A new mobile phone game promises a “bustling man-tropolis absolutely bursting at the seams with hunks.”
Gaydorado, the latest RPG from Moga Studios, lets users create and dress avatars as part of any number of subcultures, before socializing with in-game characters and unlocking different storylines.
Various chapters involve dating, working out, and real-life events like Valentine’s Day and Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
The hope is players can find community, according to the game’s description in the iTunes store. Moga plans to add a gay marriage feature in the future.
— Jolo Seguido (@SeguidoJolo) February 4, 2018
Available for free on iOS and Android, Gaydorado has been downloaded more than 100,000 since it launched on January 30. It comes on the heels of 2017’s Dream Daddy, in which users play as single dads looking for love.