When I was a little girl, princess designer video game was my escape

When I first saw the cover of Princess Designer, I was hooked.

It was the game that changed my life.

As an 11-year-old girl, I had never played video games.

I’d watched movies, but I was never in a video game.

But the first time I played a video games was on my Nintendo Entertainment System.

At the time, Nintendo had a special “Pony” game called Princess.

A video game that was so much fun and so addictive that you would never go back to playing.

When I was just a little kid, I played this game and I loved it.

That’s what I wanted to be when I grew up.

I wanted a Princess.

And Princess, that’s what this game was.

But Princess didn’t just make me feel good.

It also changed my perspective on the world.

When I got to play it, I realized that the game wasn’t just about playing.

It was about making the world a better place for everyone.

The game was about empowering all people, not just the princesses.

The princesses were supposed to be the ones who could help everyone around them, the adults, and everyone else.

This game made me realize that people are the most important part of this planet.

They can make all the difference.

But it wasn’t about me.

It wasn’t a game about me either.

It changed my world view.

When you’re young, you want to feel like you have a magical life.

But Princess was the start of a journey.

I want everyone to have the opportunity to experience the game for themselves.