Video by Harvard L.

If you didn’t play Liar Princess last year, you missed out on one of the highlights of the year. This little puzzle platformer, published by NISA, does a remarkable job of not only being a challenging little game, but also cleverly subverts the entire Grimm fairy tale tradition, in the most appealing way possible.

In his latest Let’s Play Harvard highlights all the qualities that make Liar Princess such a remarkable little game, and why it remains a standout example of recent arthouse videogaming.

– Harvard L. 

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