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Little Friends: Dogs And Cats Pounces On Nintendo Switch In Europe And North America

Sold Out and Imagineer have announced that Little Friends: Dogs and Cats will release on Nintendo Switch in Europe and North America in the coming months.

This virtual pet simulator will let you care for six breeds of puppy and three kittens, such as a Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, and French Bulldog.

After giving your new friend a name, you will start to build a bond with them – feeding them their favorite food, using toys to play with them, taking them out for walks, or competing in the flying disc tournament.

There are more than 600 stylish accessories to dress them up in an outfit that matches their personality, helping them to always look their best.

You can look after as many as three pets at the same time, with the option to use the hotel to have up to 12. And, as you would expect, you can use the Nintendo Switch touch screen to pet and interact with your newfound friend.

“Little Friends: Dogs & Cats is an adorable pet simulator that we hope animal lovers of all ages will fall in love with,” explains Sold Out product manager Katie Clark.

“There’s a huge appetite out there for pet simulation titles, and we’re so excited to be releasing the first game of its type on Nintendo Switch. We can’t wait for players to meet their new little friends!”

Those that are attending PAX East (Thursday 28th – Sunday 31st March) in Boston, MA next month can see the game in action at Booth #24096.

Little Friends: Dogs & Cats will release at retail and on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch across Europe and North America in Spring 2019.

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