Leamington Spa, United Kingdom – 15 March 2022. Developer Animal Uprising and publisher Secret Mode are thrilled to announce the launch of Wobbledogs on Steam today. After six years of development and a year in Early Access where it received Overwhelmingly Positive user reviews, players can today jump in and discover the weird and wonderful world of this colorful mutant pet simulator.
Launching today, Wobbledogs is a 3D pet simulation that allows players to manage their own kennel of mutating dogs, hatched from eggs and simulated in incredible detail all the way down to their wibbly-wobbly guts.
Wobbledogs is a casual and relaxed sandbox experience for players of all ages who want to care for their very own virtual pets in a surprising, unique, and stress-free environment. The dogs start out relatively normal but mutate and behave in unexpected ways as the game progresses and their evolutionary lines advance.
Wobbledogs is launching out of Early Access with a whole host of features including resizable decorations, customizable dog dens, an anti-gravity machine, ghostly hauntings, and additional surprises. Like its colorful canine characters, Wobbledogs will continue to evolve with new content and game updates after launch.
“There’s nothing quite like Wobbledogs out there,” said James Schall, Director of Publishing at Secret Mode. “It allows gamers to simulate a dog living its best life, right down to its guts! With all the creative craziness going on in the game, we’re always thrilled to see the next generation of wobbly dogs out there as players share the madcap exploits that their newfound canine friends get up to.”
“Wobbledogs is by far the most ambitious project I’ve ever worked on,” said Tom Astle, founder of Animal Uprising. “I’m super proud of what it’s turned into and I’m incredibly grateful to the wonderful community that’s grown around it during its time in Early Access. I can’t wait for everyone who’s been looking forward to the full release to finally get their paws on it, and I hope you all enjoy it!”