The PC is an open platform with tons of great development tools, making it ideal for small indie developers to target.Steam on the other hand, has made digital distribution cost-effective, efficient, and accessible to a massive audience. The purpose of this site is to introduce people to the world of girl-oriented anime gaming, where you play a female character and pursue one of several available beautiful boys for a romantic relationship. You might be running a country or saving the world at the same time!Princesses, ninjas, wizards, ballerinas, sports stars - otome heroines can be anything.Like the title says, it's a dating game, almost like any half done dating sim online.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.
Nintendo's DS became a huge success on the strengths of innovative original games and strong sequels to long-running series, but perhaps even more important were its audience-expanding casual titles.
But if a 'reality dating comedy' can encourage some fresh fingers and thumbs to join the playing party then surely it has to be a good thing.
Well, it would be if Sprung weren't the most vacuous, air-headed excuse for a game that we've ever had the misfortune to suffer.
Having to play through a scene several times before eventually hitting on the correct sequence of responses is made all-the-more torturous thanks to dialogue which is absolute piffle and an utterly repugnant cast of characters who are a banal blend of stereotypical Hollywood teen movie types.
Given Sprung's creative vacuum, it's no surprise that the touch-screen is practically redundant, used simply to scroll through and select conversation choices.