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A Servant4Jesus Creation A Full-Length Guide for Sprung on The Nintendo DS Guide Creator: Servant4Jesus Date Created: 01/10/05 Last Updated: 12/04/05 Version: .95 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You Can Always Find the Latest version of this guide at These following sites are the only sites currently allowed to host my guides: [ Spot] [ FAQs] [ [ Little Helper] [ Gamers] [ Please contact me at [email protected] you find a site hosting this FAQ and is not on this list. -FAQ is coming along, I plan to do a table of contents soon. Good riddance 2) If I ever see him again, I'm gonna cut his legs off! I read a different volume of the encyclopedia every day! =============================================================================== UPDATE HISTORY =============================================================================== Version .05 12/04/05 -It's like 2 in the morning and I picked this game up again and started working on it again! -Finished "Motivational Speakers" of Becky's story. -22KB Increase -Biggest Update Yet because I have to flu and I have to stay home. Version .90 01/25/05 -Back To work it looks like -Finished The bonus of Becky's Story. Version .83 01/21/05 -Finished "The Sketchy Ex Boyfriend" Of Becky's story. I still can't believe your boyfriend, of two years, cheated on you. The game is considered to fail as a dating game, as there is little choice of Love Interests at its conclusion (only one romantic prospect for Becky, three for Brett,) and its lack of narrative flexibility left many people getting bored of reliving the same dialogue over again just to reach a certain outcome.It is often found in bargain bins due it being relatively unknown.Laugh-out-loud moments are common, and some jokes are surprisingly risqué, but only to the level of a PG-13 film.
is a Romance Game Nintendo DS game released in 2004 by Ubisoft.
She nails college kids' vocabulary without becoming corny.
Some of the dialogue options are clear paths to a Game Over screen, but seeing the characters' reactions to lewd suggestions or bizarre utterances can be worth the risk.
Calling him a jerk, or being too soft about it would probably end things here.
The first choice nets you an attempt at the laxatives path, which I can't get on my DS or in the emulator. Almost every choice in this stage is Game Over - usually with Conor leaving for one reason or another. So vague that no one - and I mean NO ONE (including the player) could possibly know what I was talking about.