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Kiss a Velociraptor, Bigfoot or a Fairy in Raptor Boyfriend: A High School Romance

Have you ever seen something that just ticked off all the boxes? Even some you didn’t think possible? That’s how we felt when we saw Rocket Adrift Games upcoming Raptor Boyfriend: A High School Romance. After all, we’ve never seen a fairy, Bigfoot, or a velociraptor in a high school setting before.

In this game, you’ll not only see and get to know these loveable three, but have the option to romance them too. In this dating sim, you play as a shy, awkward girl named Stella. She’s trying her best to get through high school, but this is her last year – she wants it to go out with a bang! And what’s a bigger bang than making out with her hot Cryptid classmates?

But of course, her classmates have their own stories outside of being romanceable. The first is Robert Raptorson, the once-popular Velociraptor daredevil turned poet. Next is Taylor Tall-Toe, who used to be your childhood friend. However he has changed since then, and is mostly known for his epic guitar-playing and being a ‘troubled teen.’ Last but not least, you have Day Lilly, a magical fairy who often self-deprecates herself despite being a talented artist. At the moment she’s going through some complications, all of which have to do with her ex-girlfriend.

If you ask us, there’s a lot to love about this game already, but with features like sleepovers, phone calls and stargazing, we’re chomping at the bit to get to know more about this game.

If you’re interested in checking out Raptor Boyfriend for yourself, check out the official website, as well as its Steam page.

Looking for other dating simulators that have a strange kick to it? Why not check out our write-up of Repurpose, a game that takes place after your death?

Aimee Hart

[She/They] Aimee Hart is Editor-in-Chief of Gayming Magazine. She specializes in queer fandom, video games and tabletop, having started her career writing for numerous websites like The Verge, Polygon, Input Magazine and more. Her goal now is to boost LGBTQ+ voices in the video games industry.