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Satisfy a pig princess’ curiosity for humans in My Pig Princess, a visual novel currently in development by CyanCapsule.

My Pig Princess is a comedic visual novel split into chapters, in which you play as a human farmer living outside of Hog Haven, a kingdom in which animal dwell. One day, while harvesting your produce, you're approached by a pig guard, who carries word that you have been requested by the princess. Being a simple farmer, you had never set foot into Hog Haven before, but even you know humans aren't common there.

Once you arrive at the princess’s room, you are greeted by Princess Emelie, a curvy pig girl in a tight white dress. The reason she had summoned you here was to ask one question: "What are toes?" Apparently, Emelie has been reading an erotic novel involving a human man, leaving her with questions about the human body. After obliging her with an answer, you throw your back out and Emelie offers to give you a massage, which quickly takes an erotic turn.

My Pig Princess

An 18+ Visual Novel taking place in a kingdom where the pig girl Emelie is the princess!

You play as a human farmer in this lighthearted comedy adventure featuring plenty of adult content!

My Pig Princess is currently playable on Windows, Linux, and Mac. You can download the public build on Itch.io for free, which features the game's first chapter; the second and third chapters are available on CyanCapsule’s Patreon for Patrons who pledge a minimum of $3.

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