Do you think you¹ve got what it takes to survive the jungle of high school where The Plastics the prettiest of the pretty and meanest of the mean girls rule the roost? Legacy Interactive and Paramount Digital Entertainment today announce that Mean Girls, the game based on the popular 2004 Paramount Pictures film of the same name, is now available for PC download at http://www.legacygames.com.
Mean Girls is the ultimate High School Showdown. In the game you are the new girl at North Shore High and it is up to you to decide who rules the school. The power is in your hands as you create and customize your unique character and choose to play naughty or nice with the other students. Your ultimate goal is to achieve perfect social harmony or complete domination of the school in this highly addictive puzzle/role-playing game.
Mean Girls merges strategy and role-playing elements that coincide in the match-three puzzle game board and are played out via head-to-head, turn-based game play that pushes you to plan, think, and strategize against opponents. With an upbeat alternative rock soundtrack composed by renowned artists, the game includes 25 battles with over 40 characters in 12 locations within the High School. As you win showdowns and gain experience, a wide variety of skills become unlocked that you can use to customize your battle strategy. Attribute points are used to fine-tune your character¹s charisma, intelligence, endurance, luck, and strength to further modify your battle style.
The game also includes a number of random encounters with students who will want to battle against you, and a number of side quests where your job is to round up slackers and take them back to class. Success at these activities will gain your character extra bonus points and experience.
Mean Girls is the second of the three games that Legacy Interactive is developing based on highly popular Paramount Pictures films. The first video game, Clueless, recently became available for download via legacygames.com. The next game, Pretty in Pink, will be available for download in the next few weeks, and all three games will be available at retail in March 2009.
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