Sprung the dating game faq
We approve newly submitted descriptions every day and you will find that it will not take long for your description to appear in this space. If you'd like to nominate Sprung - The Dating Game (E)(Trashman) for Retro Game of the Day, please submit a screenshot and description for it.The moment they are approved (we approve submissions twice a day..), you will be able to nominate this title as retro game of the day!Developed by Guillemot Inc., and brought to you by Ubisoft, heres a genuinely interesting and innovative title to accompany the launch of the Nintendo DS.Sprung: The Dating Game, casts you as an attractive young singleton on holiday at the Snowbird Ski Resort in Colorado.It wouldn't be so bad if there were some logic behind it but choosing the right thing to say seems purely arbitrary.You quickly realise that the game's sole challenge is, in fact, just a tiresome and completely brainless process of elimination.It's obvious from the blurb on the box that Sprung hasn't been designed with your typical gamer in mind.
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Since the programmers didn't have too much in the way of visual capabilities to work with back then, the focus was on a compelling story that would keep gamers occupied until the very end.
As hardware capabilities increased, the text adventure genre slowly faded into obscurity, and though the classics can be found on anything from Java applications to downloadable cellphone files, these games are really only revisited for novelty's sake.
But if a 'reality dating comedy' can encourage some fresh fingers and thumbs to join the playing party then surely it has to be a good thing.
Well, it would be if Sprung weren't the most vacuous, air-headed excuse for a game that we've ever had the misfortune to suffer.