An antique dealer, a history teacher who became a grave digger in order to make a living, and a young man who drove over with his friends wishing to hang out and relax at the seaside—all these people cast their lot with a town called Aksaypolis. An ancient town, both mysterious and dangerous.
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Release Date:
Dec 19, 2018

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January 5

Quick update

This is a quick update to fix the errors found.
List of updates:
  • Changed interface functionality. Now fast forward is removed to the right-bottom corner.
  • Added a background for displaying Nick's notes for better text perception.
  • Fixed scrolling bug in Nick's notes.
  • The first chapter returned the missing dialogues.
  • Fixed text clipping.
  • Returned missing scenes.
  • Fixed problems with saving in chapter 4
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January 3

Atrocity Chapter 4 is now available!

Hi everyone!
The fourth chapter of Atrocity is now available in Steam.
We also fixed a few found bugs and errors in the translation.
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About This Game


Lives of several ordinary people are at the center of the story.
Robert is a schoolteacher who can make some money by robbing ancient graves.
Joe is a regular guy who went on a fascinating trip to the seaside, together with his girlfriend and other friends.
Andrew is an antique dealer who settled down in an old fire tower opening his store in it.
They all came to Aksaypolis at different times and for various reasons. Yet their lives got entangled because of the dangerous mysteries that are still present in this place. Each of them got exposed to some mystical effects, so if they want to stay alive, they must figure out what to do without losing control of their being. The force that is paramount in Aksaypolis is pitiless. They can confront it only if they stand together.


This rather humble provincial town on the seaside is, in fact, one of the world’s oldest settlements. Long before humans invented the wheel, some peoples who names did not survive in history erected their sacrificial altars here in order to perform their abominable rituals.
Eras, people, millenniums passed here. Ancient Greeks who gave the town its name lived here, just as numerous nomad tribes which kept fighting each other in the never-ending war for the control of the steppe. And the Necropolis of Aksaypolis expanded more and more, each time reminding people that they should not disturb forces which humans cannot grasp.
Even in the 20th century, at the height of human progress and development, the authorities making the decision to create a modern industrial center here built a large industrial area. But people have never lived in any of the new buildings. Just as no one has ever worked in the workrooms of the huge plant shaped as a pentagram. What remains here today are the carcass frames of the buildings partially submerged in the swampland—and locals have been avoiding this site for half a century.

Special Features

Atrocity is a visual novella which interweaves lives of several people in a dramatic plot.
  • You will be able to change the plot: there are several endings to the game story, and each of your choices during the game may make the final outcome very different.
  • Realistic graphics – we tried to create totally believable characters. Plus to recreate for you the atmosphere of Aksaypolis’ mysterious realm.
  • Comprehensive content: dozens of images for the characters and the backgrounds, many arts and hundreds of thousands of text symbols.

Project Development

After the launch of the first two chapters (It's four chapters released now), we plan to release each of the next chapters within one or two following weeks. Content for all chapters is already available, and now we are involved in its translation and assembly.
Each new chapter will be available to users who have bought the game, immediately after its release.
On top of the main plot, we will create several free plot branches which will provide more information about Aksaypolis’ ancient history.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: Frequent Violence, Strong Language.

System Requirements

SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
    • Processor: 2+ Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible card
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Processor: 2+ Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible card
    • Storage: 500 MB available space

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