YMMV / Sprung

  • Ass Pull: Several plot developments arise with little to no buildup and are dropped just as quickly.
  • Disappointing Last Level: Inverted - Becky's stages are shorter than Brett's, and thus a lot less tedious; the game overs are more hilarious; and the story features slight branching. Becky's stages also let you pour gasoline on people and set them on fire. Becky in general can also be played as a very, very mean person, meaning that you get a lot more to abuse characters with.
  • Good Bad Bugs: In a couple of stages, Becky can use items on people over the phone. Enjoy poisoning them with laxatives.
  • Guide Dang It!: The game often fails to drop key hints, so completing a scene or winning a bonus round in one try is usually a matter of luck. Also, some of the items lie in obscure or counterintuitive conversation paths.
  • So Bad, It's Good: The gameplay may be lacking, but the stupid dialogue, unsubtle characterization, and incoherent plot make it fun anyway. There's also a surprisingly high number of written reactions to doing stupid things like pouring gasoline on people, which can be entertaining for players who like to goof around.
  • So Unfunny, It's Funny: Even the bad jokes can get a laugh for their sheer corniness.
  • Strangled by the Red String: Most of the relationships seem like this, simply due to lack of buildup.
  • Uncanny Valley: Shana's excited face and Elliot's interested face. Becky's "Friendship Ending" also includes a picture of her and Brett with highly disturbing smiles.