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The Clique: Diss and Make Up
The Clique: Diss and Make Up
In The Clique: Diss and Make Up, based on the best-selling young adult book series by author Lisi Harrison, players assume the role of the new girl at school, taking on the challenges of climbing the social ladder to join the ultimate clique, the Pretty Committee. The Clique: Diss and Make Up is an empowering game of social maneuvering where the player attempts to survive in one of the most harsh and unforgiving environments on Earth – Octavian Country Day School (OCD). Player will use gossip, fashion and wit to make friends, join cliques, attend classes, and even work after school “jobbies” with a variety of exciting mini-games. Play a variety of exciting mini-games to earn cash or increase your cool. Along the way a variety of challenges and tricky situations make the climb up the social ladder tough including getting invited to one of the hottest parties of the year. The Clique: Diss and Make Up highlights the sassiness of the “The Clique” books and a few lessons in popularity exclusively to the Nintendo DS. Like the fans of the book know, the only thing harder than getting in, will be staying in!

The Clique: Diss and Make Up is a single player adventure based on the best-selling young adult book series by author Lisi Harrison. In this empowering game of social maneuvering, Nintendo DS players assume the role of the new girl at school, taking on the challenges of climbing the social ladder to join the ultimate clique in one of the most harsh and unforgiving environments on Earth, the Pretty Committee at Octavian Country Day School (OCD).
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Join the clique in 'The Clique: Diss and Make Up'

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Gameplay
What does "climbing the social ladder" entail? In The Clique: Diss and Make Up players will use gossip, fashion and wit to make friends, join cliques, attend classes, and even work after school "jobbies" through a variety of exciting mini-games. Through these various exercises players can both earn cash and increase their cool. Along the way they will also engage in a variety of challenges and tricky situations that could land them on the most popular list, including getting invited to one of the hottest parties of the year. In addition, The Clique: Diss and Make Up highlights the sassiness of the "The Clique" books and even includes a few lessons in popularity exclusive to the Nintendo DS. And players will need every lesson that they can get, because as fans of the book know, the only thing harder than getting in with the right crowd, is staying in.
Key Game Features
Customizable Characters - Players will name and personalize their character's complete look: clothing, hair, shoes and more.
Countless Adorable Fashions - Players can make money at their after school "jobby" in order to purchase new styles.
Alpha Girl Social Ladder - In order to rise from the new kid to queen-bee, players will navigate the halls of OCD by building relationships and gossiping about what is hot and what is not. Play through a collection of entertaining mini-games that can provide the required social tools to become the alpha girl.
Juicy Gossip - The top of the social ladder always has to be in on the latest 411. To be in-the-know, players must share and collect gossip from both their friends and enemies.
Popularity On-The-Go - Wireless multiplayer allows players to share their character with friends from their real-life clique, allowing them to unlock special gossip.
Join the "The Clique" World - Interact with characters popularized in The Clique novels and explore the school of OCD in the first video game based on "The Clique."

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Earn cash in-game through after school jobs in 'The Clique: Diss and Make Up'

Earn cash in-game.
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Mini-game action in 'The Clique: Diss and Make Up'

Mini-game action.
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Easy on-screen direction in 'The Clique: Diss and Make Up'

Easy on-screen direction.
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DS stylus driven movement in 'The Clique: Diss and Make Up'

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IMGA - Marc Naddell & Chris James with "Best Real Game Award" winner
IMGA - Marc Naddell & Chris James with "Best Real Game Award" winner
The International Gaming Awards (IMGA) were held in the Telecom TV stand at Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona, Spain. Chris James from Steel Media (PocketGamer, PocketPicks) was Master of Ceremony. Marc Naddell, VP Partner & Developer Programs, NAVTEQ, was there handing out the Best Real Game Award. It went to urban team for the FastFoot-Challenge game. This Award honors the games that make exceptional effective use of the "mobility" aspect of a mobile game. This includes (but is not necessarily limited to) location-based games using GPS, proximity-based games using Bluetooth to detect nearby players, augmented-reality games, or alternate reality games that blend with the player's real world. What the judges have been looking for is mobile games that make people get up and go, move, meet new friends and get into new unexpected situations with other players outdoors and indoors.
IMGA - Tom Nicolai of urban team accepts "Best Real Game Award" winner's check
IMGA - Tom Nicolai of urban team accepts "Best Real Game Award" winner's check
The International Gaming Awards (IMGA) were held in the Telecom TV stand at Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona, Spain. Chris James from Steel Media (PocketGamer, PocketPicks) was Master of Ceremony. Marc Naddell, VP Partner & Developer Programs, NAVTEQ, was there handing out the Best Real Game Award. This Award honors the games that make exceptional effective use of the "mobility" aspect of a mobile game. This includes (but is not necessarily limited to) location-based games using GPS, proximity-based games using Bluetooth to detect nearby players, augmented-reality games, or alternate reality games that blend with the player's real world. What the judges have been looking for is mobile games that make people get up and go, move, meet new friends and get into new unexpected situations with other players outdoors and indoors. The winner was urban team with FastFoot-Challenge.

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