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  • Summary: 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 MakeIn 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! Expand
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  1. The Clique has a few bugs, but it plays just like a usual chick flick or high school romance movie—just not on the same echelon as my beloved Mean Girls. With the game’s shopping, dating and pure power-pinkness, The Clique has much potential to be a fun game for younger girls. Just beware of a possibly short replay value and play time.
  2. While the intended demographic will likely be enthralled with Diss for its two-hour length, even self-proclaimed older people “too cool” for this can find fleeting moments of fun in this thin school simulator. Hell, it beats reading.
  3. Teen Queen: The Clique is a game which recreates the school environment in a mediocre way. The gameplay is repetitive and boring. We definitely suggest to avoid the title, also because of the wrong message it proposes.