The prominent 5 stages from the arcade version
awaits Princess Reco & her friend Kiniro
The story now begins for Princess Reco on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad as one of the famous shooters for "Bug Princess" series...
The 3 modes available for all players from beginners to experts!
Experience the three modes ranging from Original with relatively less bullets to Ultra.
In addition, the 4 levels of difficulty create the bullet hell shooting available for all users.
High resolution graphics for universal application!
Universal app versatile for
iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad!
Beautiful graphics, complete with waves of bullets
that fill the screen!
Compete your scores on Game Center/ Open Feint!
Added "Score Attack" mode for score addicts!
Rankings are available for these two different courses,
"All stages" and "Score Attack".
Test your skills and compete with all players around the world!
This is your score for this run.
Shows the remaining life left.
The Shot counter will level as the shots hit the enemies.
This counter will also drop when the shots are not hitting the enemies.
A bonus will be added when point will be added when the shots hit the enemy when the counter is accumulated.
Shows the remaining bomb counts.
Auto Bomb will use all remaining bombs.
Shows the control panel.
Customize button alignment and settings at Options.
This shows your High Score up to this point.
Acquire gems for points.
Dodge the incoming bullets and enemy bodies.
Pressing this button will pause the game.
In another time...
A human village stood in a remote land, where dinosaurs roamed freely.
This was Utakata village, ruled by the arrogant queen Larsa.
Humans co-existed with the dinosaurs, and enjoyed a peaceful existence within their small kingdom.
One day, this village was attacked by the Koju.
These were insect Koju, alien to the region.
They used their great bodies to smash human homes, blasting them with toxic "levitation energy" and laying waste to the village.
To protect his country, Aki, the first son of Larsa, fought against the attack.
Aki used his talents for taming animals to train dinosaurs to fight the Koju.
The war went on for years.
When the Koju retreated, more would appear to take their place.
They pressed the attack relentlessly...
Aki set off for Shinju Forest on his own, where the god of the Koju was said to reside, to learn why the Koju were attacking the village.
Some time after Aki had left the kingdom, the Koju attacks stopped.
However, Aki had not returned.
Queen Larsa awaited the return of her beloved son.
For immeasurably long months, she waited.
Among her many princes, the brave and sharp Aki was special to the Queen.
Aki was her only heir.
Surely he would return.
She swore to herself: if only he would come back, everything would be right once more and the throne could be passed to him.
Alas, a cruel report was delivered from the Shinju Forest search party.
Aki had been killed by Princess Reco, of Hoshifuri village.
"How dare she...murder...my beloved Aki!
Your days are numbered little princess!"
The Queen planned an expedition to Shinju Forest.
This forest was ruled by Koju and filled with volatile levitation energy; it could not be attacked head-on.
There, the queen had a revelation.
"Why not send my simple little Palm...muhahaha"
Pawn to his mother's ambitions, Palm was the 8th and youngest prince of the realm.
He was pure and unaffected, and adored his mother. Yet for the Queen, Palm could never be Aki, and he was nothing more than one prince among many.
"Your gentle brother has been maliciously murdered by an ugly little girl from Shinju forest."
So the queen stirred up Palm's hatred.
"If you can lure this Reco out of Shinju forest, the throne will be yours for the taking."
For Palm, the Queen's proposal was an unprecedented opportunity.
Here he could play the critical role of taking revenge for his brother, and inherit the throne to prolong his life and rise in the ranks...
"Mother, I swear: I will bring that girl back to you!"
The next morning, Palm hopped on his favorite dinosaur and set off to Shinju Forest in high spirits.
...There were other princes who could inherit the throne.
Surely it would be no loss for one to fall in battle.
These were the foolish thoughts of the Queen.