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The most popular universities on Bumble were SMU, USC (✌️), and UCLA coming in 3rd.And if you feel like moving to a new city to up your dating odds, Bumble said that NYC, LA, London, Chicago and Toronto are the five most active cities.Wargroove is referred to as a smaller Chucklefish project, relatively speaking—six or seven people are working on it, with a release date targeted for early next year.Meanwhile, around nine or ten people are already working on Spellbound, and like Wargroove, it's partly inspired by games from old Nintendo consoles.But we’re assuming you don’t want to change your name just to fare better on a dating app (but hey, we won’t judge). Bumble released a post with a ton of info on what their users are into – which they are able to gain from a combination of your interests (which they pull from Facebook), the new contextual photo filter feature, and user’s overall profiles.The most popular job titles were Attorney, Investment Banker and Doctor – no surprise there."There’s a whole mixture of them," says CEO Finn Brice when I ask about Spellbound's influences."The most obvious ones were Harvest Moon and Stardew Valley, there’s a lot we learned from that.
During the interview, the staff referred to this project as 'Spellbound', a working title that's been doing the rounds for a while now, so that's how I'll refer to the game here.
Entrepreneur was the 7th most popular, so if you have a startup and want to do better on dating apps you should probably close up shop and head to law school or medical school.
If you want to know what entertainment habits will give you a better chance at finding a shared connection, Bumble said that Orange is the New Black was the most popular Netflix show, Chris Pratt & Jennifer Lawrence were the most popular movie stars, and Drake Kid Cudi were the most popular rappers.
I think the biggest thing we learned from Stardew Valley is that there’s an inherent value in [having] a game world that’s just charming to be in.
Before you even start talking about the gameplay and the mechanics and everything else, am I in love with this game world? How do I put together a game world that really hits home, [that] I just want to spend my time in?