Instead, it sports the more mischievous and comic side, going no further than scantily clad good-looking guys and gals, and high school-grade sexual humor (in one instance a character refers to someone he dislikes as being a member of "The Circle Jerks").
The game sports the appropriate "T for Teen" ESRB rating as a result.
Sprung is one of the first titles for the shiny new Nintendo DS, though it features no action sequences using the system's stylus nor does it really need both screens. Sprung has no nudity, and is in fact remarkably tame even though it deals with college-age young adults and a week of ostensibly hooking up with as many people as possible.
Basically, Sprung is a G-rated version of those Japanese dating sims, which combine Choose Your Own Adventure sequences with nudity.
It would be really great if you could please submit a description for this title as that makes a more complete resource for other visitors.To call the game a dating simulation however is a bit of a misnomer as the game really doesn't have any dates at all.Instead it's more a group of people chatting and you having to impressed them to progress further in the game. Two people; Becky and Brett are into their final week of their winter stay at a ski resort and want some last minute dates and chats with guys and ladies.Their adventures take place all over town: at the ski lodge, in a gondola, at a popular nightclub, and, of course, in a hot tub.The game features humorous dialogs and adult situations with upbeat music and 2D graphics.