REVIEW : Wobbledogs (PC)

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REVIEW : Wobbledogs (PC)

Wobbledogs is a game all about scientifically engineering the perfect dog, though the game’s definition of a perfect dog might be a little different than yours. Stretchy, bouncy, wobbly Wobbledogs are like little Stretch Armstrongs, bouncing around the world they’re in and creating a game that’s as much of a physics simulator as it is an exploration into the world of mad science.

REVIEW : Wobbledogs (PC)




Wobbledogs is a passive simulation, functioning with or without your involvement. While you don’t have to do anything, you can still find plenty of reasons to interact with the game, whether you’re giving them some well-deserved pets, helping a dog out of a tight corner or simply tossing them around to watch them bounce off stuff. Yeah, you can toss Wobbledogs around. Remember earlier when I said you care for your hive? You can also just choose not to. In addition to being throwable, Wobbledogs defecate en masse, and are not afraid to eat their own excretion.

REVIEW : Wobbledogs (PC)




The game features an interesting genetic code and evolutionary system that makes me imagine what a brand new Spore game would be like. Each Wobbledog’s DNA is affected by the food they eat and the environment they’re in. They evolve, passing on mutations and increasingly becoming more and more extreme versions of themselves, with some player influence involved in guiding them along their way. The evolution in Wobbledogs is surprisingly deep and complicated, and breeding Wobbles together to amplify and discover mutations is as interesting and engaging as it is a nightmare to behold.

REVIEW : Wobbledogs (PC)




Wobbledogs aren’t normal. Aptly, the game’s very own description describes these creatures as mutating. As you care for your “hive” of Wobbledogs (another descriptor from the game itself,) your funny little friends will begin to rapidly evolve wings, grow incredibly long legs, or otherwise develop other features befitting for man-made horrors beyond my comprehension.


Wobbledogs is a fantastic game, and there aren’t a whole lot like it. The combination between cute pet interaction game and horrific evolution simulator makes it a niche game that both pet and simulation lovers can enjoy in equal measure. Just remember to clean up after your Wobbledogs, or your next Pupation might be a little weird.

REVIEW : Wobbledogs (PC)




In conclusion, Wobbledogs is an interesting game that combines cute pet interaction with horrific evolution simulator. It has an interesting genetic code and evolutionary system that makes it engaging and fun to play. It’s definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for something different.

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review-wobbledogs-pcIn conclusion, Wobbledogs is an interesting game that combines cute pet interaction with horrific evolution simulator. It has an interesting genetic code and evolutionary system that makes it engaging and fun to play. It's definitely worth checking out if you're looking for something different.

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