Programmer Builds Sweet Video Game to Propose to His Girlfriend

With the amount of viral video proposals in this day and age, it’s difficult to find a one that’s truly unique. Luckily, redditor LA Pike stepped up to the plate today to give us something we haven’t seen before. In the video above, the man, who calls himself a programmer proposes to his girlfriend by having her play a game he built himself. The couple are in their mid twenties and currently live in Cincinnati, OH. The levels are based on some of the best memories he has of her when they were dating.

Level 1: First meeting at Bockfest


Level: 2: First Date


Level 3: First Road Trip Together


Level 4: Traveling to Portland


Level 5: Gen Con


Level 6: Back Home


Final Screens


Mariachis appear on the screen and plays “Nostros.” The same song his grandfather serenaded his grandmother with when he proposed to her over 60 years ago.


A man who is supposed to be LA Pike appears.


Then this message shows up.


This is where he gets down on one knee and proposes. Can you guess what her answer was?


Source: IMGUR

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