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Curious Facts: Angry Birds addict proposes marriage to girlfriend through custom-made level

Ben Levi, 30, popped the question to Melissa Swift, 24, by having Angry Birds' maker, Rovio, create for him a unique level ending with the words "Marry Me Mel".


Happy ending: The custom-made Angry Birds level designed by Rovio that enabled Ben Levi to propose to his longtime girlfriend, Melissa Swift, despite her resentment toward his addiction to the game.
An Australian fan of the game Angry Birds proposed to his girlfriend through a custom-made level of his favorite game.

Ben Levi, 30, asked makers Rovio for help in popping the question to Melissa Swift by creating a one-off game level ending with the words "Marry Me Mel."

He also hoped it would soften her attitude to his popular pastime — which she'd previously admitted to hating because of the time he spent on it. Luckily, both Rovio and later Swift said yes to his requests — and the heartwarming scenes were caught on secret cameras set up in a Sydney restaurant.

Will you make a marriage proposal with a videogame instead of a classic one??? Well it was an original idea, but not everyone can do this.

Full Video (marriage proposal at 1:03):


Credits: Angry Birds Nation/NY Daily Time/News Agencies/Rovio

1 comments :

{ JOHN PEARSON } at: November 29, 2013 at 3:32 AM said...

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