Date Wrap is a great game that takes off when Janet and Bradley's car breaks down in the middle of nowhere during a rainstorm. Seeking shelter, they come across an old mansion and encounter a group of men who appear to be hiding something. That's when things really take off.
This game is very similar to a novel in the sense that there's plenty of dialogue to keep you informed of what's going on. Personally, I liked this feature a lot. It makes it so much easier to keep up with the game. You can also advance the text by using the left mouse button.
One thing that makes Date Warp so interesting is that everything you do, every choice you make, influences the outcome of the game. Whenever Janet has to make a decision, you have to decide which path she takes. In order to do this, you'll need to complete a pipe puzzle that lights up the path you choose. This is much more interesting than simply picking a path.
There are eleven different possible endings that make this game one that you'll want to play over and over again. I always find it intriguing when a company does this in a game and I want to go back and play all of them to see how things will end. If you feel the same way, you should thoroughly enjoy Date Wrap.
There are also many great features that make it more interesting like the skip option. This allows you to move through the game without having to read the text you already know or do pipe puzzles you've already solved, making replay more enjoyable.
However, if solving pipe puzzles and reading the text is not your thing, you may not find it as enjoyable as I did. One word of caution, Date Warp does use strong language and the hint of sexual behavioral so this is not a game for kids or anyone who is offended by this. Otherwise, you should find it to be quite enjoyable.