Indie Developer Beautiful Glitch have teamed up with Indie Publisher & Developer, Those Awesome Guys, to spawn a genuinely original take on the dating sim genre. Monster Prom, a 1-to-4 Multiplayer Game featuring superb art and absurdly funny writing, pits players against each other to woo the perfect monster date to prom.
As an avid self-declared supporter of all love, especially the inter-dimensional and slightly scary kind, Jesse Cox brings a sweet kick to the mix by spearheading the game’s key message: being a monster is hard, but finding a date for Monster Prom is harder.
Monster Prom is planned to be released on Friday, April 27th 2018 and will be available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux.
Monster Prom shines because of its creatively devilish narrative and unique multiplayer playstyle. Once you and up to 3 of your friends have chosen your monster personas, it’s everything goes in terms of who to romance. With 6 possible love interests and a non-binary approach on who to seduce, there’s always a chance you’ll all compete for the same monster’s heart, beating or not.
Key game features of Monster Prom:
- Multiplayer Dating Sim – Nothing makes the heart grow fonder than a little competition. Set your gaze on one of the sweethearts, but if you share your romantic tastes with your friends, be ready for some stiff competition.
- Fantastically Funny Writing – Through absurd, postmodern humor, written by Cory O’Brien, Maggie Herskowitz and Julián Quijano, there is no topic Monster Prom won’t make fun of, including itself.
- Gorgeous Art – There’s never a dull moment while exploring the beautifully crafted world and characters drawn by Arthur Tien.
- LOTS of funny and absurd situations – Get into the groove of the local monster high-school through hundreds of events, each one with 4 possible outcomes, which adds up to over 1000 specific situations.
- Freedom of choice – Monsters don’t like boys or girls, they like monsters. The game experience is unaffected by gender or sexual orientation, since finding love is already hard enough.