New Game Stars Cute Dogs And Contributes To Charity

Who's a good boy!?

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Not only can you play as a good boy in this new title from Spooky Squid Games, you can help save some real good boys too. With each purchase of Russian Subway Dogs on PC and Mac until August 8, $1 will go to Save Our Scruffs, a charity dedicated to finding rescue dogs safe homes around the world.

From the team that brought They Bleed Pixels to life comes a new pixelated arcade game. In Russian Subway Dogs, you'll play as one of man's best friends just trying to live another day in the Moscow Metro, swiping food from Russian commuters.

In the game's campaign, you'll follow Proletaricat and her chaotic kittens in 100 levels inspired by real-world train stations. But in order to get those sweet treats, your good boy will have to dodge vodka, rival pups, and an elusive subway bear. If stories aren't your jam, there's also an endless mode complete with leaderboards.

You can wag your money at Russian Subway Dogs right now via Steam on PC and Mac for $15. During its launch week, you can snag a small bonus treat in the form of 10 percent off.

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