The King is dead. His daughter, Princess Selena, is set to take the crown. But something is wrong. Murder, backstabbing, and visions of extinction threaten to bring ruin to all that is good. And at the heart of it all is a tale of personal tragedy and lost love.
You are a Truthsayer. Yours is the ability to tell if someone is lying. With your mentor dead, it is up to you to protect the Princess when she arrives in your hometown for her coronation. But a secretive old crone and her foul-mouthed pixie assistant have different plans for you.
With a newly learned ability to uncover secrets and use them to your own advantage, you are tasked with getting close to Princess Selena to save her from her darkness. But to achieve that, you must practice by getting close to the women in town. Real close.
And as you venture towards your destiny, someone is watching you closely...
Do you like Persona? Do you like Ace Attorney? There are elements of both in this game. You have a limited number of in-game days to prepare yourself for the Princess' arrival. Each day allows you to take three separate actions. Your choice of actions will dictate whether or not you are ready when the Princess finally arrives, so choose wisely. Carefully balance the various aspects of your life, such as practicing your spellcasting, improving your abilities, building relationships, earning money, and so on. Don't worry, there is no grinding in this game, and every action will be meaningful.
While doing all this, you also have to uncover the deepest, darkest secrets of the girls in town so that you can affect them with your spells. When you feel confident that you have figured out a girl's secrets, confront her and reveal the knowledge you have uncovered at the precise time needed for maximum effect.
Long Live the Princess is not a linear game, and you might very well end up failing in your quest. Replaying will allow you to keep some of your abilities from the previous playthrough, increasing your chances of success the second time around. Can you find all the game's secrets?
Long Live the Princess version 0.22.0 is now available for download.
This update is a little different from usual. There is just one more regular scene with no noteworthy story development. Instead, the focus is on the new roaming characters feature that I've promised since the beginning of this game's development. It's nothing too fancy, and it's nowhere near complete, but this is a good beginning.
Roaming characters means that you will now start to see some girls in different places than you're used to. Interaction with them is limited when they're not in their regular location, but it does add variety and makes the world feel more alive. It also keeps things a little unpredictable. Some characters that previously used to be available almost all the time might now be busy occasionally. It can also go the other way. For example, you will now have the opportunity to make Evelyn available more often in the afternoons.
Because of the nature of some of these new scenes, you might not see a few of them at all if you've passed day 60, and you might miss out on others if you have reached Primrose's arrest event. This is a feature that's meant to be experienced from the beginning of the game, not as an additional thing to explore once you've exhausted all other content. From now on, the game will start making more assumptions about time. Anything past day 60 can be assumed to be outside the scope of the game, though it's perfectly fine to continue playing for as many days as you like until the endgame is implemented.
In addition to the roaming characters, this update also fixes a record amount of bugs, some of which have been lurking in the shadows for a while. If you've been following this game for a while, you'll know that bugs aren't exactly commonplace in my releases. That doesn't mean LLtP is immune to them, and we're facing the consequences of that this time around.
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Version 0.23.0 has now been released for subscribers at the $5 level and up. Since subscribers are given a 1-month head start, that means this version will become publicly available on September 5th. This release will include any hotfixes that may be created before that time.
Updated to the latest version of Ren'py. If you run into any issues because of this, please let me know.
You may once again visit the Leanan Sídhe for "romance."
The writing room at the library is now open for business.
Expanded an existing sex scene considerably with several different variations.
Slightly expanded remove inhibitions content for a certain character.
Hovering over a locked scene in the gallery will now provide a hint for how to unlock it.
Added a new musical track.
Livened up the intro with some more music.
Evelyn will no longer show up at the training grounds if she has left town.
Long Live the Princess version 0.21.0 is now available for download.
This month we're going all over the place. No girl receives more than one new scene, but instead, we have new scenes with the Leanan Sídhe, the Fairy Queen, and Erato. Additionally, I have touched up another early scene with Nell, and there is a brand new spell, whose effects you'll have to play the update to find out. Suffice to say, it's going to have a dramatic impact on the end game.
There's not much more to say about this update, so I'm going to let you get at it now.
Expanded the Fairy Queen bathing scene for those who have completed her training.
Expanded the Erato sex scene.
Revamped visuals and improved animation for Nell's handjob scene in the tent.
Added a new spell that affects a large number of existing sex scenes.
Major revision to ability score mechanics to support new events in this update, as well as for New Game+ once that is added to the game.
Various tweaks and fixes.
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SubscribeStar is pretty new and unexplored territory for me. If we reach this goal, it will clearly demonstrate that this is a platform I should take very seriously for both LLtP and future projects, and I will move more of my focus here instead of other platforms.