Chinese Parents English And Japanese Localizations Planned

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Chinese Parents, a Princess Maker sort of life simulation where people are tasked with being a parent to their daughter or son and help them prepare for the gaokao college examination and become successful adults, is going to be translated into English and Japanese. The latest announcement on Steam confirmed that the localization process has begun for those two languages.


No timeline was offered for the Chinese Parents English and Japanese release. The announcement only says it will arrive “as soon as possible.” It also noted that more translations are planned, but didn’t state what they might be.


Chinese Parents is currently only available in Simplified Chinese. The game has garnered quite a bit of success online, with over 10,000 reviews on Steam and the overall rating being “Very Positive” since its September 2018 launch.


Here is a Chinese Parents trailer.



Chinese Parents is available for Windows and Macs.

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