Summer Paradise Walkthrough

Some people have been asking me for a walkthrough. 🙂

Well, here it is, the Summer Paradise walkthrough. ^^

(Use this only if you’re really, really stuck. It’s definitely more fun to figure everything out for yourself. ^^)

Here’s how to get MARK LIGERO’s good, bad and neutral ends.

(Good)

  • [Either]
  • [Either]
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Don’t hide!
  • Sure!
  • Stay.
  • [Either]
  • Don’t tell.
  • Don’t cheer him up.
  • I wanted to see you.
  • Not bad, you could have done better! / You could have done better than that.
  • Do you think people like me?
  • Yes.

(Bad)

  • [Either]
  • [Either]
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Don’t hide!
  • Sure!
  • Leave.
  • [Either]
  • Don’t tell.
  • Don’t cheer him up.
  • I have nothing to do.
  • James is so much better! / Why didn’t you hit all of them?
  • Do you think people dislike me?
  • No.

(Neutral)

  • [Either]
  • [Either]
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Don’t hide!
  • Sure!
  • Leave.
  • [Either]
  • Don’t tell.
  • Don’t cheer him up.
  • I wanted to see you.
  • Not bad, you could have done better! / You could have done better than that.
  • Do you think people dislike me?
  • Yes.

Here’s how to get JAMES RODRIGUEZ’s paths.

(Good)

  • [Either]
  • We used to be playmates!
  • Walk with James.
  • Sure!
  • Leave.
  • Tell.
  • Cheer him up.
  • No, I’m fine.
  • You’re more than just a friend to me.
  • Yes.

(Bad)

  • [Either]
  • You were my classmate once.
  • Walk with James.
  • Sure!
  • Leave.
  • Tell.
  • Cheer him up.
  • Why did you do that?!
  • You’re a very nice friend.
  • No.

(Neutral)

  • [Either]
  • You were my classmate once.
  • Walk with James.
  • Sure!
  • Leave.
  • Tell.
  • Cheer him up.
  • Why did you do that?!
  • You’re more than just a friend.
  • Yes.

Here’s ARVIN GAMBOA’s guide.

(Good)

  • You’re my childhood friend of mine, aren’t you?
  • [Either]
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Hide!
  • No, thank you.
  • I can’t handle this myself.
  • Don’t call out.
  • Don’t ask.
  • [Either]
  • No I don’t.
  • Because I want to.
  • Answer him.
  • Admit it.

(Bad)

  • Do I know you?
  • [Either]
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Hide!
  • No, thank you.
  • I can’t.
  • Don’t call out.
  • Don’t ask.
  • [Either]
  • I don’t know.
  • Because you’ve been there for me too.
  • Don’t answer him.
  • Deny it.

(Neutral)

  • You’re a childhood friend of mine, aren’t you?
  • [Either]
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Hide!
  • No, thank you.
  • I can’t.
  • Don’t call out.
  • Don’t ask.
  • [Either]
  • I don’t know.
  • Because I want to.
  • Don’t answer him.
  • Admit it.

And here’s how to get VAUGHN GUEVARRA’s endings.

(Good)

  • You’re my childhood friend aren’t you?
  • We used to be playmates!
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Don’t hide!
  • No, thank you.
  • I can handle this myself.
  • Call out.
  • Ask.
  • Cheer him up.
  • Ask him!

(Neutral)

  • You’re my childhood friend aren’t you?
  • We used to be playmates!
  • I have to go somewhere else.
  • Hide!
  • No, thank you.
  • I can handle this myself.
  • Call out.
  • Ask.
  • Don’t cheer him up.
  • Don’t ask him!

Note: You may be able to get the neutral endings, and Vaughn’s endings even if you don’t strictly follow this guide. ^^ The game chooses the endings through a points system and not through specific routes.

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7 thoughts on “Summer Paradise Walkthrough

  1. Hum, hey! I can’t seem to get Mark’s neutral ending, even following the walkthrough… What to do?

    Really sweet game, by the way ^^ Only got 3 endings, one bad, one neutral and one good, but loving it =)

    1. Thank you very much Sofalisa! 🙂
      Oh, I’m sorry, maybe I made a mistake somewhere there. Though, like I said, you don’t need to stick to walkthrough to get the neutral one, since the whole game is based on a points system. But I’ll try to play it again one time so I could update this. Thanks for pointing it out. 🙂

    1. Hey V~
      Well, it’s not necessarily “true”, but that’s how it would have ended if none of the events had happened. 🙂 At least, that’s for me. Haha. In reality, it all just depends on how you see it. 😉

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