The Princess is Money-Hungry browser mini-game launched

A side-scrolling runner where you collect coins.

The Princess is Money-Hungry: Road of Money

Nippon Ichi Software has launched a The Princess is Money-Hungry browser mini-game at the upcoming PS Vita action RPG’s official website.

The browser game, titled The Princess is Money-Hungry: Road of Money, is a side-scrolling runner mini-game that has players evading enemies and obstacles while collecting coins. You can jump with the space bar, and by putting the coins you collect into your calculator with the numeric keypad and pressing enter, you can buy up and negate the monsters and traps that stand in your way. The coins in your possession at the end of the stage will make up your final score.

The Princess is Money-Hungry is due out for PS Vita in Japan on November 24. If you missed it yesterday, read up on the game’s second playable character here.

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