IMG Reviews Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review for the adventure game Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble from one-man developer Mousechief. In the game, you play as a dangerous girl out to take over the town and learn its dark secrets. Using early twentieth century music and graphical stylings gives DHSGT a unique look and sound. Here's an excerpt from the review:
Each character in the game, both playable and non, has four attributes (glamor, rebellion, popularity, and savvy) which relate to four different types of challenges (fib, expose, taunt, and gambit respectively). The challenges, along with the flirtation game whereby you pick up boys, take place in mini-games, some of which are pure luck, others are pure logic, some in between. When a member of your team defeats a challenge, she gains experience. WIth enough experience, the team member will be able to level up and add a rank to one of her attributes. Because, with each encounter, only some members can perform specific challenge types, it is important to try to use all the girls equally. In many cases, when a challenge is failed, someone must be sacrificed, usually in the order of boyfriend, then girl taking the challenge (or, if the queen takes the challenge and does not have a boyfriend, one of the team is sacrificed). The sacrificed member can be re-acquired at the school, or you can pick someone else to take her place.Follow the link below to read the full review.
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