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  • Wappy Dog by Activision Gets Real World Testing and Review by DadDoes.Com

    (EMAILWIRE.COM, November 03, 2011 ) New York, NY -- Wappy Dog, the robotic toy dog from Activision has finally arrived. Wappy dog is an electronic dog that a person can control and interact with via your Nintendo DS or 3DS. Word of Wappy Dog first spread after the Toy Fair in February 2011, but getting specific information on Wappy was challenging. Now, DadDoes.Com , a product review blog, has done a full hands on Wappy Dog review in a real world setting.

    Virtual pets are nothing new. Numerous virtual pet games exist on the Nintendo DS and other platforms. What makes Wappy Dog stand out is the


    Wappy Dog Review


    the actual, physical Wappy Dog toy. Wappy can respond to what users are doing on their Nintendo DS. Click “Sing A Song” on the DS and the physical Wappy Dog will start to sing. Feed Wappy a snack and watch Wappy move his head, and get happy.

    “Our first concern when testing out Wappy Dog was, is the interactive part just a gimmick? It turns out that they way the user and Wappy interact really does add a lot to the play experience and Wappy ends up feeling like a friend, as strange as that sounds” states Dan Nessel, founder of DadDoes.Com .

    Users can play games with Wappy and they actually see Wappy’s paw appear on their Nintendo DS screen. If Wappy wins he is happy and if he loses he gets sad. During the game, Wappy is making sounds and moving in connection with action in the game. In this manner, it really feels like a child is playing against a friend instead of just the computer.

    The core of the Wappy Dog software is made up of mini-games which users unlock as they advance. Kids who like mini-games, will love the Wappy Dog experience. As mini-games can get boring quickly, the added element of playing against, or in some cases with, Wappy really adds a new dimension to the game play.

    Activision also created a Travel Mode for the Wappy Dog game which parents will love. If traveling and don’t want to drag the toy Wappy along, a person can dowload his heart and play and care for Wappy in a virtual world. In this mode, Wappy Dog is very much like the other virtual pet games.

    As everyone is moving closer to the 2011 holiday toy season, Dad Does has been focusing on toy reviews for the past few weeks. Parents who are trying to determine the best holiday toys for the 2011 season, can read the real world toys reviews over at DadDoes.Com



    To read more and Wappy Dog and other toy reviews, please visit:

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    About DadDoes.Com

    Dad Does is the place where Dads Do Things and Review Things. Founded in September, 2010, by Dan Nessel, DadDoes.Com has already become a destination site for Dads and Moms looking for brutally honest, informative and real product reviews. DadDoes.Com believes that parents care about more than just diapers and baby bottles– they don’t stop eating, drinking and playing just because they become parents. Dads and Moms do see things through a different lens and DadDoes.Com looks to provide information on everything, through that parent lens.

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