Don't get me wrong, it's visuals and sound are good but the gameplay itself leaves a lot to be desired.The gameplay switches back and forth between predictable and non-sensical, you get put in situations where the person you're trying to hook up with has a conversation with you that ends up with you trying to make choices that could either progress the game or end it in a game over right away, making gameplay pretty frustrating.Then you hit this line, "Saki Inafune, niece to legendary game developer Keiji Inafune, cant wait to visit her uncles new theme park." Wait, hold on, hold the phone, is this Mega-Man-and-Resident-Evil Keiji Inafune? Bomb defusing-antics are what await as you travel the park searching for your uncle and trying to rescue the other captured attendants.It's a ridiculous premise to be sure, but I'm sure deep down we all secretly pine for immortality via dating sim - or is that just me?Brett is hopelessly placed on the bottom of the totem pole, where he has to deal with Elliot and Conor, two well-to-do men who are richer, more charming and more famous than him.Becky's story revolves around her relationship with Brett, Becky was promised a modelling career by Elliot but the price of the contract was a chance to date her.You can help us out by submitting a description for this title.Chances are, that since you are here, you must have either played or are going to play this game.
Sprung puts players in the shoes of either Becky or Brett who try to get an NPC of the opposite sex to fall in love with them.
The game is interesting enough to try but I would only recommend it to someone who just wants a game to kill some time with.
This game is a really good take on the non-H(japenese non sexual)date-sim. The quality is great but the sound track is a bit lacking.
You just have to talk to the girls (or guys, if you play as a girl) answering their questions and giving them a gift or two, whenever you get one.
All in all, it's a simple game, but it's still a lot of fun.