The game's makers, UK company Supersolid, hope to capitalise on the increasing numbers of women turning to mobile gaming as a source of escapism.
Billed as a 'life and town simulator', Home Street draws comparisons to The Sims - with the crucial difference being that its characters' hunger and energy levels don't need constant monitoring.
Its launch comes after a recent study from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society which linked 'casual' video game play to mood enhancement and stress reduction.
She's inexplicably obsessed with our stuffed-shirt hero, on whom she will focus her antics until he learns to live freely and love madly.
After creating their own character, users are encouraged to let them interact with neighbours and build their dream home using 'money' earned by completing various tasks.