Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess coming to Switch, PC on December 23

1999-released board game spin-off returns.

Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess

CFK will release Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess, which first launched for PlayStation in January 1999, for Switch via the Nintendo eShop for $14.99 and PC via Steam for $9.99 on December 23, the publisher announced. It will support English, Japanese, and Korean language options. In Japan, the Switch version will launch on December 12.

Here is an overview of the game, via CFK:

Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess is a spin-off of the masterpiece simulation game Princess Maker series. It features three characters who appeared in the first three Princess Maker games, as well as one original main character (daughter). It is a simulation board game where the player takes on the role of one of the four girls, and enjoys adventures and various events to become a princess.

Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess has been faithfully remastered and updated for Switch and Steam with the charming characters and worldview of the Princess Maker series.

The player will be tasked with completing a variety of quests and events to take a step closer to becoming a princess. The various elements of the Princess Maker series have been remade as they are. To become a princess, the character can to be nurtured through various events, education, and part-time jobs that take place in various places such as the kingdom, forest, desert, waterfall, icebergs, and volcano. Players can also interfere with each other through a battle using dice.

Like the Princess Maker series, there are multiple endings. The future of the main character is determined by the growth and event.

Up to four players can play together. The Switch version supports local multiplayer using Joy-Cons, and the Steam version supports online multiplayer enjoy with players far away.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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