The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince

released on May 31, 2018

The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince follows the tale of two lonely hearts brought together through a mutal misunderstanding. In it, you control the wolf, disguised as a princess, who guides the blind prince through a perilous forest in search of the witch capable of restoring his sight. The forest is home to a number of hostile creatures intent on ending your journey prematurely, as well as hazardous traps that put the prince in danger.

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I was excited to play this game when I first saw the trailer cause the art style really caught my eye as well as the plot.

What I got was a game I can walk away from and say was good. Gameplay wise its nothing special, its extremely simple puzzle stuff, but its not bad by any means.

The game makes up for this with its story telling, style, and characters though. Everyone is pretty simple but I liked the interactions the Prince & Princess had with each other, was very cute and or funny.

That ending is pretty bittersweet though.

This game is worth it if you want something short, simple, and cozy. Though, I'd wait for a sale, $20 is a bit too much for it imho.

The gameplay can be a bit tedious but everything else is fine, nothing is great but nothing is bad. Visual style is the best part. I've heard the sequel improves on stuff so I'm looking forward to that

The story was sweet, but the playthrough felt tedious after awhile.

Cute, simple, charming little indie title.

It is what it is.

An amazing storybook adventure with a lot of lovely secrets and heartwarming dialogue. This game made me cry and effortlessly got me attached to all the characters.

If you want a 5-7 hour game that will warm your heart, make you feel good, and offer you stunning music and visuals as you play, this is hands down the game for you.

The only reason this game is not 5 stars is because it is sadly not perfect as far as mechanics go, but everything else more than makes up for it. It does not overstay its welcome, and it takes you on an emotional journey that will make you want to replay it.

The story is fantastic but it's really held back by it's gameplay which is a little dull. It is still very fun though.