Think of the most evil and manipulative ways to get Allura just where they want her
Place traps and then lure your enemies to them with your wicked charms
Set up your traps via a full-view map of the castle
Play in Story Mode or Survival Mode, plus enjoy an even deeper story
when you play in the Bones Story Mode
Trapt is another installment in Tecmo's excellent "Deception" series where you use traps to dispatch foes (some old elements of the series even make appearances here).
The basic premise here is setting up traps within a room to form combos, thus eliminating enemies in very fashionable and painful ways since you have no weapons at your disposal.
You have can have up to 9 traps at time; there are 3 traps each for ceiling, wall, and floor.
These different traps can work together in various brutal ways such as having a floor trap to send someone flying into the path of a wall trap, like a spinning blade that sends them shooting across the room, then finish them off by having something like a large fiery boulder fall and crush him/her.
There are also room traps such as large ovens, rolling spikes, electrocution chairs, iron maidens, crucifying wheels, and many more that can be used in conjunction with your traps.
The more combos you rake up, the more Wharl you get to buy new traps, rooms, and expensive costumes. However, by far the coolest traps are the "Dark Illusion" ones.
These are kind of hidden traps you must set up and do an insane amount of damage aside from looking beautifully painful in their custom cut-scenes.
An example of one is the "Man Eating Music Box" located in the very first area where you can lure an enemy into a giant music box that crushes the victim between large gears before being tossed out lifeless.
Yes, the game can be gruesome, but not overly so; there isn't a ton of blood, and limbs stay attached.