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Celebrating Dungeon Dogs release with 10 of the cutest Instagram pride pups!

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Dungeon Dogs is a super cute idle RPG mobile game from the creators of the acclaimed idle RPG title, Castle Cats.

Follow the adventures of Lyra, Ken, Poppy in the kingdom of Lupinia where the evil cat king rules supreme and dogs are considered second class citizens.

With a roster of over 45 doggie heroes to collect at launch, Dungeon Dogs is already living up to the hype. The cute dog designs are matched by the cuter gameplay which features over 85 quests, with more to come soon.

In true idle RPG fashion, the game is to skill up and kit out your pups ready for battle. Then set the battles going and leave them battle it out. Along the way, you get to unlock skills, traits and extra costumes to not only increase your team’s victory chances, but also to make them adorable!

If you’re looking for your next fun mobile game, go grab Dungeon Dogs on Android or iOS, because you cannot have too many cute dog games on your phone! That’s just gay law!

Talking of cute doggies, here’s my pick of ten cute pride puppies from Instagram to celebrate the launch of Dungeon Dogs!

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🌈 𝐇𝐎𝐌𝐎 𝐍𝐄𝐒𝐓 𝐑𝐀𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐃, 𝐐𝐔𝐄𝐄𝐍 𝐁𝐄𝐄𝐒 𝐀𝐑𝐄 𝐒𝐓𝐈𝐍𝐆𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐌𝐀𝐃 🏳️‍🌈 ⠀ ❤️ This now iconic headline, and many others like it, was one that could be found emblazoned across New York’s Sunday paper in the summer of 1969. Such sensationalist homophobia was common for the time, and police raids of gay bars were nothing new. In the early morning hours of June 28th, however, the gay, lesbian and transgender patrons of The Stonewall Inn were through with being treated as lawless criminals. A stand was taken. ⠀ 🧡 The events that followed sparked a series of protests which are now heralded as the beginning of the greater gay rights movement. Though violent, the protests are now celebrated and considered a necessary step toward change. ⠀ 💛 Did you know? The LGBT pride flag, designed by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978, was originally comprised of 8 stripes that each had a different meaning. ⠀ 💚 The Transgender pride flag, designed by a trans woman named Monica Helms in 1999, has a blue stripe to represent boys, pink stripe to represent girls, and the white center stripe to represent those who are either transitioning, or have a neutral and undefined gender identity. ⠀ 💙 This year marks the 51st anniversary of The Stonewall Riots. Gay rights have come a long way since that fateful morning in 1969. During times of turbulence such as these, I am reminded that though change may not come easily, it is possible when we come together to demand it. ⠀ 💜 We are proud to represent many colors in our family. How will you be celebrating Pride this year? Let us know!

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Robin Gray

[He/Him] Robin is the Founder of Gayming Magazine. He's on a mission to fly the LGBTQ flag proudly over the video games world and drive forward authentic representation in the industry, in the press and in the games we love.