I found this to be an neat, engaging little game. You play as a dog of your choice and do quests for other dogs. The quests are pretty simple, usually only having you retrieve items by sniffing them out and digging them up. The storyline is really the main thing that kept me playing, though some quests can get interesting, the desire to know what happens in the end kept me from giving up on the game. Despite the game's age rating, this game can really only be enjoyed by children ages 10 and up. The game mentions death a lot, which probably won't upset most children, but if you're a parent who doesn't want your child to know much about death yet, then do not get this game. Not only is death brought up a lot, there's one part of a game where you have to see a flashback of a dog dying. It's not a violent death though, really all that happens is the dog, who was already lying down, falls over on one side and stops moving. The only other reason why this game should be played by children 10 and older is that some quests may be difficult for younger kids to understand, especially ones where you have to learn combined scents. Overall, this game should be played by children at least age 10, who knows that death exists, and pays attention to dialogue.
yes: I recommend this product