The dog was the star of this year's Summer Games, which were held quickly.

The dog was the star of this year's Summer Games, which were held quickly.

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The summer games ended quickly. Usually a beacon of good things. Every year, players interrupt good games and perform wild digital stunts while performing speedruns. For good reason. And the best good thing was the best good boy, Peanut Butter, a four-year-old Shiba Inu, who hit his goal home. Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball Thursday, July 4th.

Peanut Butter and his owner JSR_ stopped by the Summer Games to quickly swing a virtual bat until the dog won a game in the event's Independence Day special. The duo had a modified controller that was basically a big button designed to look like a baseball. A simple press of the butternut squash device would launch a ball or balance a bat – while JSR fed him the fries, PB pressed the button and played the game. The two were part of Games Done Quickly before they joined in. Great Games Made Fast 2024 With one Gyromite Back in January, but they were so As part of a distance speed raceThis time, they were at the Hilton Hotel in Minneapolis, and while Peanut Butter was distracted at some points by his surroundings, he was mostly stuck in the game.

The summer games ended quickly.

The whole setup is based on a combination of timing and luck. JSR_ tries to command Peanut Butter to hit the button like a bullet. He gets closer to the batter, but it all depends on whether the cute little angel can get his paw in at the right time. The swings are timed for the run, but everyone is cheering for the little king when he goes into extra innings. Peanut Butter manages to end the segment in style by hitting a home run to win the game. Naturally, the Minneapolis crowd (and social media) goes wild.

“I'm so proud of this dog, man,” JSR_ chirp“This is the greatest moment of our lives. What a dog.”

The Done Quick Summer Games have two more days of sprints before wrapping things up on July 6, but the event has already raised a cumulative $50 million over its 14-year history. The Done Quick Summer Games are aimed at raising money for Doctors Without Borders, a nonprofit that provides medical assistance to people in crisis. Starting at 9:30 AM ETThis year's event raised over $1 million for MSF.

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