Rule the world or die trying!Being a Princess is not an easy job. Being a Queen is even harder. Especially when you're only fourteen years old, and the reason you've inherited the throne is that your royal mother has just met an untimely end.Now power is up for grabs.
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Veröffentlichung: 8. Nov. 2013

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“Each time the protagonist dies, you find yourself coming back with a vengeance, determined to try a new strategy, a different approach to her upbringing. It's borderline addictive. It's also likely to make a monster out of you. By the end of my first successful playthrough, I had summarily butchered everyone who even thought about looking at us funny, forced the princess into a continuous state of docility and lied my way through every social encounter possible. Was it evil? Yes. Was it glorious? Definitely.”

“Somehow it never occurred to my princess, whom I’d lovingly crafted into a tense, paranoid warlord, that she shouldn’t empty a box of mysterious mailcandy into her mouth. You would think studying poison and espionage would have saved me from this espionage poison, but instead, a list of other skills, skills I never studied, princess skills, were key to avoiding this fate. I guess that’s the lesson: you can’t build a successful Arya without adding a little Sansa.”

“If you’re the sort who can sink your teeth into a full afternoon of tabletop strategy, you’ll be happy here. Long Live The Queen is a slow-paced, cozy evening kind of game, good for folks who like numbers and critical thinking. And death. Pink frosted, chubby cheeked death.”
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Rule the world or die trying!

Being a Princess is not an easy job. Being a Queen is even harder. Especially when you're only fourteen years old, and the reason you've inherited the throne is that your royal mother has just met an untimely end.

Now power is up for grabs. You may be the official heir, but much of the country's nobility would love to steal the throne for themselves. Aggressive neighbors will take advantage of any weakness to enlarge their borders at your expense. And that's not even mentioning the magical dangers which are lying in wait...

Can you survive long enough to reach your coronation?



Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Betriebssystem: XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Prozessor: 1.2 Ghz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 256 MB RAM
    • Betriebssystem: 10.4+
    • Betriebssystem: x86 or compatible processor
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2 von 2 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
21.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. März
Long live the queen is an mix of Visual Novel and Statsimulation. You rule as princess and upcoming queen your future Kingdom, train your knowledge about serveral disciplines and try not to die. So let's get started:


- nice art
- challenging stat system
- serveral diffrent endings
- lots of choices wich really matters
- you write almost your own story


- Music can be anoying when u play it servaral times
- No CGs
- try and error principe can be frustrating

The story is almost unwritten. You can choose so many pathes and choices and its up to your stats what they causes. So you are almost free in any decision you choose. But a basic storyline can be told: You are Elodie Princess of Nova. You are 14 years old. Your mother has died not long ago. Your father the King of Nova prepares you for your coronation wich will be after your 15th birthday. That's 40 Weeks from now on. And that's the basic story!

You have 40 Weeks to train until your coronation. While you are choosing your path through your own story there are basic events wich are not be triggerd by your choices. You will find out when these events are coming up. If they are coming up u must have an specific value of skillpoints in specific skills so you can succsesfull complete the action. If you are not succesfull there are two ways it ends: First - you die. Second - you miss a chance and going through another Path. So it's all about your stats and how much points you have in specific stats at specific points in the Game. So it's all about trying! The Endings are also biuld by your actions. Will you be a good or evil queen? Will you be healty or sick? Will you live in freedom or war? Will you use magic or not? And: Will you be alive and reach your coronation? These are a few parts of the person you could be.

Long live the Queen more an simulation then an VN. You are the one who creates the story at least. This is something wich makes very much fun but you habe also do many try an error before you'll maybe get an result you want. So you spend many time to play this game and finish it completly. That's one of the big points of this Game. Whats a liitle bit sad is the lack of CGs while the story goes along. That's something i really missed. But if you see the gameplay an the many choices this gives you, you'll be exited! Its an Game wich makes so much fun and is in my opinion a must have for every fan of VNs!

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115 von 119 Personen (97 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
4.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2015
Note: Don't be fooled by the lack of hours on record as I have played the game offline.

You might not believe me if I say this, but if Dark Souls had a visual novel translation, this game won't be far from it. You will die, and die, and die all over again. (unless you cheat and search for walkthroughs/guides, of course)

Game Details

Game play: Basically a story-driven visual novel with multiple paths that often lead to your character's demise. Most of the time, things will be different depending on the choices you make and the parameters you build as the story progresses. This is where the visual novel-feel kicks in. You save, die, maybe replay from the start or from your save, change a few patterns, then die again, think of relying for a guide and feel miserable for spoiling yourself.

Graphics: Cutie-ish interface and outright anime-style character designs. Some of the fonts and the menu buttons doesn't feel right to me as I would prefer cleaner, crisper finish, but then again, this game is made to make a cute appeal to its gamers. I mean, have you ever seen a cuter way of interpreting a "death by tentacle" scene aside from this?

Audio: Serene piano BGMs hit me hard on the spot, and there are tons of them to hear in this game.

The Verdict

This is a very well-made visual novel that has the anime style charm and a very deep story that is thoroughly translated through a complex and multi-ended game play.

If you are asking if this game is worth its value, my answer is "Yes, it is worth it".

If you would like to see more recommended games that is worth the value you are paying, please visit my other reviews, or follow our curator group at Good Games Giveaways & Reviews.
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57 von 59 Personen (97 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
83 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
3.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. November 2015
Some kid challenged me to a sword duel. I vaporized him on the spot with my level 100 magic.
I'm a pretty princess.
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48 von 51 Personen (94 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
18.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2015
I came to this game via the Humble Bundle and I figured it couldn't hurt to try it out as a free accompaniment to that game with the plethora of potential pigeon partnerships. I was expecting a cute little time-sink that I probably wouldn't play more than twice. The art style seemed simplistic and reminiscent of Magical Girl anime, and so I figured the gameplay would mirror that light-hearted lack of depth and character. How wrong I was..

I can't really put it better than RockPaperShotgun did in describing this game as "a Sansa Stark simulator" (you can read the remainder of their brilliant and detailed review here - ). Rather than a game of frills and frippery, I was suddenly plunged into a very maturely crafted world of political espionage, assassination, murder, magic, torture, civil war and straight-up cruelty that I never would have expected.

The game starts you off gently by introducing your newly christened Crown Princess to a host of potential suitors and courtly situations in a genial and cartoonish manner that only serves to further highlight the harsh realities that quickly become apparent, as your new Queen-to-be moves from a childish attempt to control her situation into very real dangers and political turmoil where survival is almost out of reach.. all while still struggling to act like the respectable monarch she has in no way been tutored to resemble. What's more, the various methods of near-certain death are flawlessly executed (pun certainly intended) to the point where the game even has a special gallery and achievement list devoted to your multiple royal demises.

Should you actually manage to survive beyond the first couple of months in power, the dangers arrayed against you grow oppressively dark and encroach with ever-greater speed, even as you begin to unlock secrets and hidden power in a desperate attempt to meet them. Ware, lest you become a monster yourself in the process. But of course there's an achievement for that as well.

Highly recommended, and at full price.
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48 von 58 Personen (83 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
47 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
18.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2015
played for about an hour just to get shot at a party - 10/10 IGN
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