Outright Games, Drakhar Studio, and Nickelodeon are today celebrating the release of Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay, a brand new game featuring Chase and his crew, inspired by the Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups movie.
Adventure Bay is playing host to some colourful, child-friendly adventures in this release, as a meteor has crashed down into the town and given the Paw Patrol gang some mighty superpowers. Obviously, the pups are good, so they use their powers for good as they help clean up the town and help its people. No dog-led bank robberies here…
This is obviously one for the kids with its simplistic gameplay, charming visuals, and co-op gameplay. It’s a great fit for co-op, too, if you’re looking for a way to spend some time with the kids without having to pull paint from hair every half an hour. I know the struggle.
There are over a dozen missions to play through – all of which are playable in two-player mode – as well as some mini-games and a whole host of collectables to keep players going back to the game’s levels.
“It has been a joy to return to the world of PAW Patrol and create a brand new game for families to enjoy together,” said Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games. “Our previous PAW Patrol game is still one of our most popular and with this new title we have aimed to deliver an even bigger and better interactive experience for preschoolers. With the action-packed missions, puzzles, co-op mode and superpowers, this is a game the fans will really enjoy.”
Paw Patrol is out now on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC, and it can be bought either as a digital download from the respective digital storefronts
or at retail. In the UK, it’s exclusively available at Smyth’s for £34.99. However, you can still buy it online via retailers, and with the current lockdown restrictions in England, that may be the best move.
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