Author: Star LaBranche
Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker Game Review
[quote]After playing for about an hour, I was hooked. I was having so much fun and I was really getting the hang of the game.”[/quote]
Reason for Rating:
It’s a fun and addicting game, unlike anything I’ve ever played. If there was more content and options it would be a 5 star game!
- Google Play Store (for Android devices)
- Apple App Store (for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch)
- Amazon App Store (for Kindle Fire devices)
‘Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker’ is an adorable game featuring a stunning drag queen in “executive realness” directing you through your own matchmaking service. The game revolves around setting up clients with dates and coaching them through the night so that they can find love. It’s a fun game to play and very easy to pick up. The LGBTQIA+-friendly aspects are refreshing, and even things like the animation and layout are aesthetically pleasing and nicely done.
You start out with Kitty directing you through the tutorial. You have to pick a good match for your client, then select the restaurant that they will go on a date to. (I’d love to see a new expansion with movies, bowling and other playable activities.) Once you get to the date, you help out your client via an ear piece. You pick out what to talk about and play mini games to direct the date. There’s some skill involved, but also a fair amount of luck.
The first date I did after finishing the tutorial was a disaster. Even though I instructed the guy to engaged her in fascinating conversation about the weather and horoscopes, my client’s date was impossible to please and they ended the night on a sour note. But I quickly got the hang of it and started working up the ladder with my matchmaking business. After playing for about an hour, I was hooked. I was having so much fun and I was really getting the hang of the game.
Kitty Powers’ is highly recommend as an enjoyable way to spend some time and have a little fun meddling in pretend people’s love lives. Trust me, it’s much easier than actually doing that in real life. A lot less drama, too.