Wow. Such hazard. Protect the good bois from the angry bees by drawing a barrier. Keep the bees and any other hazard from attacking the dogs until the timer runs out.
Get a better star rating by using fewer lines to create the barriers.
The barriers gradually weaken; make sure it stays strong enough to keep the bees out.
Watch out for boulders, spikes, and acid.
Play through 30 levels.
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Save The Doge Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Draw a barrier to protect the dogs from bees and other hazards.
Starting the Game
On the welcome screen, select the play button to begin.
Select the list button next to the play button to open the level selection screen.
Selecting the play button after you’ve played the game previously will load the most recent level you’ve unlocked.
Select the speaker button on the top left corner to turn the game’s audio on or off.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
Keep track of the coins you collected on the top right corner.
The bottom center of the screen shows the number of levels you’ve cleared.
With your mouse, left click and drag to draw a barrier.
Draw with your fingers to create a barrier.
Controls and indicators (top-down, left to right)
Back button: Quits the game and returns you to the welcome screen.
Reset button: Restarts the game from the beginning.
Star rating meter
This game has 30 stages.
Levels are unlocked in sequence.
You start with only one level unlocked.
Finish one level to unlock the next.
You can replay any of the levels you’ve already unlocked.
To play any of the previous levels, select the hamburger button on the bottom right corner of the welcome screen.
Once you have beat all 30 stages you must rely on the hamburger menu instead of the regular play button.
Winning vs losing
After you draw the line the bees chase after you for 5 seconds.
You beat a level by staying alive until the timer reaches zero.
You lose a level if you run into spikes, get hit by a rock, fall into the water, or the bees are able to attack you.
This game offers unlimited continues.
Create a barrier with your mouse or fingers to protect the Shiba Inu dogs.
There can be more than one dog in a level. Save all of them to win.
The barrier must prevent any of the hazards (bees, boulders, etc.) from hitting the dogs in any way.
You must draw the barrier in a single continuous stroke.
The bees do not leave the hive until after you’ve completed drawing the line.
A timer appears after you finish drawing the barrier.
Gradually, the barrier erodes as the bees attack it. You must make sure the barrier is positioned in a way that it lasts.
The barrier must stay up until the timer expires.
If the barrier erodes and the bees get in, you fail the level.
If you’re ever stumped, select the hint button on the top left corner.
Although the hint button is ad-based, this functionality is turned off for this game.
Ratings and coins
The game offers a star rating for the level based on how long the line you drew is.
The shorter the line you use to protect the dogs, the higher your star rating will be.
Keep track of your star rating using the bar on the top center of the screen.
The coins you collect is based on your star rating.
You receive more coins each time you replay a level.
Although there is an option to gain double coins by watching an ad, it is currently turned off for this game.
Use the coins to buy new items from the shop.
The items in the shop can be used to switch out animals.
Each unlock costs 500 coins.
Animals to save:
Shiba Inu dog (default)
Blue Heeler dog
Animals to defend against:
Aggressors and hazards
You must protect the dogs from these entities.
These hazards include bees and boulders.
The moment you draw, the hazards become active.
Acid and spikes
Acid pools appear in some parts of the level.
You must keep the dogs from falling into them.
Likewise, you can draw the path to drive the bees and boulders toward the acid or spikes.
Sometimes, levels consist of bottomless pits.
You must draw a barrier that also acts as a platform for the dogs.
Gravity & other hazards
The Shiba Inu will fall unless it has something under it which stops the force of gravity.
If you fall into the water, get crushed by a rock, or get stung by a bee you lose.
Bee flight paths
Bees can not fly through the solid platform borders, but you can draw through them.
Bees can not fly through the boundaries of the screen.
You only get to draw a single continuous line. As soon as you let up the bees go in motion.
The bees attack the line you draw. This means you should put a bit of clearance between any borders and your Shiba Inu, and quite often that it makes sense to have 2 lines on the bottom of your protective shell so that your Shiba Inu is not placed directly against the border.
If you earn fewer than 3 stars don’t worry about it, as you can add to your star total by replaying levels you already beat, meaning you can earn dozens of stars on a level by playing it many times.
The game is suited for players who like barrier drawing physics puzzle games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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