Other people have become fans of your daughter in the game, Amanda.One fan said that they were excited to play the game because it differed from other gay dating simulators.A woman living in the capital Grozny said that refusing would mean going against Islam and the president, putting pressure on those brought in for 'talks'.'If you refuse, it means you are going against not only religion and customs, but also against his will,' she told the BBC.'It is clear that, when you are pressed from all sides, you have to agree.'A representative for the so called 'headquarters for harmonising marital and family relations', told BBC that the arrangements were for the benefit of children - even when it meant that a woman became her ex-husband's second wife.Speaking to the , Svetlana Zakharova from the Russian LGBT network, said: “Gay people have been detained and rounded up and we are working to evacuate people from the camps and some have now left the region.
Chechnya is not an independent country, but one of Russia's federal republics, with its own government.
It features seven potential datable dads all with a number of endings to the game.
Of course, the game features bad dad puns from the very start.
It has topped the selling platform Steam shortly after being released.
The premise of the game is that you are a dad who has just moved to Maple Bay with your daughter.