Play As A Duo Of Dogs In Newly-Released PHOGS!

Is it dogs? Is it Pogs? No, it’s PHOGS! and it’s finally come to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC! GameByte first got a glimpse of PHOGS! back in 2018, and now the colourful and crazy puzzler has finally been unleashed into the world. Should you be checking out PHOGS!? Absolutely!

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PHOGS! takes the premise of Nickelodeon’s Cat-Dog and throws a whole heap of puzzles into the mix, with vibrant colours, charming characters and a big ol’ dash of nonsense.

“Stretch, bark and bounce your way through obstacles and challenges across three vibrant worlds, filled with hilarious physics-based gameplay and sneaky secrets,” says the game’s official description.

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In PHOGS! you play as both Red and Blue, two super-cute pups joined together by a long stretchy belly. Play single-player and take on the game’s challenges in a test of your skills and dexterity, or join forces with online buddies for a co-op experience.

Along with its wonderfully wacky gameplay, PHOGS! features a collection of zany worlds known as the Phoggyverse. Packed with secrets, snacks and hidden Golden Bones, the world of PHOGS! is like a child’s toybox come to life. Collectibles will allow you to customise Red and Blue, giving you some incentive to sniff around and see exactly what each level has to offer.

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While PHOGS! looks like a childhood dream, don’t be fooled, there’s no easy gameplay here! The game promises a tough challenge for even the most veteran puzzle gamer, so expect a lot of head-scratching, belly-bumping and maybe even the occasional rage-quit!

If you’re looking for a weird and wonderful adventure that’ll test your skills, this is the one for you, and – in case you didn’t get this already – it stars doggos!

Supporting single-player and shared-controller gameplay, plus local and online co-op, PHOGS! is a game suitable for solo gamers and for your pals. Pick it up on Steam here!

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