A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

In a fairy tale world where the Queens rule with the power of magic, the princesses are sent out to rescue the princes in need!

Princess Amaltea is sent out on this quest, and rescues Prince Ossian. They are both unwilling to play along in these traditional expectations of them, and after fleeing their own wedding they are now out on the open roads – on to new adventures in this gender flipped world!

This Visual Novel game is a stand-alone sequel to the manga Sword Princess Amaltea, made by the Swedish manga artist Natalia Batista. The manga trilogy is published in USA, Sweden, Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic and has also been made into a pen and paper RPG book.

Sword Princess Amaltea – The Visual Novel lets you imagine a very different fantasy setting from the eyes of both Amaltea and Ossian, as the game has parallel story lines and makes you choose which one of them to follow! Thus, the game can be played multiple times to discover alternative paths and at least five different endings. To find all paths, the full game will take around a total of 28 hours, spanning across the multiple branching stories.

Game dev: Senpai Media Group
Art & Story: Natalia Batista

The free demo version consists of the first 3 chapters of the game, which will be crowdfunded in June and July 2020. 

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Sword Princess Amaltea DEMO 0.7.0 (win).zip 267 MB
Sword Princess Amaltea DEMO 0.7.0 (mac).zip 266 MB
Sword Princess Amaltea DEMO 0.7.0 (linux).tar.bz2 271 MB


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Haven't gotten too far in the demo yet but love the amount of artwork in this, as well as the use of moving images. I can tell you put a lot of hard work in it and it shows.  You should be proud.

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Thank you very much! Yes, Natalia really has put in a lot of effort in making this many full color backgrounds. It's also a lot of fun for us to experiment with parallax effects and moving images. We're happy you like it!