by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
When you run MVB for first time you have to create your character or recreate yourself, depending on how you look at it. To do so, you must fill first a test about how you are and how do you look like; and later similar questions about him. Then you can choose among three options presented by what it pretends to be a matching service. Nice way to start with. Your partenaire is highly customizable, but it's by far more fun if you try to adapt and struggle against his personality.
Game can be as entertaining as you want. If you do try to keep game running, selecting logical options and doing what you're supposed to do, you will advance from a level to another and things will get more fun. With each new level achieved, it will let you find out new ways of interacting with him and the dialog will become more intimate with the goal of the game to win him over. Anyway, don't forget that game tries to recreate a date, but don't expect anything rated R or worse. If that was what you were looking for, look for it elsewhere.
Meanwhile, there are a lot of funny options to either make everything more interesting or to end your date prematurely, as making him become a zombie or being too reckless too early. There's room for more things, though, if there was any kind of minigame (e.g., when you ask for playing videogames) between pick up lines and silly jokes, MVG would be more assorted and even more replayable.
Don't forget that if you upgrade for (1$ at the moment of this review) you get access to more than twenty additional levels, cheats and sexy underwear. Highly recommended as a mere fun beyond its flirting sim features.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jan 24, 2012
from 23.811 reviews