FeeDog – Raising Puppies by Q-SSUM STUDIO
Type: Care, Dodging
Basic Idea: The player has a dog they feed that must avoid the bad food and eat the good food.
Game Play: 4/5 Well Done: The game has a variety of features. The first is the main game play, which has the player eating or hitting food depending on if it’s good or bad, with the player trying to accumulate a high score. The player also earns coins, which can be used to buy power ups and puppies. There is also a similar mini game that can earn the player more different currency to buy different things. Finally, there are achievements and puppies to collect.
Graphics: 4/5 Well Done: The graphics are a soothing with a mixture of cute, quirky, and funny. Above all though, this game speaks in levels of cuteness, with even the monsters seeming cuddly.
Music and Sound Effects: 3/5 Above Average: The music is cheerful and slightly calming, almost with an outdoor farm land sound to it at times.
Overall: 4/5 Well Done: While a little juvenile in some ways, FeeDog has enough about it to feel endearing rather than childish or silly. I would start recommend it to children that were six and older, though there are plenty of older girls and women who would like it as well.
Official Rating: E
Sexual and Inappropriate Content: 0/5 None
Violence: 0/5 None
Swearing and Using the Lord’s Name in Vain: 0/5 None
Emotional, Intense, and Disturbing Content: 1/5 Brief Appearance: Dogs can accidentally eat bombs and turn black and ashy, but still alive. The affect is intended to be more humorous than creepy.
Religious Issues: 1/5 Brief Involvement: The monsters that attack the dogs are ghost. A dog is named “Lucky.”
Magic: 0/5 None
Overall: 1/5 All Ages Appropriate: The game is fairly clean, though some of the light references may turn some parents off to it.
Last Updated: December 11, 2018