SqueeDogs is a point-and-click Facebook game where players will first design a dog of their choosing. They can customize the dog's appearance, including its fur color, and will be able to jump into the dog-filled world that's made up of giant steaks, rainbow logs, breathing trees and more. Items and clues will pop out of bushes or crystals, and a variety of monsters like ghosts, spiders, dragons and skeletons will cause "all sorts of trouble" as you play.
"Facebook games in general are kind of all the same; you're not considered a real gamer by people who play Xbox," Epstein said in an interview with the Boston Herald. "We wanted to make a different Facebook game. You live in a house with a steak for a door; a fork for a doorknob; living, breathing trees - almost Alice in Wonderland - to give you a 'wow' experience."
Part of the profits in SqueeDogs will be donated to the MSPCA to help real-life animals, but before any donations can be made, the game needs a bit of help getting off of the ground. SqueePlay has a Kickstarter for the game that currently sits at more than $10,000 of its $15,000 goal, with 10 days to go. You can learn more about the project by heading to the game's Kickstarter page, where donations can also be made.