AMA Heartbreakers is a fun and light hearted dating comedy that challenges you to juggle two relationships at once. Throughout this dating adventure you will have to manage both relationships while keeping your love interests apart.
Play through thirteen levels of hysterical dating drama and three addictive mini-games. Your conscience is there to help you, but is it really in your best interest? The storyline unravels according to the decisions you make!
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I found this to be more of an interactive story than a game. You play danny, a struggling entertainer who is currently making a living by selling sandwiches to office workers. The main theme of the game is to keep two girls from finding out that you are dating them both.
The game is divided into short scenes in which you must choose from a list of things to say, and depending on your choices will impress the girl you're talking to or could make you lose some confidence. If you lose all your confidence the game is over. Follow the story through to its conclusion and arrive at one of the game's endings.
There are also mini-games in between each scene. If you successfully complete these mini-games you will gain valuable confidence which will help in the follow scene.
The graphics are cartoony, bright and colourful, and the sound effects and music are of pretty good quality. The multiple endings make this a great game to replay over and over again.
The only real criticism I have with this game is that the mini-games can get very boring, but at least there is the option to skip them.
Brief and superficial but amusing. Gameplay is basically a series of choices in a story.
In this game you play danny and basically you have to keep the two girls happy. Each answer leads you to different things, sometimes you have to restart the scene if you didn't handle it the best way. Overall I think this game is good, espically with his little 'inner devil' popping up, but once you've played it a couple of times it does get boring as it's just the same thing over and over again.