When a young girl leaves the orphanage, her fairy godmother tells her to go to the next town and find her destiny. She just isn’t sure what her destiny is.
You’re probably wondering if there’s actually a story going on in this game, and it really depends on how you play it. There are fifty endings in the game, and some of them rely on what events you set in motion. There is only one ending that fully explains the main character’s origin, but there are still questions that remain unanswered until you achieve two other ones. If you turn 21 before reaching an event ending, the game automatically ends and what happens to the main character depends entirely on how you played the game.
The game itself has many career options available. You can work in the library, assist the doctor in the slums, work in a store and even go pillaging in the dungeon for treasure. You can even attend classes in college to bring up your fighting skills, your magic skills and many more. You also have a dream skill, which decreases when the main character fails at a job and increases when she succeeds. The higher your dream, the better your ending. You even have a stat known as sin that increases as you steal or kill and decreases as you do jobs at the church and volunteer for the doctor. There is sin required for some of the more evil endings. Each time you get an ending, you add a picture to the gallery section of the game.
Despite the game’s simple premise, it’s still challenging trying to get certain endings. I can spend hours trying to collect every ending. The better endings are harder to come by, like trying to get what you want out of life. I give this game 7 out of 10, fun with many possibilities.