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Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble

by Mousechief

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A group of girls in the 1920s explore mysteries and inequalities in their high school and town, behaving in ways society would not necessarily approve.

Though this single-player game is played on the computer, it's reminiscent of board and card games, using images of game pieces and cards. The music-- made up of clips of classics like "Rhapsody in Blue" and "Alexander's Ragtime Band"-- sets the 1920s scene, and the story will keep readers playing-- just so that they can solve the mysteries of who is causing troubles for the town.

Users play a variety of mini-games to build up skills and reveal more of the mystery-- though young players could have the skills to manage the game, Dangerous High School Girls is filled with innuendo, making it inappropriate for younger players.

Highly recommended for fans of casual gameplay environments and 1920s enthusiasts. ( )
  ejmeloche | Nov 10, 2012 |
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