Snow Battle Princess Sayuki now available for PC

Save your beloved human boy from the evil curse of the demon.

Snow Battle Princess Sayuki

Publisher Joyfulstar has released Snow Battle Princess Sayuki for PC via Steam with English and Japanese text support for $14.99.

Snow Battle Princess Sayuki first launched for PlayStation 2 in 2008 in Japan. A Switch version was released in December 2018 in Japan, but has yet to be announced for the west.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


A snow goddess Sayuki loves a human boy. One day she learns he has fallen under a curse. Sayuki goes to the mountain, where a lot of demons and ghosts live, with her pet snow rabbit, Toto, to find the ingredients for the cure to his curse.

Key Features

  • 360 Scroll Action – Enemies attack Sayuki from all directions. She also can move to all directions and the screen scrolls according to her.
  • Combo Attacks! – The combo can freeze enemies in one fell swoop! Chain together attacks for great effect!
  • Giant Bosses! – A giant boss enemy lies in wait at the end of each level!
  • Gather snow fairies! – Gather snow fairies hidden across the levels to unlock time attack mode against the Boss.
  • Have a fun with your friend! – Team up with a friend and take on the enemies in co-op mode.

Watch a trailer below.

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