Dad’s Game. There are many of them, and I don’t just mean games that you have to use violent tendencies to protect a precious little egg of a child. I’m talking about the stuff Dad taught you when you were learning to swim. Dad can manage a virtual football team, clean a virtual garage or relax in a virtual wood shop. The joy of a father. But for us non-fathers, these games are still to hit?
I am not a father. I’m a childless young generation gamer who makes YouTube videos and I text my mom when she has a stomach ache. Can this burgeoning genre resonate with me? We talked about father of the gamebut what about the layout of I.
So I downloaded five premium dad games and gave myself an hour to review them, based on FUN FACTOR and Afternoon. I ventured into a world of big trains, powerful water guns, heavy fish, and total loneliness. The results of the test are in the video at the top.
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https://www.polygon.com/videos/22929103/i-reviewed-a-bunch-of-dad-games-and-now-im-sad I watched a bunch of dad games and now I’m sad