updating old chandeliers - Sprung the dating game guide
Table of Contents ********************** Use Ctrl F to skip to specific sections of the guide. Added two new pictures to the Art Guide and updated Credits. It's my first submission, so I hope it'll be up to par.
Join the teen idols as they sing and play their way through awesome adventures and interactive mini-games! * Advance through 20 dramatic dating missions to get that girl or guy, or lose 'em for that matter.* Intelligent AI makes for a wide range of emotions and reactions from all of the characters. * Collect gifts in your inventory to bust out in a jam.
A great soundtrack featuring cool Aly & AJ songs provides the backdrop for hours of good time game play and rockin fun.
Players are required to perform just one task over and over and over and, unless choosing correct combinations of conversational responses is your idea of fun, you'll find Sprung as engaging as a lobotomy.
It wouldn't be so bad if there were some logic behind it but choosing the right thing to say seems purely arbitrary.
Of course, not much skiing actually goes on, and the game is split into separate 'scenes' where the player is given the objective of completing a certain goal to progress (for example, getting Becky out of her bad Blind Date.) The game is considered to fail as a dating sim, as there is little choice of Love Interests at it's conclusion (only one romantic prospect for Becky, three for Brett,) and its lack of narrative flexibility left many people getting bored of reliving the same dialogue over again just to reach a certain outcome.