Note, these are not reviews, rather recommendations so your mileage may vary with some of these titles. This week’s post will include a brief synopsis and links to each game so you can add them to your gaming library! You don’t have to break the bank to enjoy your hobbies, so save a little bread and check this week’s thrifty gaming picks!
Let the prank wars begin, in Lockvia Studios’s debut title, Prank Masters, follow Juliet Hayes, a self proclaimed prank master, who isn’t above pulling a few practical jokes. But, when her parents move to a new town, Juliet finds that the jokes on her for once when she meets three formidable pranksters that stir up some unexpected feelings. Perhaps there’s more to life than pulling pranks?
Her parents are famous writers and big fans of Shakespeare. Hoping for a daughter filled with beauty and grace, they name her Juliet.
Instead, their daughter grew up to be the opposite. She’s a girl who cares about doing things her own way: the prank master way.
When her parents bring her to a new town in search of inspiration for their careers, Juliet is enrolled in a new school.
A few unexpected situations make her first day of school one to remember. Now, after having not pulled a prank in a while, she is quickly back to her old self.
Though this time it’s not just going to be all about pranks. Juliet might be running into a few unexpected feelings as well….
-Synopsis (Game Site)
After playing the demo back in 2014, and I fell in love with the premise and the characters, so, I immediately opened my wallet and pre-ordered the game. But, as the years went by I began to lose hope that I’d ever get to play the game, and then BAM, I get a notification on itch.io that the full game had been released and the rest is history!
- Available for Windows, Linux, and Mac | Steam
- 3 Potential love interests (4 Endings Each; Total 12 Endings)
- 30 hours of Gameplay
- Cost: $4.99 USD
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