I Love Finding Pups

I Love Finding Pups

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Boomzap Entertainment presents a paw-some hidden object game for the dog-lover in all of us!

Visit beautiful locations from across the globe while you find and collect adorable canine companions! I Love Finding Pups features classic hidden object gameplay across a wide variety of scenes with a great collection of mini-games sprinkled throughout!

  • Find and collect cleverly hidden canines
  • Visit beautiful location with animated backgrounds
  • Play over 20 fun minigames
  • Discover and adopt all 15 dogs
  • For additional features, check out the Collector's Edition

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1776 MB

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I Love Finding Pups is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Oh how I love Pups so much fun Clear pictures, very challenging, multi-tiered playing. Loved adopting new pups. The ability to do a double zoom in is unique. I highly recommend this game.
Date published: 2021-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I STILL LOVE FINDING THESE PUPS BUT OPT FOR THE CE IF POSSIBLE! I'm a dog lover who has been looking forward to this game for over a month. I really enjoyed "I Love Finding Cats" so this game was an immediate purchase and I was even more impressed with the quality and the features. Of course, finding the pups and adopting them are fun features but I like the fact that objects change to different formats from level to level, a Bonsai may be a silhouette in one scene and a few scenes later the Bonsai may be a real plant which makes it more challenging when you aren't looking for the same picture over, and over. Each HO scene has 18 Listed Items to find with a Secondary Zoom Zone Scene. The listed items are highlighted to show which items are available in the current scene (if the listed text is opaque it indicates that item is not located in that scene but it will appear in bold print when you switch to the zoom zone or vice versa) There are usually 2 Dogs available in the Main Scene and 2 within the Zoom Zone Scene and the pups are also available in the Spot the Differences HO scenes that follow each main HO level. You can zoom in to the scenes (including the zoom zone) using the Magnifying Glass feature, by double-clicking, or scrolling, you can even click on the magnifying glass and THEN scroll to zoom in even further...and the graphics still remain crystal clear! There is no Timer and no Misclick penalties but you will earn more points for making fast consecutive finds (Combo x1, x2, x3, x4, etc.) Even though you aren't racing against the clock, you will earn a Gold, Silver, or Bronze Star depending on how many points you earn, so making combos is vital. This is one of the few HO games that I enjoyed replaying the scenes so I could find items more quickly in order to better my star rating by earning more Combo Points! There is a Hint feature available, however, you will earn extra points if you don't use the hint feature. Each Hidden Object Scene will list the number of Pups available on the left side of the Inventory Bar. Finding the pups allows you to adopt 20 adorable Pups, and you can replay the HO's to search for any missed pups. When replaying a scene for a better score, it isn't necessary to re-find the pups, unless you want to because once you find them the game keeps track of this. After every HO Scene, you will play a Spot The Difference game which has 2 more hidden Pups! After completing the Spot The Difference game you will get two puzzles that are dog-themed, such as shaped puzzles, clicking on square tiles until the correct image has been discovered, or rotating circular pieces to complete the image...and they aren't as simplistic as you'd imagine them to be! The Collector's edition version has 21 Wallpapers, 12 pictures of the Developer's own Pups, 12 Music Soundtracks, 6 Extra Bonus Scenes, 12 extra mini-games, and 5 extra Adoptable Pups. ?^•?•^? FUN FACTS ABOUT DOGS: *The Labrador Retriever has been on the AKC’s top 10 most popular breeds list for 30 consecutive years—longer than any other breed. *45 % of U.S. dogs sleep in their owner’s bed. *All dogs dream, but puppies and senior dogs dream more frequently than adult dogs. *70% of people sign their dog’s name on their holiday cards. *A dog’s nose print is unique, much like a person’s fingerprint. *A dog’s nose has as many as 300 million receptors? In comparison, a human nose has about 5 million. *Dogs’ noses can sense heat/thermal radiation, which explains why blind or deaf dogs can still hunt. *Rin Tin Tin was nominated for an Academy Award. *Only one breed that was among the 5 most popular breeds in 1934— the Beagle — still remains in the top five today. *The name Collie means “black.” (Collies once tended black-faced sheep.) *A person who hunts with a Beagle is known as a “Beagler.” *Yawning is contagious—even for dogs. Research shows that the sound of a human yawn can trigger one from your dog. And it’s 4 times as likely to happen when it’s the yawn of a person he knows. *The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is the only breed named for a fictional person—a character in the novel Guy Mannering, by Sir Walter Scott. *Dogs curl up in a ball when sleeping to protect their organs—an instinct from their days in the wild, when they were vulnerable to predator attacks. *The Basenji is not technically “barkless,” as many people think. They can yodel. *The Australian Shepherd is not actually from Australia—they are an American breed. *The Labrador Retriever is originally from Newfoundland. *Human blood pressure goes down when petting a dog. And so does the dogs. *There are over 75 million pet dogs in the U.S.—more than in any other country. *Dogs are not colorblind. They can see blue and yellow. *All puppies are born deaf. *Dalmatians are born completely white and develop their spots as they get older. *Dogs have about 1,700 taste buds, humans have between 2,000–10,000. *When dogs kick backward after they go to the bathroom it’s not to cover it up, but to mark their territory, using the scent glands in their feet. *A recent study shows that dogs are among a small group of animals who show voluntary unselfish kindness towards others without any reward. *The Norwegian Lundehund is the least popular dog breed and the only dog breed created for the job of puffin hunting. *Greyhounds can beat cheetahs in a race. While cheetahs can run twice as fast as greyhounds, they can only maintain that 70 mph speed for about thirty seconds. A Greyhound can maintain a 35 mph speed for about seven miles. *The Bloodhound’s sense of smell is so accurate that the results of its tracking can be used as evidence in a court of law. *Some dogs are taller or heavier, but according to the Guinness World Records, a Mastiff named Zorba is the world’s overall largest dog ever. Zorba weighed 343 pounds and measured over eight feet from his nose to his tail. He’s been described as being about the size of a small donkey. *According to the Guinness World Records, the smallest dog ever recorded was Miracle Milly, the Chihuahua. Born in 2011, Milly was a minuscule 3.8 inches tall and weighed in at one pound. *Loki weighed just 3# more :) Don't forget to swing by my new forum and become an official Woodsey at thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2021-11-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not What I Expected While I love dogs (have one of my own), this game is a straight find hidden objects -- there is no story and after several chapters just became boring. However, if you like plain finding hidden objects you might want to try it.
Date published: 2021-11-21
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