Yes, the Goth Dad enjoys cloaks and long walks in graveyards, and the Jock Dad loves getting in his reps at the gym—but they both struggle to cope with rebellious children, shattered marriages, and the parts of their lives that they are ashamed to share with the world.
Leighton Gray, a 19-year-old student at the Savannah College of Art and Design who created, cowrote, and art-directed , is queer herself; when she and cowriter Vernon Shaw sat down to develop the game, she says, defying stereotypes was at the forefront of their minds: “We wanted to set up expectations and knock them down.”Those complex characterizations not only make the story far more interesting, they render obsolete the usual rules of dating sims.
Here then before us is the example of the Nativity—God lying in a stable midst the stench of the animals and the odor of our sin through the centuries.
Determined to improve, he decides to take a photography class to hopefully increase his rating. If he thinks he's going to magically "cure" me by the end of these sessions he's wrong. Birthday fic; angst, drama, slightly AU, MPreg, implied content HPDM slash, epilogue compliant. Something's In The Air is a dating sim visual novel with about 25 endings and many twists and surprises.You play a 20-something single guy in a new city where you don't know very many people and you are looking to meet some new people, especially female people. This is my attempt to Americanize the dating sim visual novel.The result is something as sincere and funny as it is heart-rending, a self-aware, deeply humanistic game whose witty script makes even the most groan-worthy dad puns seem to sparkle.It’s a subversion of dating sims that is not just the best dating sim I’ve ever played but also one of the best games of the year.