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Princess Maker 2

Princess Maker 2 is a life simulation anime-style game developed by Gainax in 1993. In Princess Maker 2, the player is the father of a young princess and must tutor and raise her to the age of 18 by scheduling jobs, school classes and programming other activities. The princess is defined by attributes (strength, cooking, etc.) that will change depending on the kind of tasks the player will assign her.
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Princess Maker 2 has received a newer "refined" version for Windows. The overall graphics of the game have been improved, along with sound quality and various other improvements.

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Input: keyboard, mouse

Also published for: 3DO, FM Towns, GP32, Macintosh, PC-98, SEGA Saturn, TurboGrafx CD, Windows

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