Completely different from the other Apartment music in the game, it remains unused in both the game and the music section.
Its name indicates that it was to be used when characters were displaying sad emotions.
SEQ_apartmentsad Intended as a boredom theme in the Ski Shop, evidenced by its name.
There is also unused dialogue for items that are impossible for Becky or Brett to ever receive in their respective paths or never have an opportunity of using on certain characters.
Amorous Action is an item used by Brett in-game and has the effect of kissing whoever you're talking to.
Becky never receives this item, but still has programmed dialogue for when it is used.
Sprung was one of the Nintendo DS' launch titles, notable for being one of the few western-developed dating sims released commercially in the United States.
The game puts you in the roles of both Becky and Brett, two twenty-somethings on vacation in the mountains with their wild cast of friends.
The game is generally text-based and can be considered both an adventure and a dating sim.
An unused scene with the description - "You meet Kiki in a bar. Another scene, "Love in the Lift", is also unused; this is likely an earlier version of Brett's first scene "Lift off!
" and is shown in a screenshot in the game's booklet.
It has the description "Learn to score with the ladies".