Japanese sex maniac. He is a young man from a rich and powerful family, who likes spending his time molesting pretty girls on trains and in other public places. After an unsuccessful molesting attempt, the protagonist gets arrested. Now his mind is bent on revenge, and his goal is clear: to stalk and eventually to rape Aoi, the girl who had him arrested, as well as her mother and her little sister.
RapeLay is comprised of a series of still pictures with text - till the part where you begin seducing the girls. You interact with the girl using the mouse cursor, and can choose which body parts you want to touch, which position to have, etc. After having completed the story mode, you can freely rape the girls in any location of the game. There is a mode that allows you to have sex with several girls at a time, or to rape a girl together with up to five computer-controlled "friends". There is also a "movie-making" mode, which makes it possible to create movies by combining different sexual techniques.
- "电车之狼2" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
Part of the Following Groups
|I don’t want to rape women either, but my fantasy and my reality are as equally important to me||lasttoblame (393)|
|If you believe playing FPSes turns you into a school shooter, stay away from this.||Celine-sama (29)|
The Press Says
|Absolute Games (AG.ru)||Dec 28, 2006||20 out of 100||20|
|HonestGamers||May 27, 2006||1 out of 10||10|
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TriviaThere is violence in RapeLay, but only as part of the storyline that you cannot influence. As part of his plan to coerce the family of women into becoming his willing sex slaves, the "hero" punches them in the stomach (which is accompanied by the appropriate sound effect). However, at no time at all during the game-playable portions is the option available to strike or beat any of the women.
Related Web Sites
- Awful Anime review (A humorous review on Something Awful)
- Rapelay virtual rape game banned by Amazon (article in the Telegraph (13th February 2009))
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