Princess Pretty - The Captain of the Queen's Guard -

Player Rating5.88/8

"#103 overall, #12 for 2015"
based on 171 ratings since 06/01/2015
played 2,416 times (finished 210)

Story Difficulty2/8

"walk in the park"

Play Length6/8

"It'll be a while, better grab a SnickersĀ®"

Maturity Level3/8

"must be at least this tall to play"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.

You've played as Princess Pretty, escaping the palace in the dark of night, meeting people you've never met before. You've attended a Festival with her and witnessed how she grew in both life and love. 

Now play as Floridel Florian, the Captain of the Queen's guard. A boy with dreams far above your station, you venture upon the Kingdom of Petunia to find your fortune. But a great obstacle stands in your way and an unexpected challenge in pink frills and pigtails tests the limits of your patience and your heart.

**This story is a prequel to "Princess Pretty - Adventure Begins -". **

Player Comments

There really isn't enough words to describe my fondness for this series, but I will certainly try my best to do so.

Touching. This was endearing, and it didn't sacrifice any of it's usual humor or charm to elicit that, especially towards the end. Just like the two previous games, the writing never fell flat in captivating me with it's wit and charm.

The new perspective that we are given as Floridel, as we see his story that explains his history with the Princess, and how their relationship came to be is done quite well. All of their interactions were just hilarious, and it made me even more fond for both Pretty and for Floridel, as it provided both characters with more depth.

It was fascinating to witness just how much their relationship changed, and how so much of it didn't. As confusing as that sounds, there's really no better way for it to be put into words by me :)

The Princess Pretty series never fails in consistency. The writing is always done so wonderfully, and each story leaves me with a sense of joy.

This entire series definitely gets the Thara seal of approval :D
-- TharaApples on 10/16/2016 1:14:07 AM
I love the entire Princess Pretty series. It's heartfelt and entertaining despite - or perhaps even because of - it's innocent, almost child-like tone. Proof that storygames can still be excellent even on the light and fluffy end of the spectrum.
-- the_quiller on 3/2/2016 5:40:04 PM
I very much enjoy your writing voice. It suits truly the tone of your story. You built the atmosphere with such a perfectly pleasant sense of humor.

Because it is a prequel we can't expect much in the form of choices but we still get a fun element of autonomy. I enjoyed the somewhat cartoonish style of characterization. It really worked in your favor.

Your work would have benefited from a bit more proofreading, several cases of "i" instead of "I," and a few other typos. They are hardly distracting from the story which overall reads neatly. Personally the length of this storygame is nice. Just long enough for depth, detail, and immersion but not long enough to wear out its gentle touch.
-- ugilick on 6/16/2015 3:42:32 PM
It was funny
-- Yolo on 10/20/2018 3:02:19 PM
so cool.
-- Amanda Moore on 4/26/2018 1:58:28 PM
Simply amazing.
-- Haine on 1/7/2018 1:58:04 PM
I really loved this one! On the one hand, none of the choices actually affected the final outcome. But that makes sense, since it IS a prequel. And it's great to have this story play out with some choices to actually have a few possible paths. It really makes me appreciate the character of Floridel even more. I knew there was more to him, and now the laughing at Pretty and pulling her hair makes much more sense. Honestly, even though this one was even easier since it was a prequel, I think it's the best. The writing is fantastic and the characterization is even better than before! I really hope we see more from you!
-- Glandros on 12/1/2017 4:02:42 AM
... the end was a little confusing but gorgeous story
-- sriracha on 9/16/2017 5:07:50 PM
Very cute story. Some problems with subject-verb agreement.
-- Quorrah on 3/5/2017 6:27:49 PM
Love it
-- Yay on 3/29/2016 10:07:58 PM
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