Astoria: Fate's Kiss

  • Developer: Voltage Entertainment
  • Publisher: Voltage Entertainment
  • Year: 2016
  • Genre: Visual novel
  • Platform/s: iOS, Android (both via the Lovestruck app)

Astoria: Fate's Kiss features a canonically bisexual main character, who remains so regardless of who the player chooses to romance. This is mentioned in the main game, and in the Pride-themed additional content. There are several queer NPCs, particularly in Medusa's story route. Medusa herself is a lesbian.

The game features Alex Cyprin, a canonically gender nonbinary character who uses they/them pronouns and who is romanceable by the player-character. The player-character is also able to form relationships with men and women in the game, at the discretion of the player.

One genderqueer respondent to the Queer Representation (2016) survey said that Alex Cyprin was the first nonbinary character they ever encountered in a game, and that the personal significance of the character should act as a reminder for why representation is so important. Another respondent mentioned that discovering the ability to have queer relationships in Astoria: Fate's Kiss made them 'so!!! excited!!!'

The player-character's mother is canonically bisexual and polamorous, and the player-character's brother is asexual / aromantic.