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There have been many various wedding proposals prepared via video game modifications. Here is another whole new level of proposal, actually building a game from scratch for the sole purpose of asking for someone’s hand. That’s a new level altogether, romantic indeed.
Marchaka, a Redditor, has a pretty ideal girlfriend a gamer would want to have in Michele, as the two shares a serious love of video games. That made him thinks and got then wheels on his head thinking when he decided to pop the question.
Marchaka used VX Ace a $70 role-playing game maker and then he built Michele’s Quest. Michele’s Quest is a Final Fantasy-style title that consists of four acts and four boss battles.
After successfully completing each act, the player, Michele, Marchaka’s girlfriend, is rewarded with an image showing the location of a real-world key. Sitting next to the computer Michele played on was a chest with four locks. When she arrive at the fourth was unlocked, there was a note reading “turn around,” where she saw Marchaka on bended knee with the ring.
Not to any surprise, she said “yes.”
Marchaka has only little programming experience. It took him over 160 hours to build the game, which is filled with in-jokes, humor and loads of video game references. And lest you think Marchaka spent the four hours, it took Michele to complete the game standing over her shoulder. He even managed to plan ahead for that unforeseen event as well.
“We had some guests over and so I tried to downplay it by cooking a big dinner for everyone,” he said. “I spent most of my time in the kitchen but how the place is designed I can see the computer from there. The guests pulled up chairs next to her and chimed in with commentary and jokes…took any tension out of it until the big moment.”
Marchaka’s proposal has resemblance and can make you think back to Gary Hudston’s complicated yet elegant proposal to his then-girlfriend Stephy. Coordinating with the community and team members at Valve, he built a trio of levels for Portal 2 that in the long run led to a proposal voiced by none other than GLaDOS, the game’s AI villain, herself.
Marchaka has made the game available to anyone who wants to play it, as his story of proposal has gone viral.

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