the To the rescue game associated with the Petfinder Foundation to help support real-world animal shelters across the country.
To the Rescue is a simulation video game developed by Little Rock Games and published by Freedom Games, available on PC and Mac via Steam, as well as Nintendo Switch, in the fall of 2021, and will retail for $ 19.99.
Twenty percent of the proceeds from each sale will go to the Petfinder Foundation, which describes itself as a public charity helping animal shelters and rescue groups prevent the euthanasia of adoptable pets.
Players will manage the resources of an animal shelter, with the goal of finding homes for adoptable dogs and building a solid reputation within their community.
“When we chose the charitable partner for our game, we wanted to make sure that our donation would have the biggest impact possible,” Olivia Dunlap, co-founder of Little Rock Games, said in a press release. “We are proud to partner with the Petfinder Foundation and are delighted that To The Rescue! will have a tangible impact both on raising awareness of animal shelters and helping fund their incredible efforts. “
Purchases of To the Rescue games will aid animal rescue efforts through donations to the Petfinder Foundation.
Dunlap was also one of the main developers of the game, which combines hand-drawn animation with real-world issues like overcrowding and dealing with medical issues, in addition to fundraising headaches like she explained it in an interview with O’Day dog recently.
On the other hand, you can also play with the puppies and help them find foster homes, besides knowing that you have found the perfect family for them, so there is a good balance between the frustrations of everyday life and the warm and fuzzy moments.
The Petfinder Foundation was established in 2003 and has given more than $ 20 million to people in need in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Hopefully more information on pet-themed video games will be revealed at the E3 convention, which takes place from Saturday June 12 through Tuesday June 15.
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