Long Live the Queen Crack/Patch

Long Live the Queen THE QUEEN IS DEAD, LONG LIVE THE QUEEN Being a Princess is not an easy job. Being a Queen is even harder. Especially when you're only fourteen years old, and the reason you've inherited the throne is that your royal mother has just met an untimely end. Now power is up for grabs. You may be the official heir, but much of the country's nobility would love to steal the throne for themselves. Aggressive neighbors will take advantage of any weakness to enlarge their borders at your expense. And that's not even mentioning the magical dangers which are lying in wait... Can you survive long enough to reach your coronation?

Download Long Live the Queen Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 69 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1801
Genre Simulation, Adventure, General, Virtual, Career
Company / Developer
Hanako Games / Hanako Games

Long Live the Queen reviews ( 7 )

Abysmalodin, Aug 21, 2014

While the first playthrough is quite challenging, there is considerable depth to this game for it's length. I found myself playing it quite a bit much to my surprise. The first weeks seem to be crucial, and it is good to note that for the price the music and story are pretty interesting, to find all of the story you have to play the game in many different ways until you see everything. Those claiming this game has no depth may have just failed to play through every part of the game. On a final note this game was just overall pleasant, It left me wishing there was more weeks, while I imagined what may have happened during the rest of my reign.

Paikia, Nov 19, 2013

The concept of this game might be considered silly, childish or just plain boring. Well, in my opinion, it's none of the above. Once you give the game a decent chance, you realize that while it has its faults and disadvantages, it's actually a lot of fun, and can be quite complex. The basic idea in the game is to find a combination or a sequence or choices and decisions that will not only lead you to becoming queen, but also ensure the prosperity and safety of your kingdom. What makes this game so much fun and interesting, in my opinion, is the number of possibilities. It's not just a matter of winning or losing, it's also a matter of how. While the journey from the beginning of the game to the end might be a little short, the real point of the game, as I understand it, is to keep exploring options. Personally, I'm coming up on 20 hours in Long Live The Queen, and while I've explored most of the options, I still have quite a few to discover. The achievements list gives you some clues about how many more options you haven't explored yet (the achievements are available both in-game and on Steam). In conclusion, if you like strategy life simulation games don't pass on Long Live The Queen. Give it a decent chance, it's definitely worth it!

SwitSwat, Apr 20, 2014

Don't judge a book by its cover... or in this case, don't judge a queen by her age. This is not so much a game as it is a 'monarchy' simulator. The endless paths you can take to progress and the cute characters make this pretty addicting. I found it fun to restart and try out different strategies and take different decisions. Whether I win or die, there is never a moment when I truly rage quit. If you like anime or simple strategy games, give this a try. 8/10.

themagiccan, Dec 29, 2013

If you played Cute Knight and was expecting Long Live the Queen to be something similar, you may be in for a big surprise as Cute Knight was loads more fun.

bigsilverhotdog, May 1, 2016

I recommend this game IF it is on sale, and in spite of the fact that it is way, WAY, ****WAY**** too short. It has an interesting story, good writing, standard high quality iconic anime art design, plenty of "choose your own adventure" paths to take during the year in which you "graduate" from Princess to Queen, and a satisfying amount of humor. The problem is that at the very moment you really start to enjoy the game, right at the moment you become Queen and you think "Ok, now things are really going to get interesting!" -- BLAM, THE GAME ENDS. Seriously, I'd only been playing for an hour and I was really getting excited that the game had the potential to be a really GREAT game... and that was it. Game over. Thanks for playing this incredibly short story. Yeah, ok, there is a little replay value if you want to see all the different ways to fail, and all the different outcomes that the game displays to you as text AFTER you become Queen... but that's not very much at all. I wanted to rule, to deal with the consequences of the "setup" that I'd just played, to see the results of my choices, and to make many more choices. The game felt very much like a shareware demo -- "If you want to play the real game as the Queen, then buy the full game." ...or perhaps more appropriately: "I know we said "Long Live the Queen", but what we meant was, "Long Live the Queen perhaps, if you make the right decisions in the 1 hour 'Choose your own adventure' Princess-Graduating-to-Queen time window during which this game takes place and the long life of the Queen takes place entirely in your own imagination after it says Game Over." At 10 dollars this game is a complete INSULT. At the 2 dollars I got it for during the Steam Summer Sale it was a MARGINALLY acceptable value. But there should have been a game to play after the intro was over.

ChanReview, Feb 15, 2015

The game appears to be all cute and fluffy with butterflies; but it is deceiving. Your aim is to schedule a princess's life in order to avoid imminent death before her coronation ceremony. It's rather comedic in how the princess dies (there are many, many, many ways to die) and the way she speaks if you do not teach her any better. It is by no means easy to live all the way to the end and I can almost guarantee death on your first attempt; but that is what makes it fun. Story line is a bit underwhelming and could have been improved and eventually you will get bored of the game as there is only so many times you can click and rearrange classes for her to attend before you get bored. Was an interesting and fun game initially to say the least, but left much to desire. You eventually get to the point where you click classes randomly, ignoring her mood, and wishing for the best.

MrLonwol, Jan 5, 2014

if you've ever played a single strategy game in your life you'll know this game isn't nearly complex as people say it is. pretty much none of your choices matter and you'll see most of the same events no matter what you pick, even then it's more like a choose your own adventure game as it gives you the events based on what you study. nothing is random and all is pre-determined. 2/10 the otaku kawaii is also awful, magic monsters even being in this game is a huge joke i actually spent $10 on this what am i doing with my life