Are you hooked on your favourite Nintendo games? If you’re also a LGBT single, perhaps your ideal partner would be someone sharing your passion. The best place to meet other single gamers is going online. You could get acquainted with a cross-section of different individuals in chat rooms, or by sending direct messages. The relaxed environment is always conducive to flirty exchanges. Whether you prefer texting, phone calls, or video chatting, you’ll soon be arranging get-togethers. For those with more adventurous tastes – LGBT relationships, unicorn polyamory and so on – you can refer to a unicorn dating site to pave the way for exciting game nights for 3 individuals. To help you with that, how about some suggestions for ideal Nintendo games to play together?
Stardew Valley offers a straightforward plot concept that would be the ideal starting point for a date night with your girlfriend and anyone else wishing to join the fun! You are a drone tap-tapping away on your office computer, stuck in the daily grind until you find this becomes too much to bear. So, you walk off the job, clambering aboard a bus to travel to the dilapidated farm left to you by your grandpa sometime ago. Now you can achieve various goals away from the rat race, such as completing a community centre, adding exhibits to a museum, catching fish and much more.
Minecraft takes players into a fantastical dimension where the object is to survive as well as build and also explore a world that is randomly generated. As you get to grips with putting together the various components for this intriguing landscape, you can also take on challenges such as navigating your way through dangerous mineshafts. As an additional plot twist, there is also a lurking dragon you can try to defeat. The beauty of this game is that you and your partner(s) are in control of how the background changes, allowing you to tap into your creativity.
The unlikely main characters are two animated figures made from yarn. This might sound like a wacky premise, but the result is Nintendo gameplay that can become seriously addictive. The red ‘yarney’ has been separated from home and owner during a storm at sea, ending up washed ashore on a strange land, his yarn cut to a dead end. Amongst the flotsam from the shipwreck, he encounters a blue yarney, and they connect their dead ends to form a special bond. Such a simple idea, yet this becomes gripping as you begin exploring caves and cityscapes as a team.
This is a hugely popular Nintendo game ideal for up to four players. You work as a team in the kitchen, toiling as chefs tasked with preparing, cooking and then dishing up various sumptuous dishes. As well as getting to grips with the chaos in the kitchen, you need to ensure your orders are placed in front of the highly demanding customers before they exit, throwing tantrums.
If you are drawn to intricate puzzles, Death Squared would be the perfect way to spend your date night. The plot of this popular Nintendo outing is based on the adventures of an employee – David Venezuela – and his friend Iris, an AI being. Together, they test out robotic cubes and face a gauntlet of 80 puzzles. Each of these unfolds across a single screen, offering protagonists a top-down view of the adventures. The name of the game is cooperation, although there are opportunities for players to mess around with each other, making it the perfect way to break the ice with new partners.