Fire Dogs

Fire Dogs
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Release date
17 October 2022
Steam reviews score
78 (28 votes)

Explore the atmospheric retelling of the Korean mythological tale of the Bulgae and their pursuit of the Sun and Moon for their master, the King of Darkness.

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Fire Dogs system requirements


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher (64 bi t)
  • Processor: Intel i5 or Ryzen 5 1400
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 950 | AMD R7 370
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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The thing that pi$$es me off with steam is that you are forced to update a game before you can play. And often the update fucks up the game you were playing or the update has nothing to do with the game you are playing but addresses DLS's you don't even have.
Stop taking so much control over your customers who are buying products from you and then still being controlled by you.


Howl, dig, sleep, and make doge friends.


excellent cute little game, need more content


very atmospheric and fun! lovely music and art style. wouldn't mind if howling in multi-player made a little indicator pop up so we could find each other, but even without it it's such a pleasure to play :)


Fire Dogs was a fun, serene, journey game. Played blind and had fun, even made a friend or two along the way. With beautiful graphics, gorgeous scenery, amazing music, and wonderful aesthetics. I can't wait to see what comes next for Fire Dogs.

Mechanics wise it is nice, even when managing to break out of the map you get sent back to your sleeping area. Jumping is floaty but works well once you get the hang of it! I think the digging mechanic could be used a little more though, but everything tied together nicely.

Some spoilers in my critiques/suggestions below:

    • Critique wise I think it would be cool to have a lot more exploration type stuff and new areas (which I see is planned) and a way to find dog friends met on your journey again. (Mountains, snow, caves, and even more of whats in the game already!)

    • Dog friends are great but is there a way to find and reconnect with ones you've met? Otherwise it may be nice to have a way to do so if at all possible.

    • Potential to customize dogs and their color. Or are dogs colored based on player number? (Ex. I was gray and a random person who joined was 2 shaded brown. Is that random, based on a system level, or who joined who?)

    • With swimming is there any ideas for diving under the water? There were a lot of neat visuals and potential to explore them and/or caves under water.

    • More interactives would be fun to play with, whether it be simple items (like lanterns, chimes/bells, other instruments, fountains, boats, etc) or an adventurous puzzle or two whether they be simple or hard puzzle wise.

    • A music selection would be nice too. Each song is beautifully elegant and it would be nice to play all of them equally!

    • Bury some hidden treasure/collectibles too. I liked the digging mechanic but did feel it has a lot of potential.

    • A hub would be nice, but also other neat areas similar to what's in the game as well. I loved all the small things found around like docks, the caves, temple areas, and different biomes. Each one was quite unique and special in its own way. There was also a nice blend of natural and man made elements too.

    Maybe a longer event/cut scene with the eclipse. I personally would love if we could explore the area during the eclipse. We could see the areas with the lantern shrines and gems of the cave glowing and see if anything else has similar glowing (like the swamp fireflies) or changes from said eclipse.

I know that's a lot of suggestions and critique but I would love to see this as a great expanded indie game! It was beautifully done, based off a wonderful story, and I'm excited to see what comes out of it as a whole and where it could be taken for future content.


Its a quick game but its very beautiful. The designs are simple but I think they work really well. Its a fun little game

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