Princess Pretty - The Festival of Hearts -

Player Rating5.87/8

"#86 overall, #3 for 2014"
based on 252 ratings since 10/24/2014
played 4,259 times (finished 284)

Story Difficulty1/8

"no possible way to lose"

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.

Following Princess Pretty's adventures in town, a new situation has come into play.

The Festival of Hearts, seen as the ultimate holiday for couples, is the perfect time to sneak out! It's not fair that everyone can have fun but you.

(Sequel to Princess Pretty - Adventure Begins.)

Player Comments

Wow, it sure is fun to once again be Princess Pretty :) Just like the first, this story is full of vibrant descriptions, seriously. Most of the descriptions for the food alone had me quite envious, not to mention the dress gowns that Pretty had the luxury of choosing. The story never lacks in detail or humorous dialogue, and it really does a excellent job of presenting the "woes" of being a beautiful princess that is adored by all.

I also found Pretty's interactions with a certain Captain of the Queen's Guard to be rather enjoyable.

The wonderful writing, vibrant characters, and a plot that never fails to be an entertaining ride the entire way through, definitely makes this worthy of much praise.
-- TharaApples on 10/16/2016 12:13:14 AM
I admit that my rating might be slightly biased towards the high end because your story's juxtaposed against the recent stream of rather shoddy new stories, but can I was just so happy to see a game showed a lot of effort and was actually a lot of fun to play as well.

Your writing speed is impressive, and the sequel still has the cracky, witty humor of the first Princess Pretty game that I also enjoyed. Looking at profile, it looks like there's more to come, so I'll definitely be looking forward to it!
-- the_quiller on 10/25/2014 4:12:39 PM
Good: Great attention to detail & description (much better than the first one), Good Storyline (like the first one), Good spelling & grammar.

Bad: The difficulty could be a bit harder (a chance to lose makes the reader try harder), could be a little longer but overall the lenth is not bad as it would be a chapter in a book (or a long story).

Ye have certainly turned this story around for the better & i was able to immerse myself in the story much better because of the great attention to detail & description, it was truly a pleasure to read this next part of the story & i personally can't wait till the next part becomes available so that i may continue on this grand adventure! So far it is well done & ye have the makings of a great author. Keep up the great work!
-- bearclaw01234 on 10/25/2014 8:00:46 AM
I absolutely love this series. The endings are the very best and you make this so much fun.
-- Jess on 2/11/2019 9:10:14 PM
Make her marry Florian!!!!!!!
-- Luna on 11/4/2018 9:22:04 AM
Somehow even though I didn't invite the aunt, she was still in the ending. And even though I never met the guy that is supposed to purpose, he also still purposes. I only read twice, but my guess is that there is only one end and you can't even call it that, because there's no clue as to how it will end.

I did however like the details and the choices. I like that the flowers were for a child. It shows great potential and with some work would make a perfect story.
-- Francesca1986 on 10/3/2018 10:14:06 AM
Another wonderful piece!
-- Haine on 1/7/2018 1:08:15 PM
I really enjoyed this one, but not quite as much as the first, unfortunately. I played through each possible storyline, every decision, and no matter what you do there are only two possible endings. Without spoiling for those who haven't played, one man will propose in every single ending, whether you saw him at the ball or not. Another will do the same if you take a very specific path. But even the paths that lead to you meeting up with Marcus or Gordon still lead to the exact same two possible outcomes. I think the biggest problem to it all might be the CYOA format, sadly. Don't get me wrong, I love the format. BUT it leads to problems. In the first game, if you met Marcus or discovered who Gordon was, you couldn't discover who Damiel was. In this one, it's still not possible to meet both Marcus and Gordon, but you could meet either and still have an encounter with Damiel where Pretty already knows who he is... Without having a "true path" told of what experience Pretty had last time, the only real fix would be starting this game with a choice of which path you followed last time, and have each of those three branches lead to different choices in this game. Just a thought, in case you ever decide to return to this series (which I hope you do, because I find them so much fun, despite my nitpicking).
-- Glandros on 12/1/2017 2:35:02 AM
IS THERE ANOTHER PART???? I NEED THE NEXT CHAPTER!!!!!!!!!!!
-- no one in particular on 4/18/2017 7:38:41 PM
U need to make another soon. Show which number in the series the story is; it made a difference in my choices. U get better with each story! Awesome!
-- Quorrah on 3/5/2017 6:49:00 PM
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