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Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!

Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble! - 1.0.4

Keith Nemitz (musenik)

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Welcome to 1920s Brigiton, USA! This fantastical little town is the home of wily young girls, steadfast boys, and small-minded adults. Here you will gather your gang in the days of Mae West, Clara Bow, and Marlene Dietrich. Investigate suspicious accidents at school, and rat-out the cause. Uncover secret love-lives, and improve them. Track down the source of illicit moonshine to ensure its quality. Confront oppressive adults and malicious peers with naughty little games: Taunt, Fib, Expose, Flirt, and more! Win useful tools like dance cards, crowbars, boyfriends, and cigarette lighters. Victory after victory, you'll increase your girls' talents and challenge tougher foes. Discover the town's destructive secret, pass judgement, expel the wicked, and then graduate with style. This is the game where good girls get better by being bad!

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Home Page: http://www.mousechief.com/dhsg/index.html
Windows: http://p4.hostingprod.com/@mousechief.com/DangerousGirlsSetup.exe
Mac: http://p4.hostingprod.com/@mousechief.com/DangerousGirls.zip

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Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble! - 1.0.4 - Jun 23, 2008

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June 27, 2008 3:34pm - Keith Nemitz - nickname: (musenik)
Thanks Rene, everyone! Initial sales have been great! The first major review will hit Jay Is Games (a casual game review site) over the weekend. They really liked it too!

Don't let anyone say python and pygame can't generate as much fun as any other toolset.
June 26, 2008 2:28am - Rene Dudfield - nickname: (illume)
Looking good Keith and the mousechief crew :) Going to try it out on the weekend.
June 24, 2008 12:13pm - Chris Uzal - nickname: (c4)
Thanks for pointing that out, masterlee.

All is well as far as I'm concerned... and py2exe is a blight on python.
June 23, 2008 4:41pm - Carsten Eggers - nickname: (masterlee) - 3/5
As i can see the windows version was created with py2exe. Maybe a little bit altered version. Somewhere in the folder you will find sharlib. Its an zipfile(without extension) containing the games pyo's.
June 23, 2008 9:32am - Chris Uzal - nickname: (c4)
The burden of proof is on the person who puts up the project. Since this is a programmer's site, compiled projects without proof of language should be asked to prove themselves not to be spam.

I'm not asking for the source. I'm just asking for a version that the author wouldn't normally provide to customers. This version would have a console window in the background to output the version numbers of the standard modules he is using.
June 23, 2008 8:59am - Emanuel Berg - nickname: (metabaron)
Is there any reason to doubt it's made in Python? Why would you lie about such a thing? go mousechief!
June 23, 2008 8:31am - Chris Uzal - nickname: (c4)
How does anybody know if you used python or pygame? Perhaps you can release a version to this site which is still compiles and is still a demo but outputs some unmistakably pythonic data to the console. Maybe the version numbers or something to that effect.
June 23, 2008 5:48am - Emanuel Berg - nickname: (metabaron)
Wow, very impressive, very professional!
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