MSCHF’s Free Dating Simulator that can Prepare your Taxes is no Longer on Steam

MSCHF’s Free Dating Simulator that can Prepare your Taxes is no Longer on Steam

By eduardogaitancortez

Being mature is drastically difficult, there isn’t any of that. Part of the work is to comply in a timely manner with tax obligations, something that could be quite confusing and overwhelming, especially since we just entered the union world and do not know how taxes work. Perhaps aware of this case, the analysis MSCHF Product Studios Inc.

The game

The game was given the task of producing Tax Heaven 3000, a dating sim that, in theory, helps us do our tax testimony. That, is an experience referred primarily to the American inhabitants. This is how IT IS TAX HEAVEN 3000, THE DATING SIMULATOR THAT HELP YOU WITH YOUR TAXES.

Essentially, Tax Heaven 3000 is a brand new free-to-play game with anime aesthetics, where players must engage in conversations and answer questions to progress on their journey. In the game, we meet Iris, a tax advisor who supposedly helps us fulfill our obligations to the US Treasury. It was set to debut on Steam on March 31, but it remains to be seen whether it will be a helpful guide for Americans to learn about the tax filing process. At first glance, it appears to be a parody of illogical dating sims.


In one of the game previews, Iris asks the player “something quite personal”, which happens to be their social security number (SSN). While it may be a joke game with an innocent goal, we absolutely do not recommend entering personal data. Don’t be deceived by the waifus!

Undoubtedly, this title once again demonstrates that there is room for all kinds of projects in the independent gaming scene: from the most serious and individual to the most absurd. For instance, MSCHF Product Studios Inc. is also responsible for Chair Simulator, a free title that, as the name suggests, does not allow you to play as a chair. And yes, it is as ridiculous as it sounds.


The interesting game developed by the MSCHF art collective that posits “calculating taxes in the game means calculating taxes in real life” was set to be released on both the Steam and platforms. However, just two weeks after its release, the Tax Heaven 3000 page on the Valve platform disappeared completely, which surprised those who had added it to their wish lists.

MSCHF co-founder Daniel Greenberg told The Verge that they don’t know why Steam suddenly rejected the release. They argued that the game had already passed the platform’s standard verification processes, but it was suddenly deverified and removed from the platform for no apparent reason. Nonetheless, Tax Heaven 3000 can still be found on the platform, as well as directly on the creators’ website. Moreover, a collector’s version will be available for all those interested in learning how to calculate taxes through Iris, the expert protagonist in numbers.

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