'Table Manners' finally lets you take a disembodied hand out on a date
I love dumb stuff: corgis with long legs, cheese that looks like people, my idiot boyfriend (hi, honey!) In Table Manners, dumb stuff abounds. For a gamer like me, that is a match made in heaven.
The "physics-based dating simulator," availableon PC this Valentine's Day, tasks players with helping a disembodied hand impress a dinner date. How did this hand come to be severed? I don't know. Can the hand even eat dinner? No clue. Why is this charmer still single? You tell me!
The game opens on a desk that doubles as your mission control center and tutorial level in what looks like a college dorm room. Taking a break from his studies and other undisclosed hand business, Mr. Hand swipes away on an app called Blundr.