Akiyama Momoka is an ordinary girl who lives on a small, rabbit-filled island called Omorishima with her parents and her bratty little sister, Mikan. She works part-time as a maid at a small seaside café alongside the bombastic Saya and the dour Yukie, but she has dreams far grander than that. Momoka adores girly romance manga, and she wants nothing more than to become an artist herself, and a writer of sweet love stories...
But how can she tell such a story when she's never been in love before?
Summer comes to Omorishima, and Momoka's hopes swell with it. She knows, despite her sister's teasing, that there must be a prince out there for her. She's determined to find him this year, and with his support write a wonderful romance story.
Then, on one sunny morning, while she's walking to work, Momoka meets a handsome boy on the beach. She feels drawn to him at once, and she's certain he must be the one she has been waiting for...
But Momoka soon learns that his handsome boy is, in fact, a handsome girl.
The girl's name is Hattori Aoi, and though she lives in Tokyo, she will be living in Omorishima for two weeks while her overworked father takes a much-needed vacation.
Aoi begins to work at the same café as Momoka, she lives in the same house, and as time wears on, Momoka finds herself growing closer to Aoi than she ever imagined. Aoi might be a girl, but she's even more princely than the love interests from Momoka's favorite romance stories.
amazing visual novel , everything is so cute and heartwarming
going to vacation by the sea when i was a child/teenager was something i always looked forward ,i love watching the sea and smell the air of the sea and all that.and i love rabbits too(and that was a short escape from all the things i wrote on the mermaid of zennor)
thank you for the dream-like visual novel that brought smiles on my Lilac-like expressions face :)
and i'm surely looking forward to another visual novel like that if you ever make it that is
Aw, thank you very much for your kind words! I'm glad you enjoyed My Dear Prince! If you want to read another cute, fluffy titles, Strawberry Vinegar might be a good pick, too. It's also very light, and it doesn't take itself too seriously :p
Thanks for pointing it out, I'll upload a new build with the psd files removed. As for the supposed album art issue, I can't see any art associated with any of the music files on my end, and no images are present in the bgm folder. Can you email me about this (my email is firstname.lastname@example.org) and send me a screenshot of what it is you're seeing?