Little Friends: Puppy Island is the newest iteration in the Little Friends video game series. | Source: Fireshine Games

Ready for a paw-some new adventure? 

Little Friends: Puppy Island, Fireshine Games’ newest video game in the Little Friends series, is heading to the Nintendo Switch and PCs later this summer. Announced today in celebration of National Puppy Day, Little Friends: Puppy Island jets kids off to a paradise island to become best friends with adorable puppies. New owners will embark on walks, search for hidden treasure, and build and expand their holiday resort, all while meeting new puppies across the tropical island. 

Players can dress up their puppy pals in more than 350 different outfits. | Source: Fireshine Games

There are nine different puppy breeds to find and adopt, including shibas, labradors, corgis, huskies, and pugs. Players can dress their puppy pals up with more than 350 outfits and accessories and explore the sandy beaches, snowy mountains, and cherry blossom sanctuaries on their island. 

There are many different locations to explore on Puppy Island, including a Cherry Blossom Sanctuary. | Source: Fireshine Games

In the game, players must find new locations to construct accessory shops and activity stations, train their puppies to become ultimate pup stars, and level up their pup’s stats in obedience, agility, friendliness, and more. Little owners can also care for their puppies by bathing, brushing, feeding, walking, and playing with them. 

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Little Friends: Puppy Island is available for preorder now for the Nintendo Switch at physical retailers. For more information, follow Little Friends: Puppy Island on Twitter and TikTok. Get ready to meet your newest fur-ever friend by checking out the trailer below! 

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Hannah Sacks

Hannah Sacks

Hannah Sacks was an editorial assistant at The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book. An avid reader, her first love is late Victorian literature paired with a huge plate of dumplings. When she’s not reading, she loves to attend concerts, cook elaborate dinners, and snuggle up with her two cats, Oscar and Percy.