Doomsday Paradise: Apocalyptic Dating Sim Out Now!

Written by VeryWetLeaf

Doomsday Paradise Key Art. Beach with happy people and monsters.

From developer Lemonade Flashbang and publishers Astrolabe Games comes the turn-based multiplayer dating sim RPG, Doomsday Paradise. Dubbed, “Tiktok’s horniest dating sim”, Doomsday Paradise welcomes players to the doomed Sunset Town where the clock is always ticking down to Doomsday. And as of writing, the game is finally out and available for PC.

Doomsday Paradise is now available on Steam and will be coming soon to Epic Games

About Doomsday paradise

Doomsday Paradise is a multiplayer RPG about the end of the world with over 100 different endings!

Welcome to Sunset Town, a place where nobody ever stops partying- not even for the apocalypse. Band together with your friends to tell a story about your final days that changes every single time- and where all your choices matter. Power up to defeat an existential threat and save the world- or sit back with a cool drink and watch it all burn.

With hundreds of different scenarios and a multitude of endings, characters, enemies, items, skills, and friends to find- no two games will ever feel the same.


Don’t Be Single

Hang out with a cast of absurdly beautiful hunks and hunkettes. Date a vampire, who thinks he’s got magic powers. A monster girl, who’s in love with Halloween despite not knowing when it is. Or explore your villainous side- and romance the Spider Queen herself. There’s someone incredible looking for love around every corner. Of course, if you’re feeling a little spicy- you can break some hearts instead and friendzone them all. With a whopping 400 funny scenarios and a staggering 120 different endings, every choice you make counts in crafting your own love-filled apocalypse!

Dating With Absurd!

At the core of the game lies an abundance of humorous scenarios, supporting both single-player and up to four-player online gameplay. Your choices will impact character stats and the content of townfolks’ dialogues. Each day in the game, you have the freedom to decide where to spend your time and whom to engage with. Different locations will grant corresponding stat boosts.

Based on your choices during encounters, the townsfolk’ affection towards you may either increase or decrease. At the end of each event, you’ll receive rewards such as items, stats, and skills that could power you up. Every few rounds, you’ll engage in thrilling boss battles, earning cumulative scores based on the damage you inflict.

Lastly, as doomsday looms, we can wait and see if you have what it takes to drive evil back and earn your happily ever after. Or, maybe, blow it all off to party instead- and hope the followers you send in your place can pick up the slack. Let’s wish they could got it covered. Each party member will surely receive an ending that reflects their actions throughout the five days.

Love Match – Cooperative or Competitive

Experience an even more amazing love party in multiplayer mode! The more players there are, the more chaotic the game becomes, as each player’s choices impact the overall storyline. Trust me, the more friends you play with, the more perfect and crazy the party will be. Each player will be assigned a unique set of core storylines. After a round or two, the choices made within these clues will lead to a series of subsequent developments that eventually lead to the endgame.

The party isn’t just about dating your crush and showcasing yourself. The choices you make also round you out as a person- balance creating a powerful character with chasing after the date of your dreams while competing against your friends for the title of Legendary Hero. A tip only for you: Exploring undiscovered areas will yield additional score bonus!

Doomsday Paradise is a delightful and relaxed game where you can savor the thrill of pre-apocalyptic romance at your own pace. Will you save the world, or at least save your own world? Right?



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VeryWetLeaf is a writer and content creator bringing you video game related articles and videos. He has been playing turn-based games such as JRPGs, SRPGs, and Grand Strategies for decades. He puts a great emphasis on curation and is fond of giving game suggestions.