Slay the Princess is a cheeky horror tragicomedy. In this fully-voiced roleplaying game, the player is tasked by a mysterious voice to kill a princess who has been imprisoned in a cabin hidden deep in the woods. If the player doesn’t fulfil their task, the voice alleges, the princess will bring about the end of the world. But can the voice be trusted? Can the Princess be trusted? Can anyone be trusted?

Your Princess is in this cabin, watch out!

Throughout their journey, the player will die a lot. And every time they die, the game starts over, only things are a little different. The cabin is different; the Princess is different; even the voices in the player’s head are different. Everyone, except for the narrator, remembers everything that’s happened.

The main features of Slay the Princess include:

  • Time Loops: Depending on the playthrough, death is not always the end of the journey for players as they get another shot through time loops. These time loops help tell the story while giving the player opportunities to uncover the reason why they must slay the princess.
  • Multiple Endings: Enjoy replayability with almost ten distinct endings.
  • Stunning Visuals: Detailed artwork created by award-winning Abby Howard of The Last Halloween, The Crossroads at Midnight, The Earth Before Us, and many more. ​

Slay the Princess looks awesome. The voice work is impressive and the art style is suitably twisted. I just want to head out and slay that princess.

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