Moscow, December 22 - On the threshold of 2012 Dynamic Pixels developers decided to cheer up their amiable pet lovers with a new freemium j2me tamagochi title “DogSim”.
One of the unique features of the project is that this time a player can train his dog. The puppies can take part in circus acts, try their “paws” in sleuthing or turn into guard dogs to protect their possessions. A player will need a plenty of patience due to the unique character of pets: a dog may be a wild mischief-maker, a thoughtful dreamer or a slowly sleeper. But there is no reason to worry – any time a player can reform his pet’s character and observe the emotions and behavior of the puppy change.
New Year is the time when dreams come true. Dynamic Pixels developers turned into life all players’ wishes and are glad to present the following game features:
· 2 locations: two-storied flat and a fairy-tale garden
· More than 100 various dog’s animations
· Huge ingame shop with New Year bonuses
· Ability to earn ingame coins playing 2 mini games: bubbles and dungeon
· 2 more pets a dog to play with: a cat and a dragon – symbols of the outgoing and upcoming years correspondently.
Watch DogSim youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLU_5wmhElk&list=UU3powPCh1enq5K4qDUtPysw&index=1&feature=plcp
More info about DogSim can be found on the website: http://www.softdp.com/content/view/155/71/
Dynamic Pixels is a leading mobile games developer in Russia and CIS. Established in 2004 the company has grown into an experienced studio with almost 40 titles for java, Android, iOS and Bada.
Dynamic Pixels games are distributed by content-providers, operators and vendors in South-East Asia, Middle East, East, South Africa and Western Europe countries. The number of players all over the world has already reached 4 million.
Besides developing its own original games Dynamic Pixels has implemented orders for designing and porting for such companies as Reaxion, AIM Production, Engine Software.
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