If there’s one thing I’ve learned from reviewing Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker, it’s that I should never EVER consider a career as a professional matchmaker.
Don’t get me wrong: I’ve actually gotten surprisingly good – in a game.
Kitty seemed like a good way to tick all of the boxes.
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Franke (below) tells Polygon about his relationship with Kitty who has "been around the block for a few years now," he says. She isn't a commercial character like Mario or Lara Croft; she is a part of me and it's important to differentiate that both in and out of the game world." His new game — developed along with Kieran Keegan with whom Franke formed UK-based studio Magic Notion — is giving Kitty a wider audience.
Regardless, we have got to stop the inward dialogue that questions whether or not every somewhat attractive, single, godly seeming man is the “one.” We enter into this immediate evaluation of their character, the timing, our prayer life, mutual friends and interests, etc., Next thing you know, we’re playing a love story in our head that hasn’t even happened. They will be friends, authority figures, mentors, disciples and maybe even a husband one day.
We need to stop obsessing about finding our soul mate because we already have one. There are many roles that God has designed and accounted for within His body, but the most important one that we all share is that of His children—heirs to the King.
After learning a bit about them (interests, their personality and their ‘character type’) it’s time to go through Kitty Powers’ little Black Book and match them up with a date.
The more matches you make between interests, hair/eye colour preferences and personalities, the better the date will go (as with real life) and the more points you’ll accumulate.