- Three Mini-games Available: Run Puppy Run!, Puppy Reversi and Puppy Quiz with a cuddly new companion
- Visiting Mode: By linking two Game Boy Advance systems, players can send their puppy off to a friend's house.
- Always Together Mode: After players complete the game, up to three puppies' data are saved through an included backup feature. When players go to Always Together Mode, they will be able to load one of their previous puppies' data and play with it anytime.
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- Platform: Game Boy Advance
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
Top Customer Reviews
You can only appreciate this game if you are less than 5 years old. But it is a children's game after all.
At the start of the game, you must choose to be either a girl or a boy. A fourth year student, who finally gets a chance to own a puppy, thanks to his/hers parents. There are 18 breeds to choose from, doesn't really matter what you pick though, they are the same dog, just wrapped in different wrapping paper.
No problems so far, as a matter of fact, I was actually looking forward to purchase my puppy. However, it only went downhill from there.
The puppies are cute, I must emit, but that alone is not going to change my rating anytime soon.
The graphics for this game is pleasing for the eyes but I have seen better graphics in many other GBA games.
In my opinion, I thought the graphics suited the game. But graphics alone is not going to hide its serious lack of game play.
The sound wasn't that bad either. The puppies sound like real dogs. This is a good sign. If only the music wasn't so repetitive, I probably might consider turning my DS off mute.
You can train your puppy how to do tricks, obey your commands and you can even pet it. Oh yeah and clean up its little presents it leaves around the house. But that's about it.
I `m not complaining or anything, I like that in a virtual pet game but it's just too... quick and you don't keep the puppy for long. I think you keep it for at least 3 weeks.
And that came to the main problem with this game, the length. Such a short game, and you don't get anything out of it after you complete the game, apart from the friends forever mode.Read more ›
What you do:
On the first day you basically get your dog by going to different shops and choosing one. There are a fair amount of different breeds and they have different personalities. You then buy the dog and meet it.
On the rest of the dogs, you have so much time each day to feed, water, play with, train and walk your dog, and go shopping. You can also play mini games in your bedroom. Time is split up by mum or dad calling for you for dinner or to do things. On some days you also have school.
Nice, clear graphics
A game which mimics real life pretty well
Easy to grasp
Lots of choice
Cons: May get repetitive after the initial fun of gazing at lots of dogs and choosing one!
This is a great game - get it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a good game and has been enjoyed over and over again. A good buy and endless fun for all.Published on 4 Dec. 2013 by Amazon Customer
Bought this for my daughter as she loves the game Catz. Just as happy with this one, so a great purchasePublished on 2 Jan. 2013 by D. Langham
I love the game, but because it arrived in French I can't enjoy it. I cannot find a way to change the language or reset the game so the game is virtually useless to me, which is a... Read morePublished on 21 April 2012 by Elizabeth
this is a cute game for girls who love dogs. its easy to play and follow the instructions. the dogs are cute with a choice of breads. Read morePublished on 18 Feb. 2011 by KathleenCameron
its very child friendly and gives lots of instructions of how to play it. Most suitable for children ages 4-9 years but my 10 year old still enjoyed it too. Read morePublished on 7 Jan. 2011 by Shirley