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Guy Proposes to His Girlfriend With Awesome Video Game He Helped Develop [VIDEO]


In super adorable things that make our hearts melt, an artist named Robert Fink worked with friends to develop a pretty involved game called Knight Man in order to propose to his then-girlfriend Angel. He filmed her as she played it (clearly much to her confusion) to document the occasion. The video is a little long, but it’s worth it to see her reaction when she realizes what’s happening. Congrats to the happy couple – and if you want to play the game, it’s here on Fink’s website!

(via LaughingSquid)

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  • http://entirelyawayfromhome.blogspot.com/ Anonymous

    This is super sweet! Not that I have the right to critique, but I feel like there’s no reason she couldn’t have rescued him and still have it play out properly. Just seemed odd to me that she was effectively proposing to herself.

  • Crystal N

    I THOUGHT THE SAME THING! I was just saying it would be cute if the “Princess” takes off his robe and it was him and she took the helmet and it would be her.

  • Anonymous

    Awwwwwwwwwww

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know…proposals always make me feel anxiety, ESPECIALLY public ones. There’s all this pressure for her to say yes…I just can’t find them cute.

  • Jake Mertz

    Well, I might do something like this, but I would make sure I did it in private first. If she said yes, then, well, I’d blast it for all the world to see! If she said no, it’d pretty much stay private. I don’t think I’d ever propose in public, it’d feel a bit…unfair to the lady I was proposing to, putting her on the spot like that.

  • Crystal N

    I’d say that a good majority of the time the person asking usually already knows the answer to the question (like they’ve talked about it in advance) before asking. Not always the case, but quite often.

  • Anonymous

    That seems to be the case in healthy relationships. Still, in the social context…I don’t like it.