Parenthood is never dull. But when you’re a single father looking to date other dads—while also raising a teenage daughter who’s not afraid to poke fun at her pops—it’s a real adventure.
A hilarious and heartfelt LGBTQ+ romance game, Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator casts you as a father juggling parental duties with hopes of finding love. Fortunately, the town you’ve just moved to is full of intriguing prospects, many of whom are after the same thing.
Start by designing your character’s appearance. Maybe a blond fitness buff? Or a schlump with a classic dad bod? No matter what you look like, there are seven other fascinating fathers to befriend and date.
Connect with potential partners by chatting them up. Maybe you’re attracted to Hugo, the English teacher who is a secret fan of wrestling. Or Robert, the tattooed bad boy with a troubled past. Choose different dialogue options to get to know them better; after the third date, decide if you want to commit, though there’s no guarantee you’ll live happily ever after.
Dream Daddy dodges stereotypes with funny, earnest writing and adorable artwork. Some of the dad meetups even have you playing lively mini-games, like a Pokémon-inspired, my-kid-is-better-than-your-kid bragging duel with a rival dad.
But Dream Daddy’s most important relationship is the one with your daughter, Amanda, a whip-smart high school senior experiencing the joys and anxieties of teenage life. At the end of it all, will you be a good dad? Or the best dad?