Soul Eater: Monotone Princess (ソウルイーター モノトーン プリンセス, Sōru Ītā Monotōn Purinsesu) is an action adventure game released exclusively on the Wii in Japan. The game was created and developed by Square Enix with BONES Studio and released in September 25, 2008. The game revolves around Death Weapon Meister Academy and Maka's Team as they battle against the elusive Paraponera Clan.



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Quest Enemy
Boss Enemy
Guest Enemy



Main article: Soul Eater: Monotone Princess/Walkthrough


Original SoundtrackEdit

A soundtrack called DWMA's Treasure "Campus Broadcast Music Complete Works" (死武専秘蔵「校内放送楽曲大全」?)[21] was released as a pre-order bonus CD.


On October 14, 2008, SquareEnix released the Official Complete Guide, which includes walkthroughs, descriptions of all playable and enemy characters, interviews with the game's actors, and concept art and storyboards.[1]


  • Grimoire's exact design was used in the manga for the character Noah (Greed). While the resemblance is exactly the same, it should be noted they're both different characters.
  • The Sound menu features Maka jamming on an electric guitar while Soul sits atop an amp. This image refers to Lord Death's explanation for the practice of soul resonance between meister and weapon, as featured in Chapter 1, then adapted into Episode 4.
  • The "Now Loading..." screen features chibi animation of whichever character is played: when playing as Maka, she is seen riding with Soul on his motorcycle; when Black Star, he is running; when Kid, he is flying on Beelzebub.
  • When the player does not use the characters for a few moments, they perform movements as part of cycled animation: Maka will stretch then cross her arms and tap her foot; and Black Star will practice squats.
  • Some of the characters' moves are typical for their personalities. For example, when performing three attacks in a row, whereas Maka and Kid are ready to repeat the process, Black Star stops to brag—which leaves him open to attack due to his arrogance.
  • This video game is one of the first productions to not only animate but to give a voice to Auntie.
  • When characters make embarrassing comments at the DWMA, wind blows a leaf through the scene, similar to a tumbleweed blowing.
  • When excited about a discussion inside the Crescent Room, Black Star ducks down to dig through material, tossing up multiple copies of his autographed pages.
  • The Death Knower in the game's first level resemble Lord Death, wearing skull masks and large foam glove hands with which they perform Shinigami Chop-esque moves.

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