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Yes, the romance options are there, but anyone expecting a salacious male-only dating sim may be disappointed by its good-naturedness and universal human themes.
The dads are a varied bunch – bad boy, teacher, barista, gym freak, theatrical – and they’ve got a varied skillset: Joseph, local youth minister, is the envy of the cul de sac thanks to his impeccable BBQ-skills; Robert’s stony poker face is equally coveted by the group.
You may not realise it at first, you’re being pseudo-graded on your responses – the game will show you a score screen when a ‘date’ is complete.
Just as in real life, you’re going in blind on these dates, unsure what the other dads will respond to.
Others have you dodging Youths at a concert while attempting to navigate through a crowd or jogging through a Wuhu Island-esque digital environment on a treadmill at the gym.
All the residents of the cul de sac keep in touch on Dadbook, a dads-only social network where fathers share interests, advice and chat about dad things (cheapest places to fill up the tank, Top 5 Sean Connery films – stuff like that).