This subreddit is devoted to Petscop, a webseries about an obscure PlayStation game developed around 1997 by a company called Garalina. The videos open with simple gameplay in which creatures known as "pets" have to be caught in homes they have been left in. A cheat code, however, reveals a hidden dimension to the game. It's being documented by Paul.
|Jun 3, 2020||/r/Petscop hits 50K subscribers|
|Aug 26, 2019||/r/Petscop hits 40K subscribers|
|Jul 13, 2019||/r/Petscop enters TOP 5K subreddits|
|Jul 13, 2019||/r/Petscop hits 30K subscribers|
|Jan 10, 2018||/r/Petscop is trending – Trend thread|
|Sep 23, 2017||/r/Petscop hits 10K subscribers|
|Aug 23, 2017||/r/Petscop enters TOP 10K subreddits|
|Aug 22, 2017||/r/Petscop hits 5K subscribers|
|Aug 21, 2017||/r/Petscop is trending – Trend thread|
|May 10, 2017||/r/Petscop hits 1K subscribers|
|Apr 29, 2017||/r/Petscop hits 500 subscribers|
|Apr 22, 2017||/r/Petscop hits 100 subscribers|
|Apr 13, 2017||/r/Petscop is born|
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