anyway, I think we should all email BFG and PF and ask them for a sequel! In one of these threads someone did find a web page for "Love & Death: Eternal".You can't access it, but I suspect that a sequel with that title may be in the works. I ignored the rumbling of my gut that something was off.Aged 32 and single, Willard Foxton decided to set himself the challenge of trying as many dating websites as possible, to up his chances of finding the perfect partner. This game has an unsatisfying (for some) ending, but it also has great game play, an interesting story, some pretty unique puzzles and is long enough to satisfy most players. I echo everyone's sentiments: there has GOT to be a sequel to this game.
I simultaneously wanted dates that were amusing enough to blog about, but I also wanted a real chance of meeting the future Mrs Foxton.
Unfortunately, while I was charming, intelligent, funny and normal, that gave me no guarantee that the person I'd meet would be the same. While this was clearly one of the worst dates ever, it wasn't the worst I've ever been on, or ever heard of.
On my first online date, the girl thought she'd sexily nibble me over dessert: unfortunately, her "sexy nibble" was actually an incredibly hard bite and I ended up screaming in pain, bleeding all over the table and walking away thinking she was completely mental. As I told my story to friends who'd also tried online dating, they'd tell me their stories of bizarre experiences, too.
For example, farmer dating website Muddy Matches sounds like the punchline to a joke, but actually turned out to be a brilliant way to meet plummy young ladies called Tamara who liked horseriding.
On mainstream sites, I often found people who were strange – one girl who organised her dating via a giant spreadsheet, for example, and another who started tearfully talking about her suicide attempts by the second drink.