At this year’s Pax East gaming convention, one of the most highly anticipated releases was not a new console or the latest AAA title, but a game from an unlikely source: a dog.
That’s right, a dog.
The dog in question is a 12-year-old Shiba Inu named Kuma, who created the game all by himself.
The game, which is called “Kuma’s Adventure,” is a simple platformer in which players help Kuma collect bones. But despite its simplicity, the game has been praised by gamers and critics alike for its charming visuals and addictive gameplay.
“It’s just a really fun game,” said one Pax East attendee. “I can’t believe a dog made it.”
Kuma’s Adventure is available now for download on PC and Mac.