"Les femmes bien éduquées font rarement l'histoire." - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Ce jeu où les gentilles filles marquent des points en étant méchantes ! Dans les années 20 les femmes avaient la chance de pouvoir changer la société en se comportant de manière non conventionnelle.
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Date de parution: 14 mai 2008
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"Les femmes bien éduquées font rarement l'histoire." - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Ce jeu où les gentilles filles marquent des points en étant méchantes !

Dans les années 20 les femmes avaient la chance de pouvoir changer la société en se comportant de manière non conventionnelle. Explorez, rassemblez une équipe de copine et moquez-vous des remarques : flirtez et remporter des prix, des petits amis et d'autres trophées. Partez à la découverte de ce que cache cette ville.

Parcourez les jeux, les douzaines de cartes et les milliers de dialogues qui se déroulent dans cette petite ville américaine des années 1920.

Plus d'une centaine de personnages. Combattez l'obscurantisme et la bigoterie avec charme et courage.

Mesurez-vous aux mini-jeux en utilisant la tentation, le flirt et autres tactiques pour venir à bout de ceux qui veulent vous nuire. Faites-vous des copains.

Partez à la conquête de facultés et de nouveaux pouvoirs alors que l'histoire devient de plus en plus compliquée voir absurde. Seuls les plus fortes survivront et parviendront à atteindre la liberté.

Remportez des douzaines de prix et gagnez de l'expérience en séduisant des garçons qui se sacrifieront pour vous.

Faites votre chemin dans ce monde fantastique où rien n'est réel, mais tout est vrai. Comportez-vous de manière outrageuse.

  • Jeu de carte.
  • Satire sociale.
  • Bataille verbale.
  • Jeu de rôle.
  • 20 heures de distraction assurées.

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Interface : Microsoft® Windows® XP ou supérieur
    • Processeur : 500 Mhz ou supérieur
    • Mémoire : 256 Mo RAM
    • Disque dur : 30 Mo
    • DirectX® Version : DirectX® 7 ou supérieure
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OSX 10.5 & 10.6 (OSX 10.7 Lion actuellement non supporté)
    • Processeur : 500 MHz
    • Mémoire vive : 256 Mo de RAM
    • Carte graphique : 2D, écran 800x600, Millions de couleurs.
    • Disque dur : 30 Mo d'espace disque disponible
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
86.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 mars
A fun, cheeky board game. Plenty of reply value, as choices affect outcomes.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 29 avril
I'm a sucker for distinct period style, wit, and puzzles. This game gives me all three and then some. I feel like the title and subject matter might turn off the male gamer, but they're missing out. The first time I failed a flirt attempt and got the "He's too much!" screen, I cackled!

I think maybe the price point of the game is a LITTLE high. And I would love to see a HD version of this game. Actually, I'd love to see a physical boardgame of this game produced - not sure how that would work, logistically. But it would be fun as hell to play this with people!

What's especially commendable is the variety of races/body types/personalities in this game. It's very rare to see that and a breath of fresh air!

My only grievance with this game is that some of the "expose" puzzles aren't random (and considering you're trying to piece together a mystery, they SHOULDNT be random) - so sometimes its a matter of having a good memory vs actually solving the puzzle.

It's simple, addictive, charming, and keeps you on your toes.

UPDATE:

I gotta say that the charm wears off LONG BEFORE you're even close to finishing this. I wish there was a 50/50 option. Buy it on sale.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 19 mai
This game is nothing like I've ever played. It focuses on you and your posse uncovering a mystery as well as tidbits that have happened/are happening in town. In order to progress the game, there are mini games you play with people that if you win, will draw the truth out of them and add a piece of the puzzle for understanding. If you lose, you suffer the consequence like decreased reputation or losing one of your gals from the posse.

I am enthralled with this game. It's a little repetitious sure but the story outweighs that for me 10 times over. Pick it up and immerse yourself in a world of high school queen bees in the 1920's. :)
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
13.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 juillet
Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble is a fun game that's set up in a board game style although there is clearly a story. For those who aren't familiar with this game, the basic idea is that you play as a queen (of your own choosing) of your high school and have to recruit three other girls and boyfriends (although the latter is optional) to help you solve cases/problems that are happening first in the high school and then in and around the town of Brigiton. As you encounter various characters in the places you explore, there are four mini-games you can play: taunting, exposing (solving a word riddle), fibbing (kind of like poker), and gambit. Succeeding at these games will give you access to perks like items and increases in stats although you can increase the stats of a girl in your party after she has successfully played a certain number of mini-games.

For the most part, I liked this game. The story intrigued me and I liked the gameplay aspect, especially exploring the various places and such.

I do have a few criticisms, however, although they are really minor more than anything. First off, I had no idea that once a boyfriend would sacrifice himself to prevent a girl from leaving your party, there was no way to recruit that same boy again. This wasn't necessarily a bad thing, as there are more boys available as you get to explore more places. Still, having this information beforehand would have been convenient.

The other criticism I had was regarding how to get the best ending for this game. Even though I had followed a walkthrough for this game (from Gamezebo), I couldn't get the best ending. It was because one of the final goals was to collect scriptures and morals regarding the main problem in Brigiton and why all of the problems there were happening. However, later on, I did find out that an answer to this problem was posted on another website although I'm not sure if that answer is accurate. Because of the way I tend to play and all, I make sure to explore all places thoroughly and go back and forth to make sure that I don't miss anything. Of course, this could be a bug but I can't verify anything as to that.

Even though this is an older game, I would like to have seen an achievements list added in the game itself. According to the walkthrough I checked, there should be a total of 16 separate events but there is no way that a player would know this unless he/she looked at a walkthrough or searched online for that information. I don't think it's necessary to add Steam achievements or anything of the sort since I know that could be difficult to add for an older game but I would have liked for there to have been an achievements list. I like to make sure that I've done everything I can in the games I play. XD

Overall, though, I do recommend this game. It's fun despite that there are a few dark themes presented. I'd recommend patience to play through since it's highly unlikely for someone to finish it in one sitting. I may try to replay it later for a better ending but we'll see. XD
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 9 août
I went into this game unsure- it seemed like it might not have enough content, but I had $20 to blow and was ready to take the risk for a really stand out game. The concept seemed really interesting, and I liked the idea of a diverse cast of high school girls.
I actually don't really want to write a bad review of this game because, there's a lot of potential. I hope the creators continue, fine tune the art of the mini-game, and go on to create characters with greater depth and the player can actually feel an interest in. But for $20 it's a big disappointment. The minigames are really boring and that's basically they're all you'll be doing. I think it may have built up to more interesting storylines, but I was too bored to continue. The art, considering there's so little of it, is really sub-par. There is also way too little strategy and long term planning in this game so I felt like I was meandering around. I felt the 20s era felt inauthentic and too based on stereotypes and slang- perhaps if the characters had a little more depth or backstory it would feel truer to the period.
If you want a truly awesome dark, involving detective game involving high school girls I would recommend Black Closet. It's by Hanako games, and though it is planned for Steam release soon (the creator is fine tuning it) it is currently available through their website. Of if you simply like the fun of a brightly colored teen girl unraveling a mystery in a dangerous setting (and possibly dying horribly) you'll love Hanako's Long Live the Queen on Steam. And no, I'm not affiliated in anyway with Hanako. I just love their games and their nuanced portrayal of girls.
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