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The original PC game featured three witches to chose from: Pril Patowle, Aqua Seep Seal, and Yuki Longate, with Sies Fabric Tinydream, a reoccurring mid-boss that can be unlocked as a bonus character but has became immediately playable after the "Ver.2" update. Each character have their own shot type, strengths, and their own take on the storyline in a fully-voiced Story Mode. One of the unique aspects of the game is the risk-and-reward mechanics of the game, of which is the Magic Barrier system where each witch can summon a barrier to slow down enemy fire and convert them into gold by destroying the enemy that originally fired those shots. However, this could work against the player if the enemies flees from the screen with their shots trapped in the barrier, which the bullets will home-in on the player, or get blown away from the bullets if their MP runs out. The gold earned not only go towards Scoring Points, but it can be used at the Pumpkin Sisters' shop (which usually appears twice during each stage) to spend your gold on Magic Cards and other goods such as 1-Ups and MP-boosting potions. The Magic Cards would give the user a different shot-type for brief periods of time, but destroying enemies under this effect would yield for score-boosting Star Coins, although taking a hit will knock the card out of you but saves you from losing a life, which results in losing a fraction of Star Coins collected.
Trouble Witches NEO! was the game's first-time venture into the mainstream market. Published by SNK Playmore and released world-wide for the Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade on April 27th, 2011. It is essentially an enhanced remake of Trouble Witches AC while featuring the return of the original game's Story Mode, a Boss Rush and Score Attack mode, introducing two more characters into Episode 1 (one of which is DLC), co-op multiplayer, updated visuals for widescreen presentation, new character artwork, online leaderboards with sharable replays, Achievements, and the original arcade version of Trouble Witches AC as an added bonus. The two new witches introduced that are Sakurako Kujo, an otaku astrologist who wants to become a witch like in her favorite magical girl anime shows; and Luca Yurievna Vinakol, a devil princess with Lightning Bruiser-like qualities who's also madly in-love with the Draupnir.
A sequel titled Trouble Witches Episode 2 With Decendents of Ancient Dragon the Souless was in the works, and from what was shown on circle's website, the game will be set in a different country with four new witches. The game however seems to be heading into Vapor Ware territory as nothing as been mentioned from Studio SiestA outside of a small screenshot of the game presumably running on Xbox 360 hardware and the developer's website no longer list the game among their other works.
Trouble Witches NEO! (2011) is the game's first-time venture into the mainstream platform. Published by SNK Playmore and released world-wide for Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade on April 27, 2011. It is essentially an enhanced port of Trouble Witches AC while featuring the return of the PC game's Story Mode, a new Challenge Mode featuring a Boss Rush and Score Attack mode, two new characters and their familiars (one of which is Downloadable Content), co-op (both locally and online), enhanced visuals for widescreen presentation, new character artwork, online leaderboards, sharable replays, Achievements, and Trouble Witches AC as an added bonus. The two new witches introduced are Sakurako Kujo, an astrologist anime otaku who wants to become a witch like in her favorite Magical Girl animes; and Luca, a downloadable devil princess with Lightning Bruiser-like qualities, MP almost double compared to every other witch in the game, and whose also madly in-love with the Draupnir.
The player can choose from 8 cute maid-witches (including two unlockable characters available under certain conditions)! Each witch fires a slightly d