Game "Crime and punishment. Who framed Raskolnikov"

Game "Crime and punishment. Who framed Raskolnikov"
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  • Release date:
    03 June 2010
  • Operating system:
    Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
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  • Graphics card:
    256Mb, DirectX 9
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Game description

In the year 2058, the event of the century that Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky foresaw and described in his novel "Crime and Punishment" took place. Two of the best GIA agents intend to investigate the murder of an unhappy old centenarian. They face a difficult task - they want to find out what exactly drove Rodion Raskolnikov to such a terrible act. The agents even consider the possibility that Rodion happened to be in this apartment completely by accident, or took the role of the perpetrator of the crime, but is not the one who really wished the old woman dead.

The detectives are determined to get answers to their questions, so they set off for 1866. There they intend to conduct an investigation using the most innovative technology. You can take part in an amazing adventure - to walk through St. Petersburg in Dostoevsky's time and talk to the characters of the famous novel. You will be able to understand the confusing plot, discover the necessary evidence, because you will be the one who will either finally destroy Raskolnikov, sending him to hard labor, or save him from a sad fate.

The authors of the game very accurately recreated those times. The locations are decorated with paintings by famous Russian artists, besides, it's very interesting to visit the inn where Raskolnikov and Marmeladov once talked, walk through Sennaya Square, look into the room of the main character. But when you visit all these memorable places, don't forget that you're not just a tourist, you're a person who needs to find some items. The key ones are a feather, a letter, and a candlestick. With their help, you will be able to recreate the novel and reread it, finding the answer to the question that bothered Raskolnikov.