Choose your line, and get ready to react when your opponent responds.
It's up to you to flirt your way through more than 50 dating missions as either a male or female character.
After receiving my copy of the April, 2005 issue, I was pleasantly surprised to find my E-Mail printed in the “Players’ Pulse” section, with the screen shot (shown to the bottom-right), which I find very appropriate to my current situation.
The girl on top says, “YOU BETTER GET OUT OF HERE BEFORE MY BOYFRIEND KICKS YOUR ***!
” Although, there are a couple of fixes to mend in their print out: the fear I was referring to should be “NOVIOPHOBIA,” not “NOIOPHOBIA.” Also, since February 24, 2005, I am now 23-years old, and I am looking for an 18-23-year old, Boyfiend-free, Datable Girl whom I can love and trust.
Make your rivals fumble over their words while you plan your next move.
I’ve dubbed this social phobia, Noviophobia, after the Spanish word for boyfriend.
In a letter Chris sent via the Internet to the magazine Nintendo Power, he states that the game gave him confidence and helped him cope with his noviophobia.
"I, Christian Weston Chandler, have sent an E-Mail to Nintendo Power’s “Players’ Pulse” section on January 9, 2005, in response to Nintendo DS’s Sprung game (scanned pages shown above).
Sprung is a Ubisoft video game for the Nintendo DS that's a hybrid of adventure and dating sim.
The game was thrashed by critics, but Chris, purchasing the game when he bought his DS, thought that it would give him lessons on "what to say to, or do for, a girl" (in other words, a vidya version of Dating Education).