Goddess seems to have been developed entirely seriously, but it is so over the top, so desperately seeking Susan, so wanting to appeal to the target middle-aged female demographic that plays casual games that it might as well be parody. It would be overstating the case to say "I couldn't stop laughing," but it did give rise to more than one chuckle.
The basic idea is that men appear on the screen, and you "flirt with them" by selecting one of several icons moving about your screen (the game calls them "chakras," but I suspect any Yoga practitioner would find the idea risible) and dragging it to the guy's "heart." This causes a loot drop, of flowers or gifts or heart or the like, and you click on the doobers to score points.
The more cute guys you charm, the more presents you get, the more you score. And every time you score, there's a self-satisfied little feminine whimper. Meanwhile, a cool-jazz score plays; we're all elegant and beautiful here, even the boys. Flirt.
It has to be played to be believed.