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Wobbledogs

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Wobbledogs is a 3D pet simulation where you raise your own personal hive of rapidly mutating dogs, physically simulated all the way down to their guts! It’s a casual and chill 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 surprising ways as the game progresses and their evolutionary lines advance.



Dogs have highly variable bodies controlled by a simulated genetics system. As they age, they periodically enter a pupal state and physically mutate. The foods they eat fill their guts with different flora, just like in the gif above. These flora influence the dogs' mutations, letting you craft and mold them to fit your own idea of canine (im)perfection!



Dogs need a place to call home, and it’s up to you to create an appealing habitat to help them thrive. As you play, you'll gain access to more and more objects and decorations. String together rooms and decorate them however you’d like. Give your dogs a relaxing place to sleep, set up an maze, or even cultivate a garden. There are no built-in goals, so you can prioritize whatever you like the most!



The dogs in this game are physically simulated, which adds a layer of uniqueness to almost every action they take. Two dogs with separate body structures will experience the world in different ways. They also have unique personality traits that influence the types of behaviors they tend to run and govern how they interact with other dogs and objects.



Wobbledogs is meant to be enjoyable simply to passively observe, but it’s also rewarding to interact with the dogs directly, whether that’s petting them to relieve some stress, tossing a pup around to watch it tumble through the pen, or helping your canine companion get free after it wriggled itself into a particularly tight space. These dogs try their best, but sometimes they need a bit of extra help!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Got my first dog Pancake. Played with him, fed him, loved him. Got some more dogs for Pancake. Pancake played with them. Was best friends with Randy. Watch Pancake grow older & change with the minutes. Always happy and playful. I loved Pancake.
Proceeds to die right in front of me. My other 4 dogs then come over & eat his dead body right in front of me, all while I'm still in shock that dogs can die in this game.
10/10 game. Taught me more about loss than my parents ever did.

Review from Steam

I bred a dog called Stephen. Stephen had some really long, skinny legs so Stephen couldn't walk. Whenever he was hungry, I dragged him to the food pile. When he was bored, I dragged him to a toy. Then, a message appeared on screen. Stephen didn't have much time left. I immediately brought the camera to him and gave him tons of pets and praised him. However, he wasn't dead yet. I went back to my other dogs and after a while, Stephen was about to die. I brought the camera to him and leaned back in my chair with dismay as I watched Stephen helplessly flail on the floor. I watched as his body parts fell off. Another dog walked by and ate Stephen's leg like the fry it was. RIP Stephen and all those who came before him.
So yea pretty good game to waste time
Also I had a tiny dog called Meatball, and Meatball was best friends with a giant dog called Extra. They died together in the same room.

Review from Steam

My experience playing wobbledogs:
-I breed a funky little boy with absurdly thin and long legs and a very short body because its funny and cute
-I am met with the realization that he simply can not walk, no matter how much I move him around and wiggle him into place, he always falls over and can't get back up
-I am reminded of the horrors of irl crossbreeding of dogs and breeds like the pug which have trouble breathing and are prone to loosing eyes because their skulls are so shallow and they just fall out
-I experience real genuine and immense guilt at bringing this creature into the world unable to live happily without constant assistance
-I give him a special room with moon gravity so he has more mobility
-I start feeding him nothing but bananas and alien fruit to thiccen his legs and elongate his very small body
-a few pupations later: a happy boy emerges ;w; Noodle is able to live out the rest of his days comfortably
Conclusion: sometimes the silliest options are the wrong ones and playing god can be taken a bit too far.
Fabulous game that teaches many important life lessons!!

Review from Steam

i hatched a very long dog named woah nelly; i've been keeping her alive with a diet of the bodies and souls (see: dog cores) of her friends and offspring but if anything bad ever happens to her i'm going to snap

Review from Steam

by god they do wobble

Review from Steam

Having a great time so far, but there doesn't seem to be any way to view a dog's lineage. Would be nice to look back on its genetic history/family tree and the steady evolution from its ancestors.

Review from Steam

This game has a genuinely disturbing, almost evil, underlying atmosphere. This feels like a game you'd play in the Backrooms.
I have a tiny dog with broken legs named PissFingers whom I feed the souls of his deceased brethren (that they cannibalize immediately upon death) to extend his life span like a disgusting spider legged vampire. PissFingers has utterly destroyed my gene pool and his descendants are rapidly devolving into dog centipedes. I only let them eat onion rings in hope they'll grow wings but it does nothing but shrink their bodies and legs into nothing as I'm forced to watch them inch along the dirt and slowly die.

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