Emily’s fun-loving sister, Angela, moved to the Big Apple to start her career as a fashion designer. Unfortunately, she has to work for Yum-mee, a stuck up boss who thinks she’s all that. To make matters worse, Angela’s husband, Jimmy, doesn’t support her. Is it because there’s something going on between Jimmy and Yum-mee, or is Angela just being paranoid?
Yep, it’s a simplistic cheating plot. Though, I have to say, I’m glad that Angela’s mad at both of them. Warning, there will be spoilers for the game so read with caution. The name of the game is Angela’s Sweet Revenge and she takes it out big time. Don’t get me wrong, cheating is not a matter that you should take lightly but the way Angela goes about it seems very wrong. With Jimmy, she goes so far as to throw seeds on his car so that birds will poop on it. Yum-mee, on the other hand, gets to be publicly humiliated at an event she organized.
Something similar happened in Emily’s True Love and I had a problem with that as well. Once again, I will say that Angela has every right to be mad. However, there are better ways to go about things like this. I admit, people have screwed me over in the past and it is tempting to sink to their level. That doesn’t mean that you should do so. Let’s take the song, Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood.
When I first heard it, I thought it was a song about empowering women by destroying the cheater’s car. I told my mom about this and she said that the behavior is destructive and insane. You can take the moral high ground by confronting the people who’ve hurt you honestly and openly.
The game play is similar to Delicious with clothes replacing food. You deliver the required clothes to customers and check them out at the register. Some of the customers will try on an outfit before they purchase it.
During each level, you can make new clothes and complete a mini-game associated with each one.
Unlike previous games, this one’s layout is made of Facebook entries for each level, and you can like each comment.
I thought it was a unique system. It also shows how different Angela is from Emily.
The game is short but fun. I give it 7 out of 10, it doesn’t take up that much of your time.
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