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WAPPY DOG FOR NINTENDO DS
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- Unprecedented level of interaction with a pet toy and DS Simulation video game in one package
- Each Wappy Dog can be personalized both in-game and outside the game
- Train and care for the dog in the virtual world by grooming and feeding Wappy Dog
- Engage in cooperative, competitive or supportive mini-games will continue to develop the friendship
- Data exchange between toy and game system allows you to take Wappy Dog anywhere, saving progress that can be uploaded to the physical dog
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Wappydog is a unique single player Simulation game for Nintendo DS. Wappydog is the next generation of interactive toys, connecting a physical toy dog with a virtual world contained on the game cartridge where young gamers care for and raise their very own interactive puppy to adulthood through an immersive experience communicated through the Nintendo DS (sold separately). Wappydog features include: two game modes, the ability to play mini-games with or against Wappy, loads of tricks and song, customization options and hundreds of possible reactions from Wappy.
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Each Wappydog is a personalized experience enabling players to customize both the virtual and physical versions with different colors and accessories. Players train and care for their Wappy Dog to determine their pet's constantly evolving personality, skills, and happiness, as well as use their game system to communicate with their dog. Wappy will respond virtually to prompts sent in-game with tail-wags and tricks, as well as physically through vocal barks and movement.
Players choose between 'Home Mode,' which enables them to engage with the physical dog through the Nintendo DS, or 'Travel Mode,' which allows on-the-go Nintendo DS players to continue caring for and playing with their pet virtually. When players reunite their system with their physical pet, the two entities sync to enable the same dynamic personality and status giving players constant access to their pet.
Game mode details include:
Key Game Features
- Unprecedented level of interaction with an interactive pet toy
- An owner's interaction with Wappy Dog determines the dog’s mood, happiness, and constantly evolving personality
- Five uniquely varied age states will be accompanied by changing reactions, songs and even the pitch of its voice
- More than 18 conversational prompts are answered with more than 350 evolving responses, with each 'barked' response translated by the Nintendo DS software
- Each Wappy Dog is a personalized experience
- Owners can customize the physical Wappy with provided sticker sheets
- In-game, players can personalize Wappy Dog's appearance, environment, and accessories
- Players can also give their Wappy Dog a nickname while in-game, to further personalize their pet
- Train and care for a virtual puppy
- Owners will care for the dog in the virtual world, grooming and feeding Wappy Dog
- Playing and caring builds a healthy bond between pet and owner
- Owners can teach their pet new new songs, dances, and tricks
- Training and care-taking grant new interactions and accessories to players as well as increases the dog's stats
- Fun and exciting mini-games
- Engage in cooperative, competitive or supportive mini-games will continue to develop the friendship
- Use in-game toys to play with Wappy Dog
- Take Wappy Dog anywhere
- Thanks to data exchange between the toy and game system, the digital and physical Wappy are the same dog
- In Travel Mode, transfer Wappy to your Nintendo DS to continue the experience in a virtual world
- When you get home, progress will transfer back to the physical dog as if you never left
Two modes to choose from.
Hundreds of response options.
Trains and care for Wappy.
Mini-games in both modes.
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 1:08 Mins|
It turns out Wappy can "Sit!" really well. Wappy does not move from point A to point B. Wappy can make a lot of different sounds. Wappy lights up in different ways. Wappy can turn his/her head. Also Wappy can stretch and return to "Sit!". You can pet the dog on the back, nose and tail and the dog will respond.
When I think robot dog, I conjure images of .... more. At least frontwards and backwards. Maybe a circle. The DS has to stay within 3 feet or so of the dog so perhaps it is just as well that Wappy stays put.
The DS end of the toy is fun. The mini games are fun. The Nintendog concepts of grooming and caring for the dog are fun. These are all things you can do with any of the Nintendogs games. All the Nintendog games were hits in our home over the years. My son's assesment of Wappy compared to Nintendogs was that Nintendogs was more like having a real dog.
The batteries do NOT come with. 3 AA.
I think Pre-K to 2nd grade will love the toy. I think a very small child would love the dog but wouldn't be able to navigate the DS game. I'd be surprised if older kids who can work the DS will stay interested in the dog for long. My son is way too old for this toy but it took him about 5 minutes to get involved with the mini games, leaving Wappy to turn itself off and go to sleep.
The dog seems sturdy and put together really well. I think it would appeal to both boys and girls in the pre-k to 2nd grade range.
Well, in the case of Wappy Dog, You pair the pet sim up with a robot dog that is used in conjunction with the video game to (hopefully) create a whole new spin on the genre and a more interactive experience. So were Sega Toys and Activision a winning pair yet again, or are video game stores going to have to hold adoption events for stacks of leftover Wappys?
There really isn't a story behind Wappy Dog per say. He's just a virtual pet for you to interact with. The more you play with it, the more the friendship bar fills in. Once you fill in the bar, you gain a heart and Wappy "levels up" more or less. In game it says he's aged a year (which is a bit silly to see a dog age three years in a day) but it really should be labeled something akin to "friendship rank.Read more ›
His sweet looking features would bring a smile to most anyone.
This toy seems well built to stand the playfulness of a child.
Wappy can be played with by itself or with Nitendo DS.
By itself he has a limited amount of movements.
When you press Wappy's nose he barks and moves up and down one time.
When you pet his back or move his tail, he does pretty much the same thing.
However, these reactions change depending on his mood and his age.
If you press and hold his nose for three or more seconds he'll lie down and go to sleep.
He makes a variety of sounds likes a puppy winning or small bark.
There is an on/off switch under his chin.
Wappy has quite a LOT of functions when interacting with DS.
And those actions change Wappy's personality over time.
This is a great little fun toy that adds a new dimension to Nintendo's video games.
This particular Wappy was a gift for a girl that dearly loves animals,
She was VERY pleased and excited to play with Wappy, and loves the DS.
The box contains:
Wappydog which requires 3 AA batteries, that are NOT included.
The Nintendo DS card.
Instructions and precautions booklet.
Two pages of personel care decals that include:
paw prints, spots, collar's, a bandanna & bow and some flowers.
The robotic dog lights up its eyes and cheeks and slowly raises up and down on front paws with an occasional head turn. There's a little intermittent barking, but nothing too annoying. It's pretty low-key, overall. Wappy seems more like a sweet, decorative tech. companion rather than a highly interactive plaything.
Regarding the actual DS game, my daughter also liked that you could re-name the dog. Unfortunately, it only calls the dog by its new name when you request to call it by that new name-every other time it still calls the dog "Wappy," which she wasn't too happy about.
You can virtually "pet" and "groom" Wappy, blow bubbles at her and have her get caught in the rainbow beam of a UFO. Although you can take her to different rooms, you can't walk her around them. In short, you can't control Wappy's movements which is another downside for older children.
You can play various games to unlock additional rooms, toys and foods (beef, chicken, ice cream and cake) for Wappy to enjoy. These games include swiping away snowmen in a penguin's path, catching fruit falling out of trees with a picnic basket, bopping critters with a hammer (like in arcade) and hitting floating disks with a slingshot.
This game is VERY high on the cute factor. I appreciate that the content is appropriate for very young children. It comes nicely packaged in a see-through box that fully displays the adorable Wappy.
Wappy would be especially loved by little girls ages 5-8, depending on maturity level.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter loves this toy. She has been playing with it non-stop since she received it. It comes with the DS game which controls the physical dog. Read morePublished 2 months ago by X Man
My daughter loves teaching this dog tricks.
You can play with or without the robodog, but it is not nearly as much fun without. Great little value for young kids!
Not a whole lot to do in the game, but my son likes the toy dog even without the game. It will run through the AA batteries though if you're not careful.Published 4 months ago by J. Jenkins
My daughter who is 6 played with it maybe a couple minutes... Jus not all that fun.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer torres
I got this product long before it was due to come in. It was just like new. This game came with stickers for your child to personalize the dog toy with, everyone of them were... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Denise Kelly