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Princess Maker Refine

Bliss Brain Corporation, who jointly released the iconic Wonder Boy Collection in the West recently, is pleased to announce a big and pivotal update for “Princess Maker Refine“, which is  available now on Steam as a stand alone game.

Building to Perfection
“Princess Maker” pioneered the social simulation genre, with an innovative system in which the player raises a young girl. The player takes care of a 10 year old girl, raising her to maturity with love and devotion. The title has been highly praised for its original, unprecedented ideas and content, and it remains popular to this day.

About Princess Maker Refine – Colourful
The  impressive Refine edition features a repainted version of the graphics, which were limited to 16 colours in the original. It also features voice acting for all characters in the game, not just the adopted daughter. Spend happy days with your daughter, who is cuter than ever before with full voice and colour.

Raise her in the palm of your hand
You are a war hero who saved the kingdom from the brink of destruction by a demon army. Weary of death and destruction, you decide to raise a war orphan as your own daughter.

Her dream is to become a princess. You must educate this innocent girl and raise her to be a respectable woman. Her future happiness and prosperity are dependent on your efforts.

The love you give to her and her dreams will eventually become something beautiful…Her dream is to become a princess.

Features an added opening cinematic sequence by designer Takami Akai.
An original opening cinematic sequence has been added to “Princess Maker”, produced by Yonago GAINAX under the leadership of the original GAINAX “Princess Maker” designer: Takami Akai.
As a war hero, the player will see their anxious daughter come to visit, watch her look forward to their life together, and envision her future. These are some of the scenes in the cinematics  that appeal to the player’s fatherly instincts.

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