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One Week

Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

The first time you play One Week, the end comes very quickly. The main fun of this text adventure, based on seven days in the life of a high school girl, is replaying it to see what happens when you make different choices. The competing pressures are studying for the SAT and preparing for the prom. If all you do is work, you can afford a nice gown but won't do well on the test. If all you do is hang out with friends, you meet more boys but are stuck with a cheapo dress. As a text adventure, the game relies on its prose, which simulates nontrendy teenspeak pretty well--although we were left wondering whether kids today really call cute boys "baldwins." The best part of the game is the end, which shares your SAT score and what you do for the rest of your life. The five endings we saw were hilariously depressing. The music irritated us, and the graphics are not well executed. Fortunately, you can turn both off. One Week may appeal to aspiring younger teens and ironic middle-aged adults.

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Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

The first time you play One Week, the end comes very quickly. The main fun of this text adventure, based on seven days in the life of a high school girl, is replaying it to see what happens when you make different choices. The competing pressures are studying for the SAT and preparing for the prom. If all you do is work, you can afford a nice gown but won't do well on the test. If all you do is hang out with friends, you meet more boys but are stuck with a cheapo dress. As a text adventure, the game relies on its prose, which simulates nontrendy teenspeak pretty well--although we were left wondering whether kids today really call cute boys "baldwins." The best part of the game is the end, which shares your SAT score and what you do for the rest of your life. The five endings we saw were hilariously depressing. The music irritated us, and the graphics are not well executed. Fortunately, you can turn both off. One Week may appeal to aspiring younger teens and ironic middle-aged adults.
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Full Specifications

General

Publisher One Week
Publisher web site n/a
Release Date March 26, 2002
Date Added March 26, 2002
Version 2.5.5

Category

Category Games
Subcategory Simulation

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP

Download Information

File Size 486.33KB
File Name oneweek.zip

Popularity

Total Downloads 165,644
Downloads Last Week 1

Pricing

License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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