In September, they decided to take things to the next level and see each others' faces for the first time.
Sean and Meta, 37 and 38, respectively, met as avatars.
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.
On the other hand, the fact managed to slip through Apple's net in the first place could be considered equally astonishing.
has been thrust into the spotlight after being featured by Kotaku.
The appearance of a Tumblr blog designed to highlight some of the game's most bizarre replies has also raised the game's profile.
The game's description claims said virtual boyfriend is "always there for you", and encourages players to "make cookies for him everyday" to "keep a happy and sweet relationship."However, Pocket was contacted by one user who claimed the game's lead character quickly strayed from all things "happy and sweet" when asked some probing questions.'Explicit'"I was testing the limitations of the system and seeing how it dealt with inappropriate questions, which has long been the challenge for chat bots," the player, who wishes to remain anonymous, told us."The response was more explicit than I ever expected." and sampled similar responses ourselves.
After Meta's daughter Kinzee, 14, and Sean's daughter Josie, 8, finished talking, "we pretty much knew, this was it," Meta said.
They picked a date to meet in October in Oklahoma City, halfway between Meta's home in Ozark, Mo., and Sean's home in Walsh, Colo.
The twice-divorced single father proposed on Christmas Eve, and the couple married after Meta, who now works at a local junior high school's lunchroom and coaches the cheer squad while maintaining her job as a wedding planner in Utherverse, had finalized her own divorce.
Sean and Meta now celebrate two wedding anniversaries.