Finding Doggy
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows ME / Windows 98 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 600 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Finding Doggy 

Help a lost little pup find his way back home in Finding Doggy, a charming puzzle challenge. One morning, while chasing a magpie, Doggy suddenly finds himself far away from his home in Happyville. Connect matching game pieces to create a path for Doggy to follow through each colorful level. Along the way, get a little help from new friends and uncover special power-ups. Guide Doggy through six different environments, each one more challenging than the last, to a joyful reunion with his owner, the sweet little old lady. Featuring 50 puzzling levels, timed and relaxed game modes, bonus desktop wallpaper, and more, Finding Doggy is a delightful, puzzle-filled tale of lost love and happy homecomings. Try the free trial version, or play the Finding Doggy full unlimited version and get lost in this wonderful journey that's easy to play, a challenge to master, and sure to leave your tail wagging.

  • Play two great game modes: Story and Endless
  • Race against the clock or relax and play without a timer
  • Unlock six bonus desktop wallpapers
  • Meet helpful new friends along the way
  • Use powerful bonuses and helpful power-ups
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Reviews of Finding Doggy
 | Added on: August 2, 2010
We like it because it is amusing and not too complex and addictive. My husband can sit for hours and play it and normally he likes to play hidden object games. I too like it for I like the match 3 games more.
 | Added on: October 15, 2009
This game was a bit on the easy side for me but my 8 year old son absolutely loves it. I like the originality of having to create the right path to get Doggy home. It means my son really has to use his mind and figure it out. He gets so excited about the power-ups and when he wins the round. The graphics are actually really nice. This is an excellent game for kids.
 | Added on: October 12, 2010
Cute game. This is a twist on match 3's that is quite similar to 4 Elements. Despite the childlike name of the game, this is a game that can be enjoyed by adults as well. There are two modes you can play - with timer or relaxed mode. I chose with timer as relaxed is too tedious for me. Doggy is, well, a dog, and he's gotten himself lost. Each level you are given a match 3 style board where you must bring Doggy to the exit by making matches (this is not click or swap - this is done through dragging and connecting 3 pieces or more). There seems to be a new feature added on every level, either new obstacles (crates, glass jars) or bonus helpers (that allow you to scramble the remaining pieces or swap two pieces, etc). Just as in 4 Elements, often the exit is off the screen, so you are shown a map so you know in which direction to travel. Although I'm sure this game will be addicting to some, it didn't really do it for me. It is a nice game though and I can see how it would be appealing to some. I didn't really care much for 4 Elements (but I know others love it!) so if you love 4 Elements, you will probably like this game as well. I would rate this game 3.5
 | Added on: May 11, 2009
I tried this game with our nieghbors mildly autistic grandson and he loved it. It was slow-paced enough for him and he loves dogs, so it was a good fit. I had to read the dialogue for him and explain, just once mind you, what the bonuses were all about. We skipped the wallpaper thingie. He wasn't at all interested and I knew it would be frustrating to try. I can't do the dang things myself! Anyway, it is extremely kid friendly, small kids I think would like this best.
 | Added on: July 11, 2009
Help doggy get back home ... a cute and simple match-3-type game that is easy-paced. Doggy starts each level on a square-board piece, you 'match-3 or more' pieces, they are removed and help to discover the path back to home. The board pictures are larger, simple and colorful. The many 'power-ups', like mushrooms, apples, ect ..., help to make this game not too challenging. You match pieces to create special-shapes like an 'L' and 'Z' - earn gold coins and earn trophies for completing various goals. Also, you get six screen-savers that you need to assemble the puzzle pieces together. The size of each level grows as you progress - about 50 in all, but many older kids and some adults may not like the repetition of this game. Overall, this would be a great game to play for an adult to play with younger children because of the simple storyline, game play, pictures and the doggy.
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