John Adams Leisure’s Doggie Doo sells out

Published on: 7th December 2012

Doggie Doo, the action game from John Adams Leisure, has sold out in the run up to Christmas with more stock being shipped in to meet demand.

With current sales exceeding all company expectations, John Adams are arranging for further stock to be delivered in time for the Christmas shopping rush.

Simon Pilkington, managing director at John Adams, said: “We are delighted to see the popularity of Doggie Doo enduring at the rate it has amongst both retailers and consumers during 2012. Its simplicity and play mechanic make it one of the most innovative and quirky games out there which only adds to its appeal.”

John Adams has new action games currently in development for 2013 to follow Doggie Doo.


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