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Man Proposes to Woman Through Chivalrous Video Game He Built Himself Robert Fink's knight rescues princess

In recent years, we've seen guys propose marriage through infographics, banner ads and crowdsourcing. But Oregon 3-D artist Robert Fink outscores them all with this impressive multi-level video game he created to ask his girlfriend, Angel White, to tie the knot.

Fink worked with two techie friends over five months to create Knight Man: A Quest for Love, which involves a knight's efforts to rescue a princess. White, also an avid gamer, had tested games for Fink before, so she wasn't too suspicious when he invited her to swing by his studio and give Knight Man a try. At the end of the quest, this message appeared: "Princess, I have searched far and wide and braved many dangers searching for my one and only. I believe with all my heart that I have found you ... Angel White, would you do me the honor of sharing your life with me?" (I guess hiding a ring in a tub of hot wings during a Call of Duty marathon wouldn't have been as magical.)

White accepted, and with any luck, they'll live happily ever after.

Via Laughing Squid.

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