Julian Luxemburg has prepared a dinner for two at his place – but things go awry when the date does not show up and he is left waiting at his dinner table, the clock’s ticking growing unbearably loud. „Dinner Date” is the character portrait of Julian: by becoming his subconsciousness you gain a clear vantage point on the worries which...
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Data di rilascio: 1 mar 2011

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Julian Luxemburg has prepared a dinner for two at his place – but things go awry when the date does not show up and he is left waiting at his dinner table, the clock’s ticking growing unbearably loud.

„Dinner Date” is the character portrait of Julian: by becoming his subconsciousness you gain a clear vantage point on the worries which take a hold of him. As the wait for the beautiful girl grows longer it becomes evident that Julian’s real problems may not even begin originate the girl: what of his work and his boss? And what of the headhunter, his fascination with Byron and his friendship with Jerry who, all things considered, was ultimately the person who pushed Julian to go on this date?

You are not merely listening – in the unprecedented role as his subconsciousness you tap the table, look at the clock and, as Julian bares more of his mind, reluctantly start to eat, your actions resonating with Julian’s thoughts to form an absolutely singular form of intimacy.

In this manner you will experience „Dinner Date”: with some glasses of wine, some bread, some soup - and with a clock which slowly mocks the constant wait for when she comes, this elusive girl who will solve everything.

Key features:

  • Julian’s story lasts a fully voiced 25 minutes and is told through various unique animations, set in a real-time 3d environment with the unique interface of playing as a subconsciousness, the first of its kind.
  • The game is complimented by an original score, written by Than van Nispen tot Pannerden.
  • At the Independent Game Festival 2011, „Dinner Date” has been nominated for the Nuovo award, an award which ‘honors abstract, shortform, and unconventional game development which advances the medium and the way we think about games.’

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Windows® XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1.6 Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX® 9 compatible video card
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 256 MB
    • Sound: OpenAL compatible sound card
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RevuRevu
( 18.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 4 maggio
Never showed up
Xxx Dannon's_Dong xxX
( 0.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 maggio
I can only guess this to be 10/10 game as myself have never been on a dinner date plus the bread in this game is great. The other thing is im pretty sure that if this had VR it would beat dota 2 in sales.
TheAutomaton
( 0.3 ore in totale )
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Pubblicata: 2 aprile
Normally I actually enjoy games like these. Games where not much happens. Games without enemies where you just explore.
This can't even be called a 'walking simulator'. It's a nothing simulator. For me, it wasn't thought-provoking or moving or even interesting, like most of these types of games aim to be in place of traditional gameplay. If you're going to remove gameplay elements like combat, leveling, etc you need to replace with them *something*. A story is usually what developers go with. Here they decided to go in a much more experimental direction and just replace all gameplay elements - including story - with nothing.
Also, the game is incredibly short (this might be good, though). The time that I have on record is exactly how long it took me to complete the 'story' without rushing.
This should have been a free game and even then it would have been hard to recommend.
RedAlbert
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 marzo
Semi successful story telling experiment that almost manages to reproduce a somewhat unpleasant experience. Too short and too uninteresting to really have any substance or impact, I cannot reccomend anyone pay for Dinner Date, for free you can sign up to Tinder or a dating site and experience a realistic sense of isolation and loneliness.

I rate this game 1 Swipe Lefts out of 10.
Cjcomplex
( 0.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 marzo
If listening to an insufferable ♥♥♥♥ whine about being stood up, then this is the game for you. Otherwise, don't bother playing this trash.
Anton freki
( 0.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 marzo
1/10, Worst game I have ever played.
Salarn
( 0.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 marzo
https://youtu.be/vjGxG_SYACo

Take on the role of Julian's subconscious as he waits for a date that he prepared dinner for and now eagerly waits to arrive. This short narrative work will tell it's story with or without player interaction.

The major issue is that Julian isn't a likeable character which makes playing the role of his subconscious tedious and dreary. Listen to him complain about how bad his life is at the fault of all others all while eating and drinking,
TheLTrain
( 0.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 marzo
$4 for this is way too much. I was bored out of my mind. Complete waste of time.
Punished 'Venom' Papyrus
( 0.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 5 marzo
11/10 Would play a THOUSAND times over.
Wonderful interactive story about the mindset of a man being stood up on a date.
But,oh no! It doesn't stop there!
We explore the nuances of dating mentality, and the joys of being a failure a everything in life.
Definitely buy this game, if not for the wonderful stortytelling elements, then for the emotional damage you WON'T accrue, but NOT going on a REAL date.
Please.
You will love. This. Game.
end me
( 1.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 5 marzo
i love this game
BigPapa
( 0.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 3 marzo
Friend got it for me as a joke.

Wish I could return it on his behalf.
Vermin Supreme
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 28 febbraio
Niakan was here
TheMarZun
( 0.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 febbraio
Best Game EVUR
I need a sequel and a prequel or i will die
10/11 would buy
JeffTheSquid
( 0.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 febbraio
This game is for you if you like a great story. This is not just a love story but also an action story about 2 lovers it was much better than I really expected it to be... Worth my money tbh I really enjoyed the short time playing it. If I was you I would buy it as it is worth the time.

What is bad about the game? The fact the clock is slitghty to the side and not inline with the table which can be very annoying!!!!

WARNING - NUDITY
RedSpades9
( 0.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 febbraio
I had a long and pretty thoughtful review written out, but the game didn't properly log my time, so I had to launch it again for at least five minutes to write the review.

I can sum up all my points with one simple fact, however: Once you hit start, you can wait roughly 25 minutes, doing nothing, and win. This is not a game. I'm not one of those people who says that lightly, like everyone who complains about games like Dear Esther. This litterally does not have any of the basic qualities necessary to fill out the "game" part of video game. This... piece of media did something new in one of the most uninteresting ways possible and recieved a laughable amount of praise for it, simply because no one else thought "Hey, my players would love to experience a game where they can't affect so much as even the run time." Or at least no one else thought that and didn't think right after "That's a really bad idea, let's try to make something better even if more conventional."

It wouldn't be so bad except that in addition to not being a game, it's a pretty awful short film that doesn't seem to want to impart anything upon me except a general dislike of the main(/only) character, and the least an unentertaining art film can do is teach me a new philosophy, make me aware of some plight in the world, or make me feel something emotional besides disdain at the money I spent on it.
Hakola
( 1.3 ore in totale )
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Pubblicata: 8 febbraio
So in 2011 my friend told me that I really should give indie games a try. I saw this. Dinner Date was my first indie game purchase.

I "played" it (you don't play it, it's a monologue from some sad dude in a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ apartment) and unfortunately refunds were not a thing back then.

I don't need a game to simulate the experience of being stood up on a date. I don't blame the virtual being who left the guy alone as he spends his time eating cold soup, drinking himself into a stupor and whining about the fact that he doesn't have time to read his own poetry.

My friend didn't believe me when I said that this was the worst games I have ever seen.

It truly is. There's nothing good about this game, other than the fact that I could uninstall it without any issues.

Unfortunately it remains in my library like a bad memory.
Keef Baker
( 0.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 febbraio
If I wanted to be a middle class loser who sat on his own talking to himself drinking wine I would have.. OH SHIII.... I ALREADY AM! THIS IS ME SIMULATOR!

/kills self.
Ricchan
( 0.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 31 gennaio
10/10 I really wanted porn but all i got was story
SoulPunch
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 gennaio
Just pointless...
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If listening to an insufferable ♥♥♥♥ whine about being stood up, then this is the game for you. Otherwise, don't bother playing this trash.
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Pubblicata: 14 novembre 2015
I think the developer should pay me for the time wasted playing this unfinished, 30-minute long, "edge-of-your-kitchen-chair-excitement" non-game...

Got it in a bundle and I still feel cheated...

Avoid...
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Pubblicata: 21 gennaio
This game is the biggest pile of pretentious tripe I've ever played, this is coming from someone who's favourite experience from a video game was Dear Esther.

Say what you like about Dear Esther but the point of it was that it was following the inner thoughts of a suicidally depressed man as we got some insight on loss, pain, depression and regret and what does Dinner Date offer us? The Inner thoughts of a boring, pretentious pillock, who's whining because nobody wants to bugger him.

I'm serious, this whole game is just a man, sat at a table, whining because he can't get laid and the worst part is that he has no redeeming qualities. He's racist, narcissistic, boring and full of crap. There is NOTHING worth investing yourself in, it's not even funny boring, it's just boring.

You could honestly get the same experience by going to your kitchen table and sitting there for twenty or so minutes, like you're waiting for a date, listening to a pod cast on the colour baige the entire time. There, you've played Dinner Date, except you can actually eat the food and turn off the podcast.

So, why haven't I spoken about the gameplay? Because there is none! Again, Dear Esther, you can walk around and look at stuff, listen to the monologue or enjoy the scenery. Here, there's NOTHING! You can interact with things, sure but only when the game tells you that it's okay to, otherwise you just hover your hand over it, like you're thinking about doing it. The game even tells you that you aren't in control and you're the character's subconscious, making this no more of a game than one of those College Humour POV videos, except those are funny and often relatable, whereas this is just garbage.

You have dozens of options presented to you, whilst you listen to the insightful inner thoughts of the loathesome protagonist and all that I was able to do was dip bread into a sauce and eat it. Although, I will say that I did find one thing in common with this guy, we were both incredibly bored and clock watching, throughout the experience.

The visuals look like ♥♥♥♥, I'm by no means a graphics snob but if you're going to force us to look at something for half an hour at least make it look realistic/nice or at least give it its own style like Facade. But no, this looks like a PS2 game that has gone through a dishwasher, it looks really shoddy.

The final thing I have to say is that everything about this game is still pretentious, despite the fact that it offers NOTHING, it acts like it's high art. It constantly has the div recite poetry with classical music playing in the background, whilst he goes on about how Japanese girls can't hold their liquor and how he can't wait for his date to show up so he can shag her. Bugger off Dinner Date, just bugger off.

During the hit list- I mean... credits, my eyes were drawn to the list of the cast and crew and bugger me backwards...
Try thinking up the most pretentious pseudonym you can, make it sound french and artsy like: Don Panthane Do Blur or some ♥♥♥♥ like that. Because the credits is full of those names, it's so full of it.

Don't buy this. If I had a physical copy of this game, I would've taken it out back and ♥♥♥♥♥♥ on it. Screw this game!
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Pubblicata: 17 dicembre 2015
A very short "game" about a neurotic, nicotine addicted alcoholic sex fiend who starts freaking out after his date is 10 mins late. You play the creeps subconcious and listen to him whine and moan for 20 mins. The chick that stood him up made a good call, I woulda ditched him too!
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Pubblicata: 24 dicembre 2015
If I wanted to get stood up I would ask a girl out in real life
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Pubblicata: 14 novembre 2015
If you came here thinking this was a dinner date simulator, you are very wrong. Dinner Date is an extremely linear and boring game. Absolutely no replay-ability since there is nothing to deviate from/variables to change. The chapters go from Introduction -> The Clock -> The Bread -> The Soup -> The Cigarettes. At least everything ends in 25 minutes.

Very Bad
- 3/10
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314.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 novembre 2012
I'm 42 hours into this game. My date still hasn't shown up yet. She's probably still coming. Gonna wait a few more hours.


Updates:
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Nov. 28 2012 @ 4:09pm
60 hours in. Still no date. Maybe her car broke down and her phone isn't working.

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Dec. 1 2012 @ 6:36pm
72 hours. Date still hasn't shown up yet. Maybe she's just really sick.

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Dec 4 2012 @ 2:23pm
127 hours played. Date hasn't shown up. Food is cold and stale at this point.

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Dec 8 2012 @ 7:08am
147 hours now. No sign of date. Maybe she's lost and can't find my house.

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Dec 12 2012 @ 10:58pm
Terrible news. I hit 150 hours played and can no longer launch Dinner Date. I think I got banned :(

CONCRETE EVIDENCE THAT THE TRIBUNAL IS A BROKEN SYSTEM

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Dec 17, 2012 @ 1:20pm
Good news everyone I am unbanned from Dinner Date. 151 hours in now and she hasn't showed up. I hope I didn't miss her while I was banned. Guess I'll wait to see if she comes back.

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Dec 19, 2012 @ 4:09pm
172 hours. Date hasn't shown up. I hope I didn't miss her. Better play through the game again and start over.

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Dec 31, 2012 @ 7:26pm
190 hours. No date yet. Probably got called into work or something.

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Nov 25, 2013 @ 2:16pm
239 hours. I hope she's ok. Maybe she was kidnapped. Thinking about calling the cops and reporting her missing.

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Jan 20, 2014 @7:30pm
247 hours. I reinstalled the game. Lost my save file so I gotta start over. Waited about 8 hours and she hasn't shown up. She's definitely coming this time though. I can feel it.

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February 14, 2014 @1:12am
259 hours. Maybe she went to the wrong address. Guess I'll have to wait longer and see.

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August 24, 2014 @ 10:58pm
287 hours. Maybe she fell asleep on the train. Soup is getting cold at this point.

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October 28, 2014 @ 12:40am
302 hours. Maybe she's infected with a deadly contagious disease and has been quarentined for public safety. Probably a good thing she hasn't showed up if that's the case. In other news, the day/night cycle of this game is really unrealistic.

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April 4, 2015 @ 12:44pm
314 hours. Maybe she's trapped indoors by a blizzard and can't leave her house. Guess I'll have to keep waiting.
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Pubblicata: 23 novembre 2013
Un'idea interessante, ma niente di più. Il solito non-gioco, ma realizzato più male che bene, durata infima (forse 10minuti). Comprato a 35centesimi in un bundle, ma mi aspettavo comunque di più.
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cortissimo ma piacevole, cambiare in questo tipo di "giochi" ci sta a volte. e per 3 euro ci stava tutto
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Pubblicata: 25 novembre 2013
Dinner Date is a very short indie title about a man waiting for his date to arrive and I ♥♥♥♥ing hated it.

The main reason I hated this game was mainly due to the usual false expectations scenario. Rather than just completely rip this game apart let me explain what I thought the game was going to be, and then what the game actually is.

What I thought Dinner Date was going to be:

Everything I thought this game was going to be came from what people posted about on the internet. Nothing I am writing in this section is what I hoped the game would be, this is what I expected based on others experiences with it. Like I mentioned above, this is a game about a man waiting for his date to arrive at his house. However, I was under the assumption that this would be 1st person, without any narration, and you are completely free to do whatever you want while you wait for the date. You do not know who the date is, or why this man is possibly being stood up. Maybe this is him being dumped, maybe he murdered her, maybe he doesn’t have a date and he’s lonely, we just don’t know. While waiting for your possible date to arrive, you are free to do whatever you want in your apartment. Doing actions will affect the outcome of “The Date”. Maybe you could eat your entire meal before he/she shows up, would that have an effect? Maybe if you drink the whole bottle of wine you will pass out and miss the date entirely, never knowing if the person came by or not. Maybe you could just sit there and wait the entire time, twiddling your thumbs, eagerly watching the clock. Maybe you could just ♥♥♥♥ing kill yourself, the point is what sold me on this game was mystery. Every time I looked into this game online, for whatever reason, the game was completely shrouded in mystery, and this made me want to play the game so badly. I was honestly expecting to play this game multiple times just to see what else I could make happen. There could’ve been so many possibilities, so many outcomes, but as you can guess I ended up being tremendously disappointed.

What Dinner Date actually is:

A monologue. The game is literally just a monologue disguised as a video game. If there are any David Cage fanboys reading this, buy this game right now. NOTHING you do while you “wait” for you date matters. I only played this game once and I went in with the intention of killing my character through alcohol abuse, but even though I am drinking down a glass of wine every 5 seconds, the character doesn’t shut up…even while he is drinking. You are forced to listen to this guy whine and complain and there’s nothing you can do about it. Yeah, there are actions, but they are ♥♥♥♥ing meaningless. I’m pretty sure if someone smoked 47 cigarettes in a row he would maybe cough a few times in the middle of his ♥♥♥♥♥ing. The game kept giving me hope that something good would happen. Oh look! He’s getting up! Can I jump out the window? Nope. Can I open my fridge? Nope. Well, can I grab that endless bottle of wine again? Not right now, nope. When I realized that I could just sit back and the game would play itself I decided to stick through to the end, with the hope that maybe something interesting would happen, but of course not. You listen to this guy whine and complain about life for awhile and then that’s it, it just ends. He doesn’t kill himself (sadly), the date never shows up, nothing ♥♥♥♥ing happens. The best part about the uh experience is the torture is short. My game time for this is 23 minutes and I waiting till the credits ended.

So that’s it, I can’t even recommend this game to people who enjoy monologues, or hearing sad..ish life stories. Rather that waste your time listening to this guys issue’s you could go hang out with your friends, and maybe help them with their problems. I can promise in that situation different outcomes and functionality that makes an impact, I dare you to try and drink as much wine as I did in this game while hearing your friend talk. In other words, real life is more of a video game than Dinner Date.
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Forever Alone: The Video Game
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Pubblicata: 28 novembre 2014
This game is good if your life sucks like mine

I mean it's the same price than a chocolate bar or a beer, but you can cry to this game longer
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Pubblicata: 7 novembre 2013
25 minutes of sheer boredom while you wait for something interesting to happen. I mean I can forgive the game not being a game per see if it actually does something worth experiencing.

Don't waste your time here fellas.
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Pubblicata: 1 dicembre 2014
This game is amazing. If offered me an experience I never had before and I probably never will have. I had so many feelings come over me. I felt the amazing feeling of having a date. I felt the horible feeling of someone not showing up to the date. It simulated real life perfectly. I'm glad I played this game before going on a real life date. If I ever feel lonley in by bedroom in the dark with the blinds closed then I can just play dinner date and feel the sensation of having a date. Then I will feel the depressing feeling of having my date not show up. In conclusion, this game is the best game I have played since Lunch date simulatior. I give this game a 20/10
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$2.50 chocolate bar > this
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In this high-budget blockbuster, you play as Dennis "Dinner" Dateman, as he attempts to beat the world record for self-pity. Featuring deep characterization (he wants to bang Japanese girls, and is uncompromising on this stance, as well as very vocal about it) a plot filled with twists and turns (Will the Japanese girl show up? Will he resist the urge to get drunk and have a breakdown about poetry? (No)) and a complex combo system (You can dip your bread in your soup OR in the dip, or even not dip it at all) this game is sure to have something for everyone. Don't miss out on the thrilling final act, in which he spends several minutes staring at the Dinosaur Comic on his fridge while throwing a tantrum about not remembering a poem.

Fedora DLC sold seperately.
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Pubblicata: 20 ottobre 2014
Watch forever alone Julian Luxemburg eating his meal that comes every time back with the power of Jeannies Magic.
This game has a heart breaking story with full of twists. Soon you will ask yourself: "Why am I playing? What where they thinking?" And the story will fully get you. I was shocked when he brutally murdered that slice of bread by dipping it in the sauce until it was drawn. I can hear it scream in my nightmares. But that was only the start. He uses some kind of Magic device to reverse the time and let the slice of bread suffer again and again while he murder him and his Son Bread,his Daughter Bread and his Wife bread. And it goes on, He lightens an innocent Cigarette! And draws all of his life by sucking on it. What is wrong with this guy? Why is he in such a Murder Rampage? Nobody will know! And it ends with an Cliff Hangar, he goes out of his House. What will come next? Will he clomp over innocent sidewalks? Will he buy a donut and eat it while the family of Daddy donut has to watch this? I cannot tell you. But someone who drawn innocent bread is able to do anything!
This game needs a second part the next episode should be called "Dinner Date Rampage of Julian Luxemburg"
I would recommend this game but the Story about a man who has tortured slice of bread to death is to much for me. So you better play something more innocent with less violence. Maybe Postal 2!
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Pubblicata: 8 dicembre 2014
Ever found yourself sitting around at home in your kitchen thinking "Boy, I wish I could play a game where I sit around at home in my kitchen whining about being stood up for a date for 25 minutes"? Neither have I.
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A game where you have a fancy date, but the only other character is your hand!
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