You are a noble daughter, eighteen years old and have impeccable morals.
You are also fat, happy and naive.
And you need to find a husband during the next week, the Debutantes\' Week.
Better shape up, toss that naivete and maybe your morals and go et yourself a man: the rivals don\'t sleep.
Well: they may sleep with your intended. So you will have to make him a better offer.
This game is a smaller version of \"Getting Married\": you can play one bride-to-be in her week long pursuit of marriage and social standing: without being caught at anything untoward and without failing, because either would get her kicked out. That is very unjust and completely unliberated, but too close to certain historical eras for comfort. The games is not, however set in a historical context, but in one modelled after a Victroean era of double standarts (and some magic).
A wise friend told me to use period pictures only, but I could not find enough of those and use colour photos in this version of the game. Should I find the time and means to remake this game in black-and-white pictures, I will. But until them: here is the otherwise complete colour version.
Find the game at: http://www.mediafire.com/file/w5uagijsu ... k_0.9.html
You are welcome to comment and advise in the thread, but cloud and "review" options are closed.
If you need to troll, do so: but be open about it.
Constructive criticism is welcome.
Update with more endings: http://www.mediafire.com/file/rn8h6nicppxa9sx/Debutante%27s_Week_0.91.html.
You will need to use the activities of this festive week to ensnare one of the suitor to marry you.
HOW to do it is your decision: though you will be treated fairly roughly.
These were not times for women's rights, dear.
You: the hosting nobles granddaughter.
Lucretia: Your evil cousin, masterfully testplayed by another friend of mine who was really grew this role.
Grandfather: Stern, but unjust.
The Prince: The PRINCE! Oh my...!
The Dom: Master and Ruler of his land.
The Comte: A senior social player.
The Lord: A wit who is also in finance.
The Messer: A lesser noble and the watch captain of the Capitol, here with the Prince or something.
The other debutantes: Well. Lesser rivals.
The "girls": The other end of the scale. Better make sure you do not have to join ther ranks in the end.
Couriters, servants, Men at Arms: Can't be a noble without commoners to serve you, right?
There are three endings, but you can get one by many ways: a brothel has ever so many doors open for fallen daughters.
But there ARE two ways to win a husband.