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  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Release Date:Dec 9, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Alcohol Reference,Crude Humor,Language,Sexual Themes)
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Game Description:Work all the angles and woo 'til you're blue in the face in this innovative, risqué choose-your-own-adventure dating game from Ubisoft. Meet, flirt, and hook up with other sexy singles at a happenin' Colorado ski resort called Snowbird Mountain. You can play nice or naughty as you play through the game's two adventure paths, either as a male or female character. Lure the lovelies in with shameless gifts and bribes like perfume, club passes, or anything else you think will help win them over. Get your best pickup lines ready, or you may find yourself fumbling for words while your rival sweet-talks your girl. With a script by TV's North Shore writer Colleen McGuinnes, Sprung's sexy singles and provocative storylines put an all-new twist on the dating game.
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  • Kid Gets Teen Game Instead Of Petz

    Kara Petrich, a Spanaway, WA mother, got an unexpected surprise the other day when she bought her daughter a copy of Petz: Monkeyz House Instead of the simian simulator, the cartridge contained T-rated "dating sim" Sprung. It wasn't just the wrong box, mind you, it was the wrong cartridge. Sprung contains dialog like: "You...

    Posted March 30, 2010

    Kid Gets Teen Game Instead Of Petz

 


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