Pupperazzi is a delightful looking pooch photography adventure where you explore a charming canine-filled world and take pictures of adorable (and slightly derpy) doggies!
Currently in development by Sundae Month, creator of Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor and Dad Quest, Pupperazzi is a first person photography game that’s all about snapping pictures of cute little dogs. You step into the shoes of a freelance pupperazzo and can actually shape your career depending on your actions, with you able to use your photos and social media presence to chase stardom, focus on being taken seriously or even just enjoy sharing your pics with friends.
There are a variety of different locations in Pupperazzi and all of them are packed full of playful pooches for you to meet and take pictures of. The dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and while some of them may be doing normal(ish) dog things, a lot of them are up to much sillier stuff like skateboarding or playing on see-saws.
You can snap and share and pics you like and you can also earn a little extra by completing requests for specific pictures (such as a picture of a dog riding a minecart). As you progress you’ll unlock better photography equipment such as zoom, filters, slow-mo and lenses. You can have plenty of fun without the camera too, with you able to play fetch, give them hats to wear, terrorize them with vacuum cleaners or start dance parties. And of course, yes, you can pet the dogs!
It’s a fantastic looking game that’s packed full of playful pup-filled joy. It’s the sort of game that’s guaranteed to make you smile as you snap pictures and play in its charming doggie world. Sign up for the Beta for a chance to meet those pooches early!
To sign up for the Pupperazzi Beta just join the Kitfox Games Discord group, then go to the #click-here-to-join channel and click the emoji at the bottom of the post to get access to the rest of the Discord group. Then go to the #Pupperazzi channel and type “Hi! I love dogs. I’d like to Beta Test Pupperazzi please!”. Beta testers will be DM’d a key when testing starts.