Trap for Winners

Trap For Winners is a gripping sci-fi interactive thriller with tabletop elements from indie game studio Prime Games (developer of the impressive Dust and Salt series), that lets you shape your own character and his morality. The fate of a conquered alien world is in your hands.

YOU are Steve Harrison, an undercover agent for the Department of Foreign Civilizations, dispatched to an enemy homeworld. After a devastating war with an alien race, Earth has emerged victorious and has occupied the hostile planet Dorya. But not all is at it seems…

As a part of Earth’s Occupying Corps, you will have to investigate the suspicious circumstances that have shaped the course of the war. You will have to balance between the pursuit of knowledge and securing your superiors’ favor; between suppressing violent rebels and your conscience. And what you discover just might change Earth’s destiny forever.

With 120 decision points and over 300 options to choose from, Trap for Winners lets you shape your character and write your personal story among the stars.


  • Discover the truth about the war between Earth and a hostile alien race.
  • Balance between your prestige with the military and your reputation amongst the conquered species.
  • Engage in dangerous mini-game missions with your combat speeder.
  • Navigate complex moral choices… and live with the consequences.
  • Master 3 levels of difficulty and 6 character archetypes.
  • Robust checkpoint system – because the ‘five-finger bookmark’ is so 80s!

Based on the 1997 gamebook of the same name written by Michael Mindcrime (Bulgarian author Dimitar Dafovski), Trap For Winners also includes reimagined colour versions of the original black & white artwork created by Ivaylo Ivanchev.

Trap for Winners is now available for PC and Mac via Steam, with Android and iOS versions planned for the near future. Head to the Prime Games website for information about all of their interactive adventures for both desktop and mobile.

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