Nat Geo Games - DogTown
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Nat Geo Games - DogTown 

Join your favorite stars from the hit TV show in National Geographic - DogTown™, and help rehab problem pooches for adoption!

As a team member of the DogTown volunteer staff, your mission is to help heal every dog that enters the sanctuary. Work with the stars of the series to improve the dog's body and mind, removing months, even years of mental strain and heartache that many of these loving creatures have suffered.

Spend time with nine different dogs, diagnosing ailments, playing catch, teaching tricks, and pampering them into adoptable pets once again. Each dog has their own story and hurdles to overcome, but with hard work, love and care, you can prepare all of them for a new loving home.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of National Geographic - DogTown™ and start helping these affectionate animals today!

  • Volunteer at the famous sanctuary in a wonderful Time Management game.
  • Spend time with different dogs and prepare them for a new loving home.
  • Play mini-games to diagnose ailments, play catch, and pamper them.
  • Each dog has its own hurdles to overcome.
  • A portion of the sales profits from this game will be donated to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.
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Reviews of Nat Geo Games - DogTown
 | Added on: August 18, 2010
 
Very kid friendly, cute game but after awhile I found it boring.
 | Added on: May 26, 2010
 
I thought this game would be a challenge but it is ok for kids if you have any. I just play it to kill the boredom during the day as we have no children at home. To me it was a waste of money.
 | Added on: February 16, 2010
 
This is a great game for kids. As a animal lover, I had to play it. I found myself unable to stop because I had to help the dogs! Every level showed the dogs being adopted into their Forever Homes. It really made me feel great. It was fun diagnosing and training the dogs to help them. I'm sure kids will love helping the dogs. This is a game I will play again!
 | Added on: February 22, 2010
 
Cute game, but repetitive after a bit of play. Kid friendly.
 | Added on: February 17, 2010
 
I love how the point is to rescue abused and abandoned animals and theie need of care is based on their backround. I was not stopping until I helped all of the animals. HOWEVER you would think that as you got more into the game their would be other mini games available. The only difference is as you progress into the game the attention that the animals need increases but you do the same exact things, only more often. Its soo cute how in the end they get adopted <3 If your looking for a thrill this isnt for you.
 | Added on: August 18, 2010
 
Perhaps this may be a good game for very young folks. Easy to understand, and the repetition will make it easy for children to learn. What child doesn't love a dog. I played about 15 minutes of it, hoping it would get better, and was bored out of my skin. Very little interaction, slow paced, and no challenges at all. I have been very disappointed with Nat Geo games, and this one was no different. I am so glad I did not spend $ on this one. I uninstalled the free game
 | Added on: March 29, 2010
 
This game is very cute, very kid-friendly-would be great to keep a young one occupied but for an adult, deffinatly not a favorite. Cute storyline and the animals & their "stories" make your heart melt but it's VERY easy and VERY VERY redundant. Not quite what I expected. Cute game though!
 | Added on: February 23, 2010
 
If you have children that love dogs and want to work with them when they get older.. this is a great game for them. For true gamers.. not for you. Very easy. Soon you find yourself doing the same thing over and over. I could not finish the game, for I got really bored. And I love animals. The graphics are very simple.
 | Added on: February 16, 2010
 
The premise is a good one - BUT the execution leaves much to be desired. Stroking the dog to find the sore spots is difficult - almost as though the hand is too big - just kept telling me 2 more to find, already found this clue - and then repeating the same game actions over and over again - no challenge here at all. Just got boring quickly. I "graduated" one dog - expected more interaction, more games - but they just weren't there. Good thing the show is better executed than this game is about all I can say...sorry to say...
 | Added on: February 22, 2010
 
I love dogs, so maybe that's why I gave 2 stars (instead of one). Some of the aspects are original and thought-out, such as diagnosing the dogs at the medical centre. Graphics were a little simple and each dog was pretty much a repeat of the next, save it's appearance.
 | Added on: November 11, 2010
 
For the kids, or for the adults who don't want to put too much energy into playing. Easily finished, just a few of the tasks are even remotely challenging. Too bad it is just a complete re-run if you play it again!
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