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Finding your own true love is never easy, let alone finding it for other people. Kitty Powers' Matchmaker makes matchmaking fun, though. You get to send couples out on dates, coach them through small talk, and mark them with Cupid's arrow - sometimes literally. If everything goes well, you'll get a wedding invite. If things go badly - well, there are other fishies in the sea, right?
Here are a few tips that will help you help others get lucky in love.
- When you unlock the salon, tap on the question mark to get Kitty's opinion on outfits, etc - Once you learn a bit about the art of matchmaking, you unlock the salon. Here you can change your clients' clothes, hairstyle, and other features to make them more desirable. Tap the question mark block to get Kitty to tell you what personality types are attracted to a particular set of clothing or a certain hairstyle.
- Use profile tabs to shuffle between general info, likes, and personality - When a lovelorn client shows up on your doorstep, make sure to read their profile thoroughly. That means combing through all the tabs on file: their general information, what they like, and their personality traits.
- As you level-up, you learn more about clients' personalities - Occasionally, leveling-up rewards you with the ability to perceive clients' personality traits. In other words, the more you play, the easier it becomes to match up lovebirds.
Time to Court
- Match up as much profile info between clients as you possibly can - When shuffling through clients and prospects, try and find as much common ground as possible: Jobs, hobbies, even compatible horoscopes. It'll make dates go much more smoothly.
- Matching up clients according to physical preference is handy, but not necessary - Clients usually have preferences for hair and eyes. Though these provide a nice first impression and a bit of a bonus, don't kill yourself trying to make a physical match. It's what's inside that counts, right?
- Sometimes opposites attract - At the end of the day, sometimes your client has nothing in common with their date - and yet they still hit it off. Never be afraid to take a chance!
Mastering the Mating Dance
- If you encourage your clients to tell lies, it may come back to haunt you - You can encourage your clients to lie to their dates, but it's not advised. More often than not, if a relationship is based on tall tales you'll soon get a sad letter announcing a big break-up - and break-up letters damage your reputation. It's best to tell the whole truth. If couples aren't quite compatible, they can always go on a second date, or just try someone else.
- Is a date about to excuse themselves to visit the restroom? Memorize their appearance quickly! - If a date gets up to go see a man about a horse, give them a once-over. When they come back, they'll have changed something about their appearance. If you don't correctly identify what's different, they won't be impressed.
- During a date, don't talk about a topic twice - Try to remember the conversations as they go on. Talking about a topic twice is a big social blunder. That goes for clients that date the same person more than once, too! You can always pull the love handle again if you have the coins to spare.
- Pay attention to the weather when you pull up to the restaurant - When the taxi pulls up to the restaurant, take note of the weather. Is it raining? Is it clear? Try to remember. The weather isn't an exciting topic, but it's a safe one - provided you can remember the conditions outside.
- Keep an eye out for coins and cherubs and tap them when they fly by - Once in a while, coins or cherubs may fly by while the date is in session. Tap them for a bit of extra money, or a small love boost.