Dogzer

Last Updated on by Samuel Franklin

Good
  • Large community – Lots of activities – Plenty of dog breeds
Bad
  • Some game elements feel less than polished
7

Dogzer is a free to play game that any fan of dogs will love to be a part of. Blurring the lines between social network and MMO Dogzer lets you adopt a virtual dog and look after it while participating in a large community of dog lovers.

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With well over 50 dog breeds for players to choose from there is plenty of choice when you start the game and adopt your first puppy. With breeds of small, medium and large dogs available that range from a Chihuahua to Terrier, German Shepherds and Huskies everyone’s favourite dog is available on Dogzer.

Taking your dog from puppy to adult requires plenty of attention (just like a real puppy) with players encourages to look after their pet by providing it food, taking it to dog shows to compete, buying it toys and giving it plenty of affection.

As you advance through the game players will even be able to breed dogs together to make new puppies for the cycle to continue all over again. Along the way you’ll even be able to get your own certificate in dog care from grooming to trainer and vet you’ll be able to run your own virtual business which will help you earn in game currency to provide for your pet.

While there are lots of activities for you to do with your pet players will have to think carefully as each activity will impact your dog’s health, energy and cleanliness meters in different ways. Recharging these bars is fairly straight forward though by either feeding your dog, letting them take a nap, giving your dog some medicine or taking a bath.

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On top of these gaming elements players will find a thriving community of dog lovers where you can talk about your own dog in real life, share photos, tell stories or ask questions for your fellow dog enthusiasts to answer.

Look after a dog without the mess and hassle of a real dog in Dogzer, a game perfect for and dog lover.

Summary:

  • Mix of social network and MMO game.
  • Lots of breeds to choose from (and even the option to breed your own).
  • All sorts of activities.
  • Manage your dog’s health and compete in dog shows.
  • Large community of animal lovers to interact with.

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Written by
Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms. He has worked in the gaming industry since 2008 amassing over 3 million views on YouTube and 10 million article views on HubPages.

Games Finder is a Steam Curator and featured in the aggregate review scores data of MobyGames and Neoseeker.
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