Once upon a time, in the Kingdom of A, Princess A was about to sit down for a nice breakfast when a message arrived. The princess of Kingdom B has been kidnapped! Quickly she finished her eggs and toast and dashed out the castle gate, eager to come to the lady's rescue.

At the exact same time, Princess B was indulging in her morning lager when she too received a message. Someone has kidnapped Princess A! Without hesitation, she swigged down the rest of her beverage and began her quest to save the fair damsel!

And so began Princess A and Princess B's long, epic journey to rescue... each other.

Princess Panic! is the title of a 2-d yuri game based heavily on the mechanics of Paper Mario and other such platformer/adventure/RPG hybrids. Lots of action, silliness, puzzles, and romance will be involved. At the start of the game, the player follows the quest of each princess in an alternating fashion, and with each chapter, their journeys become more and more interlinked, to the point where the princesses find themselves depending on each other without even knowing it.

As yet, this is an idea blog, and production has yet to be started. It is way too early say if it will go beyond that, but who knows. Stranger things have happened.

The creator and owner of this blog is Josh L, whose previous work was a webcomic named Girly. If you're familiar with that comic you may know what kind of thing to expect here. Any artists, programmers, developers, publishers, and all interested parties can contact him at his email / facebook / twitter

Here are a couple storyboard panels of Ade transforming -Josh

Here are a couple storyboard panels of Ade transforming -Josh

#princess panic #adelaide #writing process

Aside from being the creator, I had to give myself one main job for this project, and it ended up being the writer. the scripting I’m doing is in the form of janky comic panels, because that’s what I know how to do!
Here is three of about 300 panels of script I have done so far, taking place near the end of the first Princess A stage
300 isn’t nearly enough, though. Gotta step it up!
-josh

Aside from being the creator, I had to give myself one main job for this project, and it ended up being the writer. the scripting I’m doing is in the form of janky comic panels, because that’s what I know how to do!

Here is three of about 300 panels of script I have done so far, taking place near the end of the first Princess A stage

300 isn’t nearly enough, though. Gotta step it up!

-josh

#writing process #princess a #foresty forest