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* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their dates do, they'll like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).
* YourCheatingHeart: In ''Love Life'', a married villager can have an affair with one of their friends, causing long-term problems.

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* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their dates do, they'll like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).
* YourCheatingHeart: In ''Love Life'', a married villager can have an affair with one of their friends, causing long-term problems.
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Kitty Powers' Matchmaker is a 2014 simulation video game that was developed by Magic Notion and published through Mastertronic Group. The game's premise has the player serving as an employee to drag queen and matchmaker Kitty Powers.

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[[https://store.steampowered.com/app/285740/Kitty_Powers_Matchmaker/?snr=1_5_1100__1100 Kitty Powers' Matchmaker Matchmaker]] is a 2014 simulation video game that was developed by Magic Notion and published through Mastertronic Group. The game's premise has the player serving as an employee to drag queen and matchmaker Kitty Powers.



Two sequels to the game were released: ''Kitty Powers' Love Live'', where the player helps build a Love Village and help couples in their relationships, and ''Kitty Powers' Speed Date'', a FreeToPlay game where the player helps their clients pick the best candidate after speed dating.

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Two sequels to the game were released: ''Kitty Powers' Love Live'', Life'', where the player helps build a Love Village and help couples in their relationships, and ''Kitty Powers' Speed Date'', a FreeToPlay game where the player helps their clients pick the best candidate after speed dating.


* LiteralMetaphor: When a married villager tries to make amends with their lover, the minigame involves them literally crossing thin ice.

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* LiteralMetaphor: When In ''Love Life'', when a married villager tries to make amends with their lover, the minigame involves them literally crossing thin ice.

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* LiteralMetaphor: When a married villager tries to make amends with their lover, the minigame involves them literally crossing thin ice.


* AmicableExes: Spicy candidates don't mind if their client's ex shows up, and they'll acknowledge that at least they're still friends.

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* AmicableExes: Spicy candidates don't mind if their client's date's ex shows up, and they'll acknowledge that at least they're still friends.



* SpidersAreScary: Methodical candidates are afraid of spiders, and their client must squish them before they reach them. {{Inverted|Trope}} with Carefree candidates, though, where they'll hate it if their client does so.

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* SpidersAreScary: Methodical candidates are afraid of spiders, and their client date must squish them before they reach them. {{Inverted|Trope}} with Carefree candidates, though, where they'll hate it if their client date does so.



* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their candidates do, they'll like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).

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* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their candidates dates do, they'll like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).


* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their candidates do, they will like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).

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* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their candidates do, they will they'll like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).

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* AmicableExes: Spicy candidates don't mind if their client's ex shows up, and they'll acknowledge that at least they're still friends.

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* SpidersAreScary: Methodical candidates are afraid of spiders, and their client must squish them before they reach them. {{Inverted|Trope}} with Carefree candidates, though, where they'll hate it if their client does so.


* GuiltyPleasures: Clients have at least one interest that their Type usually doesn't like, such as a Geek secretly liking penthouse suites, which is usually liked by Glams.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[LetsPlay/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]]] and [[Music/KatyPerry Katie Berry]].

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[LetsPlay/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]]] [=DewDiePie=]]] and [[Music/KatyPerry Katie Berry]].


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* WesternZodiac: Some clients believe in horoscopes, and if they and their candidates do, they will like it if they have matching signs (or at least matching color-coded elements).


* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[LetsPlay/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]]] and [[Music/KatiePerry Katie Berry]].

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[LetsPlay/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]]] and [[Music/KatiePerry [[Music/KatyPerry Katie Berry]].


* NoCelebritiesAreHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[Creator/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]] [[Creator/KatiePerry Katie Berry]].

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* NoCelebritiesAreHarmed: NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[Creator/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]] [[Creator/KatiePerry [[LetsPlay/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]]] and [[Music/KatiePerry Katie Berry]].

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* NoCelebritiesAreHarmed: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' are {{Expies}} of famous celebrities, like [[Creator/PewDiePie [=DewDiePie=]]] [[Creator/KatiePerry Katie Berry]].


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* PunnyName: Some of the VIP clients in ''Speed Date'' have names that hint towards their Type, such as Will Barrow (who's a Practical).


Two sequels to the game were released: ''Kitty Powers' Love Live'', where the player helps build a Love Village and help couples in their relationships, and ''Kitty Powers' Speed Date'', a FreeToPlay game where the player helps their clients pick the best candidate after speed dating.



* BribingYourWayToVictory: ''Speed Date'' can let you buy Pearls that you can use to help in speed dating or build new locations using real money, though they can also be earned in-game by completing missions or watching ads.



* MatchmakerQuest

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* MatchmakerQuest{{Gayborhood}}: In ''Love Life'', it's possible to have a Love Village composed entirely of same-sex couples.
* JiveTurkey: Glam types usually speak like this, spouting slang such as "amazeballs" and "deliciosorooni".
* MatchmakerQuest: Your goal in ''Matchmaker'' and ''Speed Date'' is to help the client succeed at dating the selected candidate or pick the best one out of several after a speed date, respectively.



* NewAgeRetroHippie: One of the ten Types in the series, hippies typically like animals and nature and speak with a thick Cockney accent.
* OldSaveBonus: Newly matched couples from ''Matchmaker'' can be transferred over to ''Love Life'' with a code.



* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: One of the speaking styles - for example, at the end of a date they'll say 'You've won my cardiovascular organ!'
* TalkAboutTheWeather: One of the possible conversation topics on dates. It's quite easy to pull off - as long as you noticed whether it was raining or not when your client arrived at the restaurant, nobody will get upset - but it's also not going to impress anyone.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: One of the speaking styles styles, usually of Geeks - for example, at the end of a date they'll say 'You've won my cardiovascular organ!'
* TalkAboutTheWeather: One of the possible conversation topics on dates. It's quite easy to pull off - as long as you noticed whether it was raining or not when your client arrived at the restaurant, nobody will get upset - but it's also not going to impress anyone.anyone.
* YourCheatingHeart: In ''Love Life'', a married villager can have an affair with one of their friends, causing long-term problems.


* ScoldedForNotBuying: If you set up a date between two customers but cancel it in the last second, the customer will make an annoyed comment.



* TalkAboutTheWeather: One of the possible conversation topics on dates. It's quite easy to pull off - as long as you noticed whether it was raining or not when your client arrived at the restaurant, nobody will get upset - but it's also not going to impress anyone.

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* TalkAboutTheWeather: One of the possible conversation topics on dates. It's quite easy to pull off - as long as you noticed whether it was raining or not when your client arrived at the restaurant, nobody will get upset - but it's also not going to impress anyone.
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* MatchmakerQuest
* MinigameGame: Effectively the date portion involves completing a number of random small tasks ranging from calculating a bill, completing a simple match 3 game, to remembering one of the date's interests.



* MinigameGame: Effectively the date portion involves completing a number of random small tasks ranging from calculating a bill, completing a simple match 3 game, to remembering one of the date's interests.




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* TalkAboutTheWeather: One of the possible conversation topics on dates. It's quite easy to pull off - as long as you noticed whether it was raining or not when your client arrived at the restaurant, nobody will get upset - but it's also not going to impress anyone.

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