Hush puppies are coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox 1, and PC in 2017, the developer has revealed.
Hush is the brainchild of two indie developers, Adam Baddiel and Luke Linn, and is a free-to-play, social-gaming app for young kids.
The app, which is free to download for all to try, offers “hush-like” puppy-walking that lets parents and children run around their homes in “humble” and “dignified” settings, like “a playground.”
While Hush’s focus on social play will initially appeal to a wider audience, the app’s developers are keen to push Hush into the “real world” for parents.
Linn said he’s looking forward to seeing “the kids of tomorrow” “having fun playing with their hush dogs,” and Linn also hopes that “this is something kids can look forward to, not just when it comes to a child’s birthday, but to other important milestones like marriage, birthdays, and milestones in their lives.”
Hush has been in beta testing for a few months now, and according to the developers, it’s still very much in the early stages.
“We are still in the alpha stage of Hush, so the app is still very early in its development,” the team wrote in a post on Reddit.
“There are a lot of cool features that we’re planning to add in the near future, including more dogs, more pets, and even a pet shop for kids.”
“We’re very excited about the potential of Hushed for parents and families, and hope you are too,” the developers wrote.
“If you have any questions about Hush or want to support the game, be sure to reach out to us directly on Twitter and Reddit.”
Hushed has already been released for PC and PlayStation 4.
You can get Hush on Steam for $4.99, and it’ll be available for purchase on PlayStation Store and PlayStation Store in the coming weeks.