It is often found in bargain bins due it being relatively unknown.
It was released in North America on December 7, 2004.
Sprung isn't really a dating simulation in the strictest sense, so it could be more aptly described as a romantic adventure.
You can play as either Brett or Becky, two well-toned, good-looking young adults who are each looking for love while vacationing at a fairly upscale ski resort town.
With no other choice, he/she decides it's time to get to work. Hank arrests the thief (Guy Mortadello) that stole the music equipment, then Papa Louie shows Rudy/Scarlett/Custom Worker that the music equipment is back, so they host a live concert.
Complete the game's 50 dating missions and deal with the drama queens and kings who you'll have to come to understand in order to woo.
Colleen Mc Guinnes of TV's North Shore scripted the stimulating storylines and sexy characters for the game.
Their escapades will take place all over town, including at the ski lodge, in a gondola, at a popular nightclub, and, of course, in a hot tub.
The writing in Sprung is actually one of the strongest points of the game, and despite some occasional corniness and a few awkward turns, the dialogue is pretty good, which gives you a good sense of each of the characters, though many of them rely on cookie-cutter stereotypes.