PHOGS! Release Date Delay Pushes Back Launch to Later This Year

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PHOGS! Release Date Delay Pushes Back Launch to Later This Year

June 3, 2020

By: Robert N. Adams

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Bit Loom Games
PC, Nintendo Switch
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If you're looking to play a cute game about adorable puppers, prepare to be disappointed: Bit Loom Games and Coatsink have announced a PHOGS! release date delay.

What's PHOGS! all about? Check out the PHOGS! Pupdate trailer to get an idea of what these devs are working on.

Many of us have been lucky to meet a pair of dogs that are inseparable, but that is quite literally the case with PHOGS! — these two cute doggos are joined at the hip, kind of like the classic Nickelodeon cartoon CatDog.

Players must progress through three worlds jam-packed with puzzles (and their fair share of secrets) in this silly new adventure. Unfortunately, a PHOGS! release date delay means that we're going to be waiting longer than expected to check out this super-cute game.


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When is the PHOGS! Release Date?

With the PHOGS! release date delay being announced, when will be able to actually play this game? There's good news and bad news on the front.

The bad news is that no specific release date has been announced just yet; a press release announcing the delay only mentions that PHOGS! will be launching sometime "later this year."

The good news, however, is that PHOGS! will be playable as part of the Steam Summer Game Festival which is planned to kick off on June 9, 2020. If you're keen on playing this game full of adorable puppers, you can add PHOGS! to your wishlist on Steam.

Read more about how the COVID-19 novel coronavirus is affecting the gaming world at our Coronavirus Gaming Convention Cancellations and Game Delays Hub.

Are you looking forward to PHOGS! coming out later this year? What's your favorite part of the game? Let us know in the comments below!


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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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