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The Pepper Prince: Episode 1 - Red Hot Chili Wedding

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Available on:PCJan 3, 2019

Developer: Hypnotic Owl

Genre: Interactive Story

The Pepper Prince is a rhyming fairy tale adventure about love, grief, and the power of friendship. Let your imagination take you on a fantastical journey to the Pepper Kingdom where you meet quirky fairy-tale-inspired characters and solve delightful puzzles. The Pepper Prince is an point&click adventure for everyone. It's not going to challenge you with complex systems, difficult decisions or complicated puzzles, but charm you with whimsical characters and amusing dialog. The game's minimalist ASCII-art graphics will engage your imagination and help you relax from the constant overstimulation of today. Each episode is a 30-60 minute adventure continuing your quest to help the Pepper Prince and his magical kingdom. STORY Rejoice! The pepper prince is getting married! And the honor has fallen upon you to cater this magical event! Hooray! Slip into the role of Hansel or Gretel who, after having been adopted by the gingerbread witch, are now running a successful confectionery business. So when they are called upon by their friend, the pepper prince, they decide to bake them a very special wedding cake! Unfortunately things don't work out as planned and soon there's a mysterious change in weather, a disappearance, and a broken heart to be mended. FEATURES Experience a quirky, rhyming fairy tale adventure Enjoy approachable, inclusive, frustration-free fun Explore a magical ASCII-art world Listen to a beautiful original soundtrack Find lots of amazing puns (a couple of good ones even!) Do some serious pointing and clicking

The Pepper Prince: Episode 1 - Red Hot Chili Wedding Critic Reviews

I love the ideas behind The Pepper Prince. A little queer love story, written in verse, presented in faux-ASCII. Sounds gorgeous. But on the evidence of the first episode, the verse is poor, the story meagre, and the puzzles absent. Which makes it hard to recommend. And yet, had I not winced and winced at the writing, I’d have enjoyed the aimless process of clicking through it all.

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