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Reviews for "The Tryst"

GREAT GAME!!!

A lot harder than your other ones, but it's actually a fun hard then a hateful "I'll never win..." hard. Can't wait till you post the next ones like the onez on your site.

Um…

What the hell is up with Helen's hair? Seriously. It's terrible!!! She must be the crazy one. Or is Yale totally and completely stupid? (At least you have a black man in your movies. Kudos for that). Why would he tolerate that hair? She… her… her hair? What the fuck? Help me understand!!!

These games really piss me off to no end.

After playing "Angry Neighbors," I was hoping that more of your games would be of the same quality, but so far none of them have delivered. These "negotiations" are not based at all on logic, but on luck. You just have to hope you say the right thing and no amount of thought or reason will help you reach the right conclusion as both Yale and Angie will often spontaneously change personalities from one question to the next. At first, I suggested that Yale take the road of caution, but he said he was too ambitious; then, bearing his response in mind, I suggested the opposite course but then he did a complete 180 and wimped out.

Oh, and by the way, you should never put a "point of no return" in your games; there should always be a way to talk through a situation. Plus I absolutely abhor the idea of reaching a point in a game of choice where it is no longer possible to win. It is not only frustrating, it is downright unfair.

I do admire the fact that you're doing something different than just the usual sex & violence you usually see on this site, but before you do something original you have to make sure that you can do it well.

Oh, I like these games

I haven't played one of these in a while. This one was excellent. I like the way these make you think and figure out the mindset of the person you are trying to help.

Also, I think the 'answer' fits with the questions and answers given much more so than in a couple of previous games (I'm thinking of the first 'pay raise' senario.) Good job.

great

nice one