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    Give these pups a good home in To The Rescue, coming to PC and Nintendo Switch

    The heartfelt dog shelter management simulator, To The Rescue, from developer Little Rock Games and publisher Freedom Games, is set for an Autumn 2021 release on Steam and Nintendo Switch. Check out the trailer below:

    Build a shelter and help stray pups find good new homes with loving families. Construct an ideal environment to meet the needs of a man’s best friend and maximize their chances to be adopted. Caring for dozens of doggos is rewarding, but the mission has its share of challenges as well.
    Every pooch has its own personality. It’s important to get to know each dog and find out what makes them unique. People have their preferences too, so learning what they’re looking for in a pupper is critical when making matches that will last a lifetime.
    Between visits from potential pet parents, there’s never a dull moment. Shelters have plenty of mouths to feed and treating illnesses like kennel cough is always a concern. Then there’s logistics to worry about. It takes no shortage of supplies to keep the operation up and running.
    “The challenges dog shelters and their volunteers face every day truly inspire us. It’s a setting we felt was ripe for exploration in games and we look forward to bringing this world to Nintendo Switch and Steam later this year.”

    Olivia Dunlap – Co-founder, Little Rock Games

    Some of the game features include:
    • Support real-world charity. 20% of the profit from all sales of To The Rescue! goes towards real dog shelters. Details TBD.
    • Every dog is unique. Each dog is generated with its own traits and preferences to make them unique and memorable.
    • Match dogs with adopters’ needs. Adopters will often come into the shelter looking for specific things. Match their preferences to increase the chances of adoption.
    • Upgrade your shelter. If you end up with some spare funds, you can upgrade the shelter to have deluxe kennels, get help with cleaning or upkeep, and more!
    • Keep the shelter open. Sometimes it can be tough to afford to take care of all the dogs in the shelter. You’ll need to be thrifty and sometimes make tough decisions so that you can keep helping dogs find homes.
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