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Basically this is a "choose your own adventure" dating style game that will have a different outcome depending on your choices along the way. Move YOUR MOUSE over the picture to see the possible actions. The action you select will determine what happens next.
You play your own, custom dad, who’s moving to a new area with his daughter, Amanda.
After his partner died, he’s been raising Amanda as a single father, and the two have a very close relationship.
After each one, you’ll come back to Amanda and relay what happened, usually, followed by “I love you” and “I love you too, Pops.”That’s what Dream Daddy is about—healthy, loving relationships where people are able to speak their mind about emotions, flaws, and love.
Each dad is complicated and flawed in some way, and you don’t ‘fix’ them, but you help them in some way.
All the dads here just are queer in some way—and that’s that.
The core message of open love between family, friends, and partners is effective, but the game avoids its sex scenes and the minefield of finding other queer folk in a predominantly heterosexual society. Dream Daddy is a kind game with funny writing and uplifting themes, but neglects the greater issues it alludes to.
It doesn't matter if you decide to pick Red Virtual Date, Anime Sim Date, Kingdom Days Sim, Lunar Days Sim, Chrono Days Sim or College Romance because the result will always be the same – happy, satisfied, enthusiastic person always prepared to explore the virtual world.
Dream Daddy will make you feel good even though it's ambivalent about the queer culture which it sits on.
Did it ever occur to you that you can find something so entertaining, fulfilling and exciting that can make you feel better at least for a while without feeling any pain?
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.
It really isn’t, though: beneath the dad jokes and past a first glance, it’s a game about kindness and positivity.My best friend got the original Sims game when it came out in 2000, and I remember staying up late with her playing it for hours.