'Til Death Do Us Part
This game's plot points kick things into Act 3 overdrive, with the player having to make the hard choices needed to overcome the ruler's illness and subsequent reactionary paranoia, an orchestrated assassination attempt (so maybe it's not paranoia after all), and mesmerism of the entire court by the monarch's illegitimate son, all against a backdrop of a magical revolution wherein the unique powers of Life and Death Mages can be imbued into an inanimate object and activated by others. Will the general order of things be overturned? And will it take the player to the bottom or to the top? That depends entirely on their choices.
The browser version can be played independently. For Android and iOS it is available as an in-app purchase through Choice of Romance: Affairs.