Buy a custom romantic game for the one you love

Kotaku reports that a new division of an established Australian studio is offering custom games to offer up a very special message of love.

The basic package, based on the Museum scenario Frew made for his partner, starts at $300-$400, and takes about a week in development time. It includes up to three custom-designed characters, dialogue and an “optional combat scene” at the end. It can be created for anniversaries, proposals, or just a unique way to say “I love you”.

There’s definitely a market for what Heart2Game is offering. Hacking together games or levels to propose to someone has a rich history, available through many cute videos out there online.

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