Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble! Wins Gold
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Game Tunnel's July Indie Game Review Panel recently examined ten independent and downloadable game releases, ranking the titles from one to ten. Mousechief's Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble! took the gold award with a combined score of 8.3. Also reviewed were Virtual Villagers: The Secret City and Supernova 2: Spacewars
Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble!Read the rest of the reviews at the site link provided below.
Gametunnel: Indie Review July
Is there a better name for a game out there? I challenge you to find one. While the name may lead you to think it's something that's factors of ten more lascivious than Dead or Alive Extreme Beach Volleyball, this game is actually a really creative and engaging take on the willful shenanigans of a squad of teen schoolgirls back in the roaring '20s.
The game is structured like a board game, but it's really just you versus the forces at school that seek to one-up your ladies at social skullduggery. By taking on such actions as taunting (think insult sword-fighting from Monkey Island), fibbing (played via a brief card game), and exposing (a fill in the blanks word game) or various other options, the girls in your squad uncover scandals and slights around the school. The girls can also attach themselves to boyfriends, who will sacrifice themselves to save their ladies should they encounter any troubles. Top to bottom, the game is filled with charm. Playing it feels a little disjointed (due to how interchangeable so many of the progression elements have to be), and it takes some time to get used to the swing of things in the game, but this was a thoroughly engrossing experience for me, with a great style to match its content.
Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble!
Virtual Villagers: The Secret City
Supernova 2: Spacewar
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