The New App That’s Got Dog Lovers Clicking
[MobilePRwire] – Now Playbook, iOS and Android users will be able to train their own perfect puppy. ‘Clickety Dog at Pet School’, the app that’s already a favorite with dog lovers, will be available for Blackberry Playbooks in time for Christmas. Clickety Dog is a fun, interactive pet game for all ages that doubles up as training guide to help players train their own dog using the popular and effective ‘clicker training’ method.
‘Clickety Dog at Pet School’, the app that’s already a favourite with dog lovers, will be available for Blackberry Playbooks in time for Christmas.
Now Playbook users will be able to train their own perfect puppy. ‘Clickety Dog’ is unique in that gameplay is directly linked to real-life scenarios and dog behaviour. It doubles up as a fun, interactive pet game for both children and adults to enjoy, as well as being a training guide, full of hints and tips to help players train their own dog using the popular and effective ‘clicker training’ method.
“I first had the idea for Clickety Dog when I was training my own dog,” says the app’s publisher and dog coach Vicky Carne “We wanted it to feel like training a real dog, and I think we’ve succeeded – your dog doesn’t always do what you want!”
• The only dog training game that accurately simulates real-life scenarios and dog behaviour
• Real-life intelligence and obedience develop as you train the dog in the game
• Players can use a real clicker to interact with the game – practice makes perfect!
• Interactive and engaging – both as a dog training guide and a fun game
Available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch & Android devices including Kindle Fire.
Mosaic 2 Ltd was founded by entrepreneur Vicky Carne, who cut her business teeth by publishing computer games back in the days of the Commodore 64 and the Sinclair Spectrum. Her hits included game versions of The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, radio soap The Archers and TV political comedy Yes Minister. That was in the early 80s –¬ and since then Vicky has launched and run a series of more serious online ventures. But now, 30 years on, she’s back in the games market – thanks to her dog, Cory the Labradoodle.
The Clickety Dog development team, led by Steven Green of Greenius Ltd have many years of experience in game design. Between them, they’ve worked with publishers Empire Interactive, Electronic Arts and THQ, and developed a wide range of video games from Wargamer to Thomas the Tank Engine, and from Dance Party to Pop Star Guitar for the Wii.