Once, where this school now stands, was an
And on this very floor stood a very simple girl. The
everyday, ordinary kind of girl...
One day she had a little accident... She slipped,
fell, and cracked open her head.
The damage was extensive. Cerebral fluid and blood
There was so much, her body almost floated in the pool
Anyone could tell she was dead just from a glance.
She calmly stood up and muttered... "More... more..."
She then cackled maniacally... and vanished.
Even now, in this new school... She wanders...
December 17th, 1992, a Japanese group called
ASCII released a program titled RPG Tkool Dante
98 for the Japanese exclusive home system known
as NEC PC-9801 which allowed people to develop
their own role-playing games. They further
promoted their tool by publishing a monthly
magazine titled LOGIN Sofcom where amateur
developers could submit their creations. On
April 22nd, 1996, an adventure game called
CORPSE-PARTY was published in the Spring 1996
edition of LOGIN Sofcom No.6. It was made by a
22-year-old college student by the name of
Makoto Kedouin, who typically stylizes his
surname as Kedwin. On February 26th, 1997,
Kedwin won second place in the Second Annual
ASCII ENTERTAINMENT competition, netting him 5
million yen [$61,675.00 USD]. It'd be nine years
before the world saw CORPSE-PARTY again. On
October 3rd, 2006, a retelling of the Corpse
Party story was released for the mobile phone
under the title Corpse Party: New Chapter. This
new version would later be ported to the PC as
Corpse Party BloodCovered and once again to the
PSP as Corpse Party BloodCovered ...Repeated
During this time, an anonymous member of a
Japanese message board took it upon himself to
faithfully recreate the original PC-98 version
of CORPSE-PARTY in RPG Tkool XP as CORPSE PARTY
-Rebuilded-. Fast forward to April 22nd, 2012,
an American group called "Memories of Fear"
translated his RPG Tkool XP recreation of CORPSE
PARTY and released it to the public as CORPSE
PARTY -Rebuilt-. After 16 years, the
English-speaking community can get a chance to
experience the classic version of CORPSE-PARTY
for the very first time.
If you are having problems, please read on HOW TO INSTALL
the fan game.
Latest version: Version 1.0e
Foreign Language Versions