Granted, this is all coming from a 23 year old guy usually matching/dating around his age so maybe older guys on Tinder and Bumble are just completely different.In my experience people mellow out with the partying and drinking in their mid-late 20s but TBH I'm new to the UK so it might just be a culture thing and I might be wrong.Making an effort myself to get out to more meetups in the new year, it's hard to call one D&D sesh a week an active social life.be compatible and then you have to deal with the usual hobbies, viewpoints, etc.Keep your apps open as simply another form of meeting people.It can be very discouraging if it's your only method.In addition to this, 41.2% of the population have a high-level qualification (degree, Masters or Ph D).Compare this to the rest of the country (19.7%) and you can see that there are some seriously sophisticated Cambridge singles just waiting to be snapped up.
Party type, tons of drinking, very mainstream, think gaming is lame...
I find that people tend to be much better in person than through text as well, even if you initially disagree with something (such as them thinking gaming is lame).
You might want to try just giving some of the guys that seem like decent human beings but don't quite meet to like games or like the same scene for a relationship to work.
Happy to provide male advice/feedback on your profile text if you like? Another one worth trying is Ok Cupid (It's free with paid upgrades (not really needed)).
The profiles you create are more detailed than the typical dating app, so you can usually find people who you might actually click with.