Gender-neutral

Other (objects, etc.) concept

The protagonist's gender can't be determined, there is no protagonist, or otherwise does not make assumptions about player (character) gender or similar.

76
games
19
platforms

Alternate names: Androgynous protagonist, Ambiguous gender

The first video game about Gender-neutral was released in 1984.

2K Games, Scholastic and Devolver Digital has published most of these games

"He", "him", "his",etc. are linguistically correct way to refer to person of unknown gender (in English language) even if it does make one assume the person is male. They, them, their, etc. are also correct for same purpose but generally is uncommonly used.
Contrast:
* Male
* Female
* Neuter
... or any other

Related:
* Gender choice
* Impersonal

Parent groups

Genders, Obscured identity

Platforms

Windows 33
Linux 12
Mac OS X 10
MS-DOS 3
PS4 3
Mac OS Classic 2
Atari 400/800 1
OS/2 1
Internet Only 1
PS3 1
iOS 1
Unix 1
BSD 1
C64 1
PS Vita 1
Apple II E 1
Xbox One 1
Win3.1 1
Switch 1

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