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Jul 05, 2018 The Hook Up was a single player flash game where you designed and named your female character, who just moved into a new town. It was somewhat similar to a visual novel/dating sim, where there were different routes of who your character ended. R2b return to base full movie free download. Feb 25, 2006 Yea the games messed up on me ALOT.if ur a member of the-n you can save your game before you get into a intense conversation (IC) or before you meet up on a date with one of the boys.and i think theres no way you can get with justine too.he doesn't even say anything.when i read the bullentins on The-n website some people put how he says something about a tatoo.but hopefully The-N.
The-N / TeenNick Games (Slasher, The Hook-up, Avatar-U, ect)Apr 27, 2017 20:35:59 GMT
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The Hookup Game The N Download Full
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The Hookup Game The N Downloads
First all of, an apology. This is going to be long, as there are a lot of games that have gone missing that I remember vividly. Also, an apology if any of these have been discussed before. I searched around and saw nobody talking about them so I decided to make an account and share what I know.
So back in 2009 I remember going onto The-N.com and playing most of their games on the website. The-N was originally a programming block on Noggin, similar to [email protected] However in late 2009 The-N rebranded into TeenNick, and with the website changing to match, a lot of their original games disappeared. There are many videos and screenshots and other proof of these games existing, but as far as I am aware, it is simply impossible to play them now. I'm going to be running down all of the ones I remember playing and that I have evidence of.
The Hook Up
Admittedly this was the game that made me start my search as I was feeling nostalgic and wanted to replay it. The Hook Up was a single player flash game where you designed and named your female character, who just moved into a new town. It was somewhat similar to a visual novel/dating sim, where there were different routes of who your character ended up dating depending on who you spent the most time with. Video walkthroughs of each route are still available on youtube.
Pizza Quest '77
This was a game based off of That 70's show. It was a short point and click puzzle game where figure out what you have to do to get some pizza. Several walkthroughs of this game can be found online and on youtube and I also found the commercial featured in the game, with the video description stating that at one point this game was moved to nickatnite.com?
Now before I go onto to other games, I need to explain a bit more. On The-N, you had an avatar that you could clothes and wigs for to personalize. Several of the games on The-N were multiplayer, and used these avatars as a stand-in for you as you played with people across the world. I found a commercial showing off these avatars from 2003
So, back to the games. Slasher! was a game like epicmafia/town of salem, it was so popular that it frequently broke. As with most of the games here, several videos of this game are on youtube, as well as a wikihow article on how to play. But most interesting of all is that there were attempts to bring back this game by the fans in 2011, as a forum based game you needed to sign up for. The original creator of Slasher!, Seth Madej, wrote about this on his blog, and discussed the history of the game, as well as providing several original assets from it for fans to use. The revitalization attempt is now dead, but Seth Madej still seems to be somewhat interested in the subject, as he started selling T-shirts from the game just back in September of 2016.
Avatar High, Avatar Prom, and Avatar-U
I'm grouping these together because they're similar enough and this post is getting long enough already. Avatar High is still available to play, albeit through hackaedarcadegames.com. Avatar-U was one of the few games that survived the great TeenNick rebranding, but disappeared once the website was revamped in sometime after February of this year. Luckily it can be played via thewaybackmachine. Avatar Prom was similar to these two but instead of taking care of a school or college, you took care of a prom. This game however, seems to be completely lost, with only a few screenshots proving it existed.
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This one, out of all of them, seems to be the most lost of all. The only proof I can find of it even existing is the title appearing in the drop down games menu from thewaybackmachine, and a yahoo answers user asking for a walkthrough of it. The game was based off of the 2002 show What I like About You. It was a rapid fire puzzle game, similar to warioware I guess.
There are many, many, MANY, more games from this website that have been completely lost by now. Things like Role Player (essentially just a roleplay forum that utilized the avatar system), Trendetta (An arcade game where you competed on behalf of whatever trend you wanted to represent, like skinny jeans or Ke$ha), and Screening Parties (an avatar chat room where you could watch shows together) are simply impossible to play due to their online features. But I believe this is where I'll wrap up this initial post.
Apologies again on the length and I'm sorry if it was improper to group these games together at all? I felt like It wouldn't be right to make like 10 individual threads for each one. Quite frankly I don't know how these threads are supposed to be formatted so I might have just made myself look like a big idiot here but oh well.
Let me know if you want me to go more in depth about any particular subject. I tried to just cover the basics on all of these games but I do vividly remember them all very well.