Instead, it sports the more mischievous and comic side, going no further than scantily clad good-looking guys and gals, and high school-grade sexual humor (in one instance a character refers to someone he dislikes as being a member of "The Circle Jerks").The game sports the appropriate "T for Teen" ESRB rating as a result. There are no descriptions available for Sprung - The Dating Game (E)(Trashman) in our database.You can help us out by submitting a description for this title.Sprung touted a script involving the work of Colleen Mc Guinness, who wrote an episode and served as story editor for other episodes of the FOX television series North Shore.
And most important we have 3 other walkthroughs for Sprung, read them all! For questions and/or remarks about this file, including the walkthrough, you can also use the contact address below. Only serious questions of which the answer isn't already in this file will be responded to. This file may only be printed or saved for personal use. (37) Thank you for the pleasure of your company this evening. (39) Its so cute how your cheeks get all red in the cold. In this case it doesnt matter whos side your own, the outcome will be the same. For usage in other ways or for other locations, written permission has to be acquired from the author. Youll always get the same items, but you do need to finish the scene. Sprung's gameplay is reminiscent of classic point-and-click adventure games.While you don't necessarily directly control an avatar as s/he moves from environment to environment, progress hinges on correctly using items in your inventory (in this case presenting them to the right person at the right time) and deducing the appropriate response to what other characters are saying to you.The game is considered to fail as a dating game, as there is little choice of Love Interests at its 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.It is often found in bargain bins due it being relatively unknown.YMMV • Radar • Quotes • (Funny • Heartwarming • Awesome) • Fridge • Characters • Fanfic Recs • Nightmare Fuel • Analysis • Tear Jerker • Headscratchers • Trivia • WMG • Recap • Ho Yay • Image Links • Memes • Haiku • Laconic 'Sprung The Dating Game' is a Dating Sim Nintendo DS game released in 2004 by Ubisoft.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.