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Shortly after watching just some gameplay of this game, I knew I had to play it myself. It seemed so cheesy with its lines and banter between Amanda and her father alone, I knew the rest of the game was likely gonna be the same.
And it is. If you find puns groanworthy and have a love-hate relationship with 'dad jokes', this game is a goldmine for you.
The voice acting is minimal and most of the music is pretty forgettable, except for the title screen music. Which is simple, but will get stuck in your ear for a long time and you will like listening to it.
The routes are okay. If you focus on only one dad, the game is incredibly short. An hour, I'd say, since each 'route' for a guy will really only consist of 3 dates and the epilogue. And every dad has a good or bad ending, with some being rather easy or more difficult to achieve a happy ending with. Although for some of the routes, you better know some facts about alternative music or literature because those will pop up.
Something else that pops up are minigames. Putting a grotesque back together, MacGyvering a radio to get it to work; making your way through a crowded bar or smashing your character's hands on a keyboard... there is something for almost every route. I would say these are the downparts of the game. The minigames are not all that fun or interesting.
One thing I have noticed about the game is that its novelty wears off very fast. You very quickly notice that, beyond the fact that you are playing a dating sim where the relationships are homosexual, there isn't much that holds the game up. It plays practically like every other dating sim, making it easily forgettable.
Fun for a while, but not something that you will remember down the years.
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