Glamanour Heights: A Romance Mystery Love Story
By Episode Interactive
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For wealthy sociality Arianna Byrnes, life in Glamanour Heights couldn't be better - until the sudden return of her old boyfriend after a mysterious disappearance years ago.
Why is he back now? Will he win her back? As secrets and love unfold, one thing's for sure: Glamanour Heights will never be the same.
- WHO'S YOUR TRUE LOVE? Will it be your perfect fiance Nick, or your old flame Connor?
- UNCOVER SECRETS that everyone is keeping from you!
- DRESS LIKE A STAR! Look good at every turn, even if life is a roller coaster.
- CHOOSE YOUR DESTINY and make the choices that define your life.
Is the glamour of Glamanour Heights all that it's cracked out to be? You decide!
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This is quite possibly the stupidest game I have ever played. Unlike the writing in the Demi and Mean Girls games, also by Episode, the characters here are one-dimensional and act like middle schoolers, when in reality the main character is supposed to be getting married. The dialogue is childish at best. In serious conversations about cheating and infidelity, the characters literally throw out responses like "totes", "LOL", and the worst... "Fer Rils". Unfortunately it's actually spelled like that in-game. If I had a counter of how many times that was randomly thrown out in an in-game conversation, it'd be well over 50 by now. A lot of the storyline seems like a convenient afterthought, particularly in a part when the main character suddenly "remembers" out of the blue that a pivotal character to the storyline exists, who, actually turns out to be one of the more tolerable characters due to her inability to speak. The gameplay doesn't make up for the horrible characters and dialogue. The game doesn't give you any choices at all that actually affect the storyline. One positive is being able to choose your outfit on occasion. Unlike many of the stories on Episode, each chapter here is of reasonable length. The story is intriguing enough to make me want to continue reading, but there are a few plot holes. That being said, I don't recommend it because I'm only continuing it because I want to find out what happens, not because it's good.
Okay responce for haters
Okay often the games on episode are made by other players so that could be the reason this has "childish talk" instead of something more in depth i guess.... also passes (which i also hate waiting) stop you from completing the entire game in like 1 hour or so... they do NOT expect you to pay it is simply for the people who have the money and do not feel like waiting... and for the matter that choices really dont sffect the game... have you ever tried making one of these? its hard believe me i am working on one the coding is RIDICULOUS and eventually the story has to tie back for every option.... and for the fact that this game is a "book" it's kinda supposed to be.... its like a play where YOU are the directer so you have to read the script... then you make edits as you go along... so yes.. this requires reading.... but that belongs here because it is the idea that YOU controll the story so you kinda have to know what is going on thats all i have to say and i hope this helped episode interactive games are amazing and i hope some people's complaining and low star rating deter you from playing this.
Makes no sense
Ok,this game is awesome! But the story could make more sense. ( warning spoilers ahead) when Connors friend tried to escape the island, and got lost at sea, wouldn't she have died? Even if she was picked up, how did she get back to coast town? Another one is how can Ariana get shot in the head and STILL live?! If the bullet got in her brain, she would die after like 5 seconds. If they make another game, it wouldn't make sense for her to live after that. Other than that, the game is great. They should make you only wait 1 hour for 3 tickets though. They should also make it so you can have more than 3 without buying them. It sounds like a 5 year old made the story line and the producers just added a few more words to make it seem like a teen/preteen game
- Category: Games
- Released: Oct 13, 2015
- Version: 2.91
- Size: 119 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Episode Interactive, LLC
- © 2015 Episode Interactive, Inc
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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