Go on dates and roll in sand in We Met In May

What is courting if not an opportunity to embarrass your self in entrance of somebody and hope that they nonetheless such as you anyway? We Met In May, launched earlier this week, explores “the comedy that comes with getting to know someone” by a collection of vignettes. Go to the seaside. Cook some dinner. Decide whether or not or to not cover your bra. You know the form of factor. Here’s a trailer.

Made by Nina Freeman, Jake Jefferies, and Ryan Yoshikami, the sport options the previous pair of their early courting makes an attempt, apparently based mostly on their actual experiences.

I haven’t been in a position to play the complete factor as a result of [the screeching, wailing sound of time passing over a crammed to-do list], however the vignette Beach Date seems to be a minimum of based mostly on Freeman and Jefferies’ entry within the sunset-themed recreation jam from final 12 months. “It’s goofy, but also sweet,” mentioned I, as soon as upon a time, which appears like what We Met In May is aiming for.

The recreation’s retailer web page additionally factors out: “These aren’t massive 400 hour RPGs, so don’t expect bazillions of hours of gameplay. In fact, only expect… an hour or less! Unless you want to share these at a party – then you can get lots of hours out of the collection by watching your friends try to pour sand directly into Jake’s mouth in…Beach Date.” Yes. Good. All of that is wonderful.

We Met In May is obtainable from Steam and itch.io for $4.99/£3.99/€3.99.