I believe, like me, everyone is wanting to be a princess deep down in our heart. It’s a long-lived imagination that I have had since I was a little girl. Of course not all of us, like me, again, are born in a royal family. It's just not my destiny I guess. But i find a way to be a princess without ruining a real kingdom by my stupid decision. Play a game about it. Luckily, there are several games I found where we all can be the princess we always wanted to be. Here we go:
1. Chess of Blades is a BxB title that sees the player in the shoes of Rivian, an introvert who is told by his high-ranking father to attend an extravagant five-day festival in his place. As soon as Rivian gets there, he meets a colorful cast of characters who all catch Rivian’s attention, for better or for worse. However, when a crime is committed on the second day of festivities, Rivian finds himself stuck right in the middle. He decided it might be the best to get to know the people around him and find out what’s going, or else he might find himself at the end of someone’s sword.
Each route has a different crime that Rivian and his potential romance interest need to solve. All of them are intriguing and keep you on the edge of your seat wondering what’s going to happen next. There are three main routes and a secret one. So, if you’re wondering what kind of adventures these men will take Rivian on, then you might want to check out Chess of Blades.
The game does have an 18+ patch readily available if that’s something you’re interested in!
2. If you’ve played any game in the Princess Maker series, then Long Live the Queen is a modern version of those games. Much like in those games, you’re trying to raise the central character to be the best queen she can be or die trying.
In Long Live the Queen, you play as a fourteen-year-old girl who must step up and take the crown after her mother’s untimely death. Of course, everyone around you is also vying for the position of ruler, so they’ll do whatever it takes—even if that means killing a child.
Your goal is to make it to your coronation day. In order to do that, you need to build your stats and do events. Depending on your stats, you might just make it out of that event alive. Your stats will also dictate the path your character will go down: will you become a bloodthirsty ruler or a peaceful queen whose followers will sing praises about across generations? That’s for you to decide!
3. In My Vow to My Liege, you play as FuChai, the new king of Ng. However, in reality, you’re the Princess of Wu, who was forced to live as her brother after an attempt to break their ties with the Dragon God went horribly wrong, resulting in her brother’s death. While she lives a lie, she’s on a mission to finish off the Dragon God before it can claim her life and everyone else’s.
Of course, there are four men who’ll be by FuChai’s side as she tries to navigate ruling a country and completing her mission. If you’re familiar with ancient Chinese history, you’ll recognize the name FuChai, as he was the last king of the Wu kingdom. The game decides to take a few liberties by building an alternative historical story surrounding a female FuChai and the events at the time. If you like Hakuoki, games that take place in a historical setting, or even visual novels that feature gore (which this game has a lot of for an otome title), then you’ll enjoy your time with My Vow to My Liege.
There’s one more, I’ve been playing this for quite a time now because it’s addictive. It’s called Memories Interactive An Indonesian otome game where you can be not only a princess in a series called RWC (Red White Cinderella) which an interesting Indonesian folklore in a modern setting, but also a lot other more stories you can enjoy. Be a fashion star, be a vampire or be in a magic school. You can download here if you’re using Android or here if you’re using iOS