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Russian Subway Dogs

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Welcome, comrades! Meet Russian Subway Dogs! We have done extensive, totally legal research in order to fine tune this chaotic arcade-simulation for what it's like to scavenge for food from Russian commuters. Surviving isn't easy when you are dodging volatile vodka, rival dogs, and the rare and dangerous Subway Bear! A new game from the creators of They Bleed Pixels. Inspired by real life stray dogs who’ve learned to navigate Moscow’s subway system! Take on Campaign Mode with dozens of levels and over 100 unique challenges from your boss kitty: The Proletaricat. Highly replayable Endless Mode with online leaderboards and a score-driven difficulty algorithm that keeps each round fresh! Featuring detailed pixel art of Moscow’s world famous, ornately decorated subway stations. Play as your favourite animals from other indie games and comics (full list below!) From fire and ice to toxic chocolate and cooking wildlife for food, Russian Subway Dogs is full of simulated systems to discover and exploit! Original Soundtrack by Peter Chapman aka COINS (Guacamelee!, LittleBigPlanet Karting, Modnation Racers) Whether you’re a dog person or more of the feline persuasion, Russian Subway Dogs has you covered. Play as a range of unlockable critters with a whole pack of special guests including: Question Hound from KC Green's Gunshow Fidel from Fidel Dungeon Rescue Nacho & Rad Shiba from VA-11 HALL-A Ratcoon from Ruin of the Reckless Uay Chivo from Guacamelee! Nidhogg from Nidhogg 2 They Bleed Pixels inspired Clawed Kitty! Simple enough for a puppy to pick up, but still packed with challenge! Run and jump along subway platforms. Bark behind people to scare up food and bounce vodka around the stage. Soon you’ll be discovering high-level strategies, such as cooking and eating rival wildlife with vodka explosions. Travel the Moscow subway in Campaign Mode! Survive and thrive through dozens of levels and over 100 unique challenges from your feline leader, the Proletaricat and the mischievous Kittens! Can you finish the level with a vegetarian diet? While protecting a bear? What about preventing the pigeons from cannibalizing each other? Complete enough levels and challenges and you'll discover the secret station at the end of the line! Feeling competitive? Climb the online leaderboards in Endless Mode. Random Proletaricat mini-challenges and our special score driven difficulty algorithm keep each play through fresh! From fire and ice, to cooking food and toxic chocolate, Russian Subway Dogs is full of simulated systems, allowing lots of freedom in how you earn points and deal with rival wildlife. Will you eat the tasty but toxic chocolate for major points, or feed it to that pesky poodle that keeps stealing your shawarma? Drink hot sauce to gain powerful fire barks or feed it to a pigeon for some fire pooping air support? In Russian Subway Dogs it’s up to you to use your knowledge and abilities to stuff your stomach and inflict as much mayhem as possible! Musician Peter Chapman (Guacamelee!, LittleBigPlanet Karting, Modnation Racers) has created a banging original soundtrack packed with Slavic sounds and Baltic beats combined with electronic dance music.
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Release date
Aug 2, 2018
Developer
Spooky Squid Games Inc.
Publisher
Spooky Squid Games Inc.
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://spookysquid.com/rsd/

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: High Sierra
  • Processor: Dual-Core 1.9 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better.
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This game is locked to 60 frames per second.
Recommended:
  • OS: High Sierra
  • Processor: Dual-Core 1.9 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better.
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This game is locked to 60 frames per second.

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP or higher
  • Processor: Dual-Core 1.9 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This game is locked to 60 frames per second.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: Dual-Core 1.9 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better.
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This game is locked to 60 frames per second.
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Russian Subway Dogs reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Product received for free based on real facts, Russian subway dogs takes with humour the invasion of Russian Metro stations. Edited and developed by spooky squid games, this small independent game puts you in the shoes of a dog, a cat and other animals, in search of food to survive. Released on August 1st, you are presented in an express test that has dog. At the discovery of Russian subway dogs rare are the games that take with humor some sad things. This is what has succeeded in making spooky squid games with its Russian subway dogs game, which transports you into the skin of an animal wandering on the Russian subway. It should be known that in Russia, more than 35 000 chienserrants have understood the workings of Metro stations to wander but especially survive. In Russian subway dogs, you will have to do the same by controlling a dog, but not that, because the game offers various animals, like a cat, a racoon, and others that we will not reveal so as not to spoil the surprise. A total of ten animals are playable. The game is simple, it will have to bark or Meow on the users of the Metro to feed themselves and not to fall dead hungry, it's sad view like that. Each level is a station of the subway lines. You start with line 1 which has 7 stations, to unlock the following stations, we will have to recover bones that are won by fulfilling objectives on each of the stations. The goals of the beginning are very simple, you will have to juggle a bottle of vodka, eat 5 sandwiches cooked and make a combo air 5 times. Goals that come true in a fairly simple way explained via a tutorial image at each station. To juggle a bottle of vodka, it will be enough to bark on it, to cook the food you have to drop the vodka on the food, and the air combo "is basic, it will just be successful to catch the food dropped by passers-by before it falls on the ground. But as you go along, other far more complex goals will be invited, such as making a veggie bonus combo, eating fruit and vegetables without falling on the ground, or eating deer meat, which can cook if a bottle of vodka falls on them. For Yes, in Russian subway dogs there are enemies, dogs, dobermans and poodles, who will try to eat your food, but also pigeons, deer and bears, who will try to kill you or/and steal your food. The game features a very cute 2D pixelised style, especially the animals, and a very Soviet graphic and sound atmosphere, and we love it because you get very fast in the mood. But even if the decorations change regularly just like the music, we get bored very quickly because we often repeat the same actions, whatever the game offers each time something new. The lifetime is still correct and offers a few hours of play to succeed in seeing the end, and even more if you want to unlock all the trophies. You also have a second game mode, which offers you to choose the internship you desire and make the best possible score without objective as in the "campaign" mode. In conclusion, Russian subway dogs offers a small game that would fit very well on mobile, more than on PC. The graphic and sound atmosphere makes us travel. We have fun for a while, but we quickly drop the case because too much repetition in the gameplay. But the atmosphere and the cute animals are right to us, and we stay because we do not want them to starve. Editor's Note: 6/10-a very cute game, but that repeats itself too. You can follow the Currateur couple of gamer for more reviews of games: couple of gamer
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