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When Nova's queen dies under mysterious circumstances, Elodie, crowned princess, must leave her boarding school and embark on a year long intensive princess boot-camp to fill her mother's position. The realm of Nova, comprising eleven dukedoms united under one crown, is surrounded by kingdoms to the North, South, and East, and is bordered by the great Okeanos Ocean to the West. This once powerful kingdom heavily influenced by a race of magic users named Lumens has been on a long decline since magical disasters supposedly wiped out the Lumen along with much of Nova's prosperity. Magic is now anathema to many of the nobles and common folk. Under the guidance of her father, one of the kingdoms Dukes, and numerous other advisers Elodie must face the challenges, financial, military, civil, bestial, cloak-and-dagger, that face her new rule.

Gameplay consists of choosing what two skills Elodie will focus on learning every week. All skills are categorized into skill trees, for example: the Military tree contains the skills, Strategy, Naval Strategy, and Logistics. Elodie has four mood spectra that are paired with each other: Angry-Afraid, Cheerful-Depressed, Willful-Yielding, Pressured-Lonely. On the weekends activities can be selected that will alter the young princesses mood on the spectra, sneaking out of the castle increases her mood toward willfulness and loneliness. Some in-game events will also affect the royal mood. Elodie's dominant mood will alter which skills can be more effectively studied.

As the story progresses it will be altered by what Elodie has studied. Many different areas and sub-plots will only open with certain skills obtained. It may be that some skill combinations will lead to certain death, while others may just save Elodie and bring her the crown of Nova.


Long Live the Queen Windows The magical girl style title screen
Long Live the Queen Windows Making an important decision.
Long Live the Queen Windows The difficultly of having a social life as a monarch.
Long Live the Queen Windows Deaths appear in a charming chibi style on a pink doily.

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Shoost Linux Feb 19, 2014 9.8 out of 10 98
Shoost Windows Feb 19, 2014 9.8 out of 10 98
Shoost Macintosh Feb 19, 2014 9.8 out of 10 98 (UK) Windows Jan 31, 2014 7 out of 10 70


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