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How Martina Was Won

by Bronques

Party Adventure
2014

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About the Story

You've always said that you wanted to be a party photographer. It seems glamorous: the travel, the naked girls, the free drinks, the parties... Now, you can. 'How Martina Was Won' puts you in the shoes of a party photographer in Miami.


Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: May 21, 2014
Current Version: 1.2.1
License: Freeware
Development System: Twine
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 3pqoyfz6np02p9re

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Twine as Photo Album, May 31, 2014
by Hanon Ondricek (United States)

This is less a game and more a paper-thin photo-narrative of a photographer at a hot South Beach party taking candids. Each click you make gives you a real-life picture of some very attractive people. I've never seen this done, and I assume the photographer has the rights to use everyone's image. The photos are of party-happenings and very sexy ladies in swimsuits (and a few cute guys). While you might not want to play this at work, it doesn't go racier than most pool party photos with a few that are zoomed in on a (clothed) cleavage or butt. At the end the entire set of photos is displayed (along with a "to be continued") as far as the story goes.

The thin shred of a story is that you're looking to meet up with Martina, who's famous but very hard to pin down because she's so busy and everyone wants to talk with her or get her to do something. I'm not sure this even matters. Other than one or two seeming branches (do you want to catch the DJ who just started mixing, or follow the girl in the bikini?) you're essentially always just clicking the link for the next photo. While it's by no means innovative drama, it was a clever way to give some context to a photo set that might otherwise just be a slideshow with a next button.


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