Little Goody Two Shoes Now Available

The world of AstralShiftPro and Square Enix Collective’s mysterious fairytale anime adventure Little Goody Two Shoes is now available for PC and consoles.

Visually inspired by 90s adventure games and anime, Little Goody Two Shoes is a narrative-focused fairytale horror adventure set in the devout Kieferberg Village. However, there’s more than meets the eye in this area; players will be tasked with managing different aspects of Elise’s village life to stay alive.

During the day, Elise can strengthen their bonds with fellow villagers and make a living through different minigames. Little Goody Two Shoes also features an all-female cast of romanceable characters, giving players the chance to unlock dreamy date scenes and storylines.

However, once the moon rises, players must make sure Elise is fed, healthy and sane as she encounters deadly foes deeper in the mystical and phantasmagorical Woods.

Decisions and actions all matter, leading to one of 10 possible endings in all.

Learn more with the launch trailer for the game below:

Little Goody Two Shoes | Launch Trailer | Square Enix Collective | [PEGI] EN

The game is available for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam and Windows for $19.99. A demo can also be downloaded on the Steam page.

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