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Jake's Booty Call officially just Booty Call is the name given to a series of 33 multiplot Flash animation games and three 'extras' originally produced by Eric Eisner and hosted at Romp. Usually the aim is to get him to have sex with one woman; however, a few episodes require more than one to complete. Each episode takes place in different surroundings, and some are easier to complete than others. In the first few episodes, the setting of the game did not change; however, as the series progressed, games gave Jake the ability to choose which setting to go to.
The player controls Jake by using a mouse to click on various buttons to choose actions such as choosing whether or not to take ecstasy or dialogue such as to pretend to be local or a tourist. Jake responds accordingly.
If throughout the course of the game, the player chooses the right responses each time, Jake will win and have sex with a girl. The player will be rewarded with a sex scene and the text "You get laid, you big pimp!
In some cases, Jake has sex with more than one girl - in a few episodes, this happens throughout the plot and is referred to as a Bonus Bang; some episodes, notably Hat Trick and It's Your Birthdayrequire Jake to have sex with more than one girl in order to win. On many occasions the girls were voiced by whomever Julian had met in bars while making the games.
Heterosexual and lesbian sex are the only sexual acts portrayed in the games, although allegedly an animation loop involving Jake being sodomized by his "wingman" was produced and nearly made it into one episode as an Easter egg.
If the player makes a mistake, Jake will say something scathing, such as romp sex game have no game", and the player will either be taken back to the decision and choose a different path or in some cases restart the episode. Some paths lead you to the same place and many of the games have a safe point, whence the player can make any decision and end up winning.
The episodes were originally available via the official Romp website romp. Due to the company Nebulous Films taking on animation following Episode 9, players romp sex game notice a large difference in animation quality between the very early episodes and the more recent ones. Jake himself is presented as a brash, boorish, egotistical young man somewhere in his late 20s and loosely based on creator Julian Max Metter.
Despite his character, he is also rather charming, especially when it comes to chatting up ladies. He has very low moral standardsindulging heavily in drugs and drinking large amounts of alcohol - his favourite drink is a Jack Daniel's and Coke.
He appears to have the ability to pull drinks and drugs from anywhere in any given situation. Jake's choice of clothing is almost always an orange T-shirt and blue jeansalthough romp sex game some cases this changes for example, in Wall Street he wears a business suit. In scenes where Jake is unclothed, we see his torso is quite muscular. He has spiky brown hair. He is also the only male character in the series to have his penis censored, mostly by pixelation, objects and occasionally, the "LD" Long Dilsnic - "Dilsnic" standing for "Dick" logo.
The LD is often mentioned throughout the run of episodes. Jake's catchphrase is "Fo' sheezy! He deliberately uses these colloquialisms for comic effect. He appears to have a mercurial sense of humourand laughs a lot. Jake's surname is never mentioned, he usually gives his name as "Just Jake" or "Jake, Baby" but in the school reunion episode an envelope can be seen with his name on it as "Jake L Koeokd", with a nonsensical postal address in California.
Strangely enough the same name and address appears in the top left-hand corner of the envelope implying that he posted his reunion invite to himself. In the same episode, it is revealed that he left school in There are few other recurring characters in the game, due to the fact that most of its characters are girls, and Jake picks a different one every time; however, Jake is sometimes seen with his best friends acting as "wingmen".
In many episodes, Calvin accompanies Jake; he is an easy-going young man with blonde hair and sunglasses. In the last few episodes, Dre replaces Calvin; he is slightly younger he graduates in his first appearance, Graduation Part 1and smoother than Calvin. He has black hair and a light brown complexion.
All main characters appear in the final episode. The three extra webisodes are not games. One is a music video spoof entitled "Booty Call"; the other two are news reports, reporting on the death of Jake and his subsequent funeral. These appear to happen out of continuity with the games themselves, as Jake does not publicly die in any episode.
Jake was stabbed to death at the end of the first Mardi Gras episode, but was brought back to life in the second.
As Mardi Gras 2 is set immediately afterwards, this happens almost instantly, so there would have been no report on his killing and certainly no funeral. A feature film, this time fully named Jake's Booty Callwas released, based on the Flash series.
The screenplay was written by director Eric Eisner who co-directed the film with J. The quality of the animation and de is superior to that of the games, due to the cutting edge Flash animation techniques first pioneered by the film's Production De team of Jason Raines and Michael Montaine. Some of the animators were later moved to Six Point Harness, an animation studio. The film features Jake befriending Siton Manaba, who is revealed to be a prince looking for love, and trouble ensues as they go travelling together.
At the end of the movie, Jake moves back to his home, so it could feasibly take place at any point in Booty Call' s canonthe only indication of its romp sex game being the appearance of Calvin. The film was released independently in ; however, it was released in the USA only and through selected media, therefore it never went mainstream. National Lampoon picked up the film and took it on tour, showing it mostly at universities around the world. Despite the same themes from the series - drug abuse, alcohol and graphic sexuality although full-frontal nudity is never seen - it was rated R by the MPAAmarked as suitable for over 17s.
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