But despite the light-heartedness of the game, there might be something totally sinister going on behind closed doors.Googling “Joseph Cult Ending” will result in a mysterious script that will have you questioning things like “why are there all these single dads on one street?

The inclusiveness might be enough to make some people roll their eyes – “we don’t want this liberal agenda shoved down our throats” types – after hearing about why characters like Craig and Damien are important.

Quite frankly, if the name didn’t raise any flags that this wasn’t gonna be your standard fare, then I dunno what to tell you.

THAT is the mark of good writing, and it was definitely appreciated.

It goes without saying that this is not your average game or even your average dating sim.

You’re then able to choose your customizable Dadsona, picking out important things like face shape, body type, and clothing style (egg nips shirt, yassss).

After choosing your Dadsona, you’re thrown right into the story – you’ve just moved into a new neighborhood with your daughter, and wouldn’t you know it, your entire cul-de-sac is full of single dads just ready to mingle, and it’s up to you to find your Dream Daddy.

In all the relationships, the kids were made a priority, and the romance came second – as long as it worked out for the families as a whole.

And it’s these strong, positive, family values that made the game so much more wholesome than your average dating sim – even though Craig was half-dressed the whole time, I didn’t feel like I had to play this in the dark at 3 AM to hide my shame; instead, I found it charming and relatable (my ultimate sexual fantasy is also to sleep in on a Saturday…Craig, call me). We have no pop-up ads, no interstitials, no auto-play audio ads, no mid-article ads, or anything annoying. We have no pop-up ads, no interstitials, no auto-play audio ads, no mid-article ads, or anything annoying.

” and “why is it that the only dad not single is the guy who appears too good to be true? There’s a lot of depth to Dream Daddy – more than meets the eye – and we’re sure to see answers to this as time passes. Although he’s one of several dads that are all worthy of your attention, Craig stood out to me immediately because of how different his character was in comparison to your standard fare when it comes to portraying Asian men.

In movies, Asian men are typically cast as the butt of the joke, if they’re ever cast at all.

It features seven date-able dads with interesting stories that will be sure to keep dating sim fans entertained.