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“Pupperazzi” and What We Should Know About It

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Sundae Month. ©. March 8, 2021.

If you love Pokémon, you may love “Pupperazzi.” Even if you dislike the fictional creatures of Pokémon and love puppies, you’re ready for “Pupperazzi.” The idea of this particular game came from the late 90s “Pokémon Snap,” where basically, you travel different locations, taking pictures of Pokémon. The major difference between “Pokemon Snap” and “Pupperazzi” is that in “Pupperazzi,” all of the creatures are puppies. This dog friendly game will be available on Microsoft Windows and macOS. 

To know when “Pupperazzi” is available on Steam, you can add it to your wishlist. Good dogs are around when you want to do nothing else (not wanting to lift a finger) and just lie in bed. When you feel unwanted or just have an off day, feeling lazy and unmotivated, a dog can be around to comfort you. 

A hyper-competitive society where you should always be productive can lead to severe depression just as much as the feeling as the loss of a love one, but a dog is around to comfort you. The dog may irritate you with a loud bark, but you can’t stay mad at the dog’s adorable face. 

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Your version of puppy paradise can be played via a video game. You don’t have to worry about feeding your dog. Just play “Pupperazzi,” sit back, and enjoy the journey. There’s many dogs to see like an English Bulldog, Dalmatian, and more. 

Developed by “Sundae Month” and soon to be published by “Kitfox Games,” in “Pupperazzi,” the basic activities of human beings are replaced with lovable critters. You’ll explore different territories in dog-rich environments and be a photographer. More so, you can pat the dogs. 

Go to the right place and you may find canines at a playground. They’ll watch you from a supersonic spinner and you can spin the wheel at the park. Maybe you’ll find them at a skate park, actually skating. Find dogs munching on hopefully delicious hamburgers. At the beach, you can play with an inflatable beach ball.

Throw the ball and watch the dogs chase it. You may spot dogs at the beach in the water (with an inflatable life ring buoy or swimming without one), on the rooves of houses and restaurants, etc. Dogs will be sitting on benches. As a photographer, you can double jump across buildings, just to capture a sporty image of a dog. So if a dog performs a gnarly stunt on a skateboard, you can capture a moment that’ll last a lifetime. 

Some dogs may be wearing professional looking clothes while others may wear silly hats from the “Hats for Dogs” store. Dress the dogs up and vacuum them if you want. Dogs will stand on the sidewalk as if they’re regular pedestrians and sleep anywhere, undisturbed by a human population. When they sleep, they appear like they’re playing dead, so if they can get in the fetal position, that’d be more believable. 

If a dog loves you, like a comic book or cartoon, hearts will pop out like a bubble effect. It can give you a heartwarming feeling. Nobody owns these dogs and you may not find a leash on them. They’re free in a world where they aren’t tamed. Instead of fictional monster characters from “Pokémon Snap,” you can take a more realistic approach and search for your favorite dogs, behaving intelligently without humans. 

You can become a legendary photographer by building your career with impressive photos. Discover new canines and upgrade your camera for more features that’ll increase your credibility (like the ability to zoom, add filters, and slow-mo). 

Originally, “Pupperazzi” was scheduled for a 2019 release date, but it still has no official release date, leaving animal lovers and diehard gamers heavily anticipated on an announcement. We do know it’ll be available on PC. 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.