Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama ~Flower & Snow~ for Nintendo Switch launches May 30 in Japan

Includes the original game and the Snow Bride fan disc.

Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama ~Flower & Snow~ for Nintendo Switch

Otome visual novel Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama ~Flower & Snow~ for Nintendo Switch will launch on May 30 in Japan for 7,344 yen, publisher Idea Factory announced. A limited edition including six character message cards and a B3-size poster will also be available for 9,504 yen.

Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama ~Flower & Snow~ includes both the original Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama and the fan disc Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama ~Snow Bride~. Both titles were origianlly released on PlayStation 2 in 2010 and 2011, respectively. PSP ports later followed, followed by the first appearance of the twin pack on PS Vita, then smartphones.

Find an overview of each game below.

Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama (VNDB)

Tiana wants to be a great animal tamer like her mother, and on the day that she arrives to her new home in Cattelya, she comes across four animals that she buys along with a strange brooch.

But soon the animals start talking to her, telling her that they are actually four princes who were struck with a curse, and they need her help…

Moujuutsukai to Ouji-sama ~Snow Bride~ (VNDB)

The game contains three sections for each character.

The first is another story where Tiana picks who she will go to the ball at Kurt’s castle with.

The second is the after story, which is the main dish of the game that continues after the first game’s ending for each guy (but before the epilogues).

Lastly there are bonus extras for each character called “diaries” where you get to see cute scenes that happened “during the last game” and you also get to pet (and now tickle) your favorite furry friends.

Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.

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