Jason Mesnick married his Bachelor sweetheart Molly Malaney this past Saturday, but fans still have a chance to win his heart -- in a video game!
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is releasing The Bachelor: The Videogame this summer.
The game, available on Nintendo Wii and DS, allows players to compete for the love of Mesnick or one of the other as-yet-unnamed Bachelors and Bachelorettes featured, all of whom are based on the real-life stars of the TV series.
According to Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's press release, "players can choose from a selection of avatars that best suits their personality" before the competition, which is structured like the ABC reality show, begins.
"It is comprised of multiple 'episodes' where the player goes head-to-head against the game characters for time alone with the Bachelor or Bachelorette," the statement continues. "The Wii version offers multi-player mode for a fun party game enabling players to compete against their 'frenemies.'"
And if fans loved the competition between Vienna Girardi and Tenley Molzahn over Jake Pavelka on this season's The Bachelor, this game even allows opponents to "sabotage others' dates and prevent them from receiving a rose" at the rose ceremony.