SOEDESCO Announces G.I. Joe-Inspired Game: Dog Duty

Now available for Early Access, Dog Duty is a Real-Time Tactics game for PC. In Dog Duty, players control a squad of three different characters who are out to save the world from destruction. In an attempt to take down evil octo-bosses, players use vehicles and weapons to destroy evil octopi in hopes of saving the world.
SOEDESCO Announces G.I. Joe Inspired Game Dog Duty

SOEDESCO Announces G.I. Joe Inspired Game Dog Duty

Publishers SOEDESCO, paired with developer Zanardi&Liza, announced their new game, Dog Duty, has entered Early Access. As Zanardi&Liza’s “biggest project,” this indie game involves three main characters who fight together to take down evil octopi. Players take down these enemies by using weapons and “whichever moving vehicle” they can find. 

Throughout the game, players venture through multiple islands until they destroy all the “octo-scum,” eventually facing the final boss. According to the game’s Steam page, players “can ride freely throughout the world” in hopes to “defeat epic bosses.” However, they warn players that these eight-armed enemies are also heavily armed, driving “their crazy octo-machines.” 

Dog Duty - Early Access Trailer

Dog Duty is a single-player game and features full controller support. According to the press release, Zanardi&Liza joined in on the project to help ensure that the game reflects the feedback they’ve received from players. 

Here’s what Steam has to say about Dog Duty:

Control a squad of misfits as they go up against some evil bigwig Octopus Commander and his army who are threatening world-peace. Int his fun, fast-paced Real Time Tactics game, you go into combat and use guerrilla warfare to eliminate all octo-scum.

Dog Duty is currently on Steam for $9.99. 

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