If you’ve ever wanted to run a dog shelter with some of the cutest digital puppies you’ve ever seen, To the rescue! arrives later this year. Developer little rock games and editor freedom games revealed this week that their latest simulation game will be coming Fall 2021 to PC via Steam as well as the Nintendo Switch. The game will have you running your very own shelter where you’ll take care of various dogs and help pitch them as the best to potential owners looking to adopt. You will take care of each one, manage the shelter, build a better one and much more. This game looks endlessly adorable and will be a must-have for dog lovers. You can read more about it below and check out the trailer as we are basically begging the devs to release this one sooner. As a bonus, when the game is released, the development team has pledged that 20% of the game’s profits will go to pet shelters.
Build a shelter and help stray puppies find great new homes with loving families. Build an ideal environment to meet the needs of man’s best friend and maximize his chances of adoption. Caring for dozens of doggos is rewarding, but the mission also comes with its own set of challenges. Each dog has its own personality. It’s important to get to know each dog and find out what makes it unique. People have their preferences too, so knowing what they are looking for in a puppy is key to making matches that will last a lifetime.
Between visits from potential pet parents, there’s never a dull moment in To the rescue! Shelters have a lot of mouths to feed and treating illnesses like kennel cough is always a concern. Then you have to take care of the logistics. It doesn’t take a shortage of supplies to keep the operation going. Meanwhile, someone has to manage the finances and make sure to keep the lights on. Shelters need to be frugal and make tough decisions. Hiring staff and dealing with investors are as much a part of the job as scratching Rex behind his ears and rubbing Fido’s belly. There can be tough times, but in the end, helping dogs find their forever home is always worth it.