Sprung was one of the Nintendo DS' launch titles, notable for being one of the few western-developed dating sims released commercially in the United States.
Brett is hopelessly placed on the bottom of the totem pole, where he has to deal with Elliot and Conor, two well-to-do men who are richer, more charming and more famous than him.
Becky's story revolves around her relationship with Brett, Becky was promised a modelling career by Elliot but the price of the contract was a chance to date her.
Completely different from the other Apartment music in the game, it remains unused in both the game and the music section.
Its name indicates that it was to be used when characters were displaying sad emotions.
It was released in North America on December 7, 2004.
Sprung puts players in the shoes of either Becky or Brett who try to get an NPC of the opposite sex to fall in love with them.Players "flirt" their way through conversations; player responses influence the resulting NPC dialogue.Sprung can be regarded as a dating sim, though the linearity and variety in the game (as well as its humor) lend it more to being an adventure game. Brett and Becky have been longtime friends for as long as they could remember. Their feelings for one another made both of them go on the trip together as an attempt to find not only love but promising future opportunities.That's why here on the Let's Play Archive we'll only ever serve up nice banners that behave properly. It was time to go to Sanctuary and unleash my Master Plan. The Archive is a personally-funded hobby, and without donation/advert revenue we won't be able to keep it going. Amorous Action is an item used by Brett in-game and has the effect of kissing whoever you're talking to.