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A simple village girl is chosen by God to be a holy knight in Mogurasoft’s 3D action game The Fairy Tale of Holy Knight Ricca : Two Winged Sisters.

The Fairy Tale of Holy Knight Ricca: Two Winged Sisters is a fantasy action game in which a girl ventures forth to save her older sister. While gathering herbs in the forest, happened upon a magical brooch and a fairy. She brought them back to her village, only to find it under attack by monsters. Ricca heads to the church to search for her sister Miria, but she ends up ambushed and raped instead. Suddenly, a white light engulfs and transforms her. The fairy tells her that she was chosen by God to be a holy knight. After killing all the monsters in the village, one of the villagers tells her that Miria was taken by the monsters. With her god-given powers, Ricca leaves the village to rescue her sister. Unfortunately, by the time she finds her beloved sister, it's too late. The monsters have turned Miria into a succubus, the natural enemy of the holy knight.

In this side-scroller, slice your way through enemies and make it to the end of the level. Upon receiving too much damage, Ricca’s armor will break. Additionally, if you are defeated in battle, you will receive an H-scene where Ricca is raped by monsters. If you collect crystals from defeating monsters and scattered across the level, they can be converted into special crystals that can restore your HP and MP, remove status ailments, or temporarily add elements to your weapon. They can also be used to purchase new weapons, clothes, and hairstyles. You are able to completely customize your character, but only the clothes, accessories and weapon will adjust your stats.

*Ricca/Holy Knight Ricca*

A regular girl living in a peaceful mountain village with her sister Miria. Has a slightly tomboyish, slightly spoiled personality. One day when returning from collecting herbs in the mountains, she finds a mysterious brooch and a fairy. The fairy bestows on her the power to transform into God's chosen warrior, the "holy knight", so she can face monsters in heated battles.

*Miria/Succubus Miria*

Ricca's sister, who is a fair bit older than her. Kindhearted, and the most beautiful woman in the village. She is prone to worrying, and finds it hard to let Ricca be independent. While Ricca is away collecting herbs, the village is attacked and Miria is captured by monsters and transformed into a succubus. Now a demon, and the natural foe of the holy knight, Miria captures Ricca and attempts to sexually subdue her.


A servant of God from the village of fairies, Iris is the partner of the new holy knight, Ricca. Strong-willed, cool-headed and wise. She holds the power that enters the holy knight's body, and supports Ricca in combat.


A mage girl who saves Ricca when she is being assaulted by an orc. Polite and diligent, she excels in magic. As she lives alone in a forest while her parents are away, she is prone to loneliness.

You can purchase The Fairy Tale of Holy Knight Ricca: Two Winged Sisters on sale for ¥2,970 [approximately $25.85 USD], from DLsite. After January 21st, the sale will come to an end and the price will return to ¥3,300 [approximately $28.72 USD]. There is also a demo available for you to try. You might need to make sure you have a Japanese language pack on your PC and your system locale set to Japanese. You can learn more about this on DLsite’s help page.

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