In This New Video Game You Play An Adorable Lost Puppy Who Just Wants To Find Home

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

Hear that? It’s the sound of everyone’s collective dreams coming true at once — there’s about to be a video game staring a dog.

Developer Kevin Cancienne has launched a KickStarter to support his new game “Home Free” which stars the player — YOU —  as a dog lost in the heart of an unknown city.

The game appears to begin with you being abandoned on a busy city street and heading off into the world to explore:

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

But you end up facing many obstacles. Some human —

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

— and others from your fellow canines.

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

There is also the new dynamic of having to find food for yourself. Sometimes you eat out of trash cans, but sometimes you are craving stuff a little more high class…

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

All until you find yourself a nice place to sleep for the night:

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

The game is currently slated to be released in the Fall of 2016, but developer Cancienne has openly said that he has a lot of work ahead of him, which is why he has launched the KickStarter in the first place!

Kickstarter / Home Free
Kickstarter / Home Free

I can’t wait to get my paws on this game! TC mark

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