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Steal Princess

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60.73% Overall Rank: 11289
DS Rank: 578
2009 Games Rank: 11275
2009 DS Rank: 578
Score based on 15 reviews

Description

While exploring the thought-to-be-long-abandoned palace of the Ancient Demon King, the young thief Anise stumbles upon a startling discovery: the palace isn't abandoned at all, and it's crawling with demons, no less! Equally startling is the deadly booby trap she triggers in the process of opening a locked door. She barely outruns the giant boulder bearing down on her, escaping the palace only to fall into a surging river, unconscious. The fairy Kukri, imprisoned for centuries in the chamber Anise inadvertently unlocked, rescues her and takes her to the Castle of Albyon. Anise awakens in the presence of the King, whose son is being held by demons in the very palace Anise narrowly escaped from. Recent events have unshakably convinced the King that this thief is descended from the Legendary Hero of Albyon, he who slew the Ancient Demon King centuries ago, and so he commands her thusly: free the Prince from the vile demons... or be tried and convicted as a thief and locked away for life. Not much of a choice, one way or the other. 3-D puzzle platformer - Dive into a playing field of simple design, but deceptively complex challenge, that combines action elements with puzzle-solving skills on a 3-D, isometric plane. Jump, swing, climb, and attack as you search for the key to complete each level. Over 150 levels to beat - Levels spanning different geographies and requiring different strategies deliver on the promise of true breadth. Play them again to beat your best times, earn higher rankings, earn better endings, and collect more gems to unlock items. Create and trade custom levels - A robust custom map maker lets you construct levels with any enemies, items, and victory conditions you want. Trade maps with other players over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and local wireless for a never ending challenge.
Release Date: May 19, 2009

Latest Reviews

SiteDateTypeRating
GamerNode 07/27/09 Review 6 out of 10
Gaming Age 07/06/09 Review D+
NintendoWorldReport 07/01/09 Review 6 out of 10
RPGamer 07/01/09 Review 1.5 out of 5
ZTGD 06/29/09 Review 4 out of 10
Gamers Daily News 06/15/09 Review 7 out of 10
IGN 07/12/09 Review 6.7 out of 10
HonestGamers 06/08/09 Review 6 out of 10
GameZone 06/01/09 Review 6.9 out of 10
Nintendo Gamer 07/01/09 Review 63 out of 100