Who's Your Daddy Download PC Game (FOR FREE)
About This Game
Who’s Your Daddy is a casual 1 on 1 video game featuring a clueless father attempting to prevent his infant son from certain death.
A beautiful home for you to watch over your son in
Physics based game play allowing you to move small objects as you please
Beautiful compositions to be played on your baby’s piano
Two unique character types to play as
Randomized locations of crucial items
Awesome power ups for being able to do chores
Available for PC, Mac and Linux/Steam OS
Who’s Your Daddy features two different characters to play as, the daddy and the baby.
The daddy’s goal is to prevent the baby from dying. He has a number of items that can be found inside the house to help him complete this task such as:
Power Outlet Covers
The father player also has the option to do various chores around the house, such as cleaning up toys or changing a smoke alarm battery. Doing these side activities rewards the father player with a power up to help him watch over his son. Some examples of these are:
Peek-A-Boo: Makes the daddy invisible
Bat Dad: Daddy can see baby’s health and location through walls
Say Momma: Daddy can see the location of important objects through walls
The daddy player faces a number of challenges, due to needing the knowledge of how to approach any danger his baby may be in. He needs to be alert, fast moving and prepared for anything if he wants to keep his son safe.
The baby’s goal is to take his own life using whatever objects within the house he can get his little hands on. This includes actions such as:
Shoving forks into power outlets
Chugging various cleaning products
Scuba diving unsupervised in the tub
The baby player has minimal responsibility and this allows for a simple, yet erratic play style.
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
OS: Windows XP 64
Processor: 2 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce 460/Radeon HD 5850/Intel HD 4600 with at least 1024 MB video RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 1 GB available space