It really isn’t, though: beneath the dad jokes and past a first glance, it’s a game about kindness and positivity.You play your own, custom dad, who’s moving to a new area with his daughter, Amanda.Expect to pay: £11 / Developer: Game Grumps Publisher: Game Grumps Reviewed on: Windows 10, Intel Core i5 7400 3.0GHz, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 6GB GTX 1060Multiplayer: No Link: Steam Visual novels and dating simulators are strange beasts, and the intersection of those genres with comedy often results in parody.Dream Daddy sounds exactly like that—like it’s going to riff off and satire both the simplification of relationships down to dialogue options and usage of queer relationships in the genre.
The cul-de-sac they move to is, conveniently, filled with dads, most of which are single (the other is in the perpetual relationship state of ‘it’s complicated’).
The newest Windows game from indie developer outfit Caracoro, titled simply , is centered on a group of three friends, the female main character, and her two childhood pals.
One day, the main character is cursed by a god, and finds herself transformed into a kokeshi.
And while these sort of story-driven games produced in Japan often feature explicit sexual content, , like its indie brethren Stella Cielo, takes the high road by avoiding such scenes and being an all-ages title.
Caracoro promises four possible endings, and given the nature of the genre, we’re guessing one has the main character living happily ever after with Kakeru, and another sees her coupled with Tsutomu.