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While sitting together on the couch in their physical living room, they recited their vows in front of hundreds of cyberfriends in an extravagant Utherverse ceremony complete with a long dress, hired DJ and elaborate decorations.Finding Virtual Love MMORPGs cater to the needs of a diverse range of users -- "I don't like to call them players," Utherverse co-founder Brian Shuster said.Titillating as some of the responses highlighted by the blog are, however, 36 You Games' decision to pack a game primarily pitched at young girls with rather more extreme replies often delivered at random could land the firm in trouble with Apple.
UPDATE: The game's page on the App Store comes with a disclaimer stating that the responses delivered within the title's chat mode are "generated and powered by a third-party engine" and are "the sole responsibility of such third-party engine (API) and not of 36You."The third-party engine in question appears to be Sim Simi API, which according to the firm's website learns responses suggested by users.
According to a 2007 study, one in three MMORPG players have found themselves attracted to another player.
Of the 912 MMORPG players from 45 different countries who were polled, 42 percent of female and 26 percent of male players admitted that they were attracted to other players they met as avatars.
They make up two of approximately seven million registered users of Utherverse, a 3D virtual world geared to an adult audience with a design that was inspired by Amsterdam’s red light district.
The Riselings also number among the many people who have found love through massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) such as Utherverse, World of Warcraft and Second Life.