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Pet Pals: New Leash on Life - PC
- Increase in case difficulty and number of tasks required to complete a days work as the game progresses with robust reward system including trophies, answering machine messages and staff encouragement
- 2-3 animal care actions that include grooming, caretaking and feeding
- Fellow rescue workers give the player further information on the animals and adoptive owners call to give feedback on their new pets
- New enrichment portion of the game where the player ensures that the animal is adoptable and finds the perfect family
- Bonus minigames and trivia quiz on the office computer
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Pet Pals: New Leash on Life continues Legacy's tradition of creating award-winning educational games designed for aspiring vets of all ages. Players can take part in each animal's story and control their fate, providing rich and realistic gameplay. There are more than 30 animal cases created by practicing veterinarians from around the world showcasing 15+ different breeds of dogs, cats, rabbits and birds as well as exotic animals like iguanas and chinchillas. Players will encounter emergency situations with audio and visual feedback with a daily task system and weekly game-time that is new to Pet Pals.
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This may stun and suprise you.
IT WORKED EVEN BETTER THAN THE WINDOWS 7 PC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, the game has some parts that are kinda graphic, I admit it. Some of the only problems with the performance were that my quicktime needed updating, but that was it. I love that you can actually work with the animals and do surgery. this next time will be my 3rd time finishing it. (if my desktop windows xp dosent blow up cause its so old...) don't worry, u just need to get the hang of it! NOTE: I can answer any questions you have by just commenting to this review.
one of the hardest things to do in sugeries, (in my opinion at least)is to shave an area of the fur. you have to pay close attention to the area marked, "surgical site" or something like that.
and in conclusion, oops I dont think i spelled that right.... (I HATE SPELLING....)ANYWAY.....
this game is fun, chalenging, educational, (I HATE SPELLING....) and addicting. throw away any bad reviews and toss any other vet software, cause trust me, you'll never go back!
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I then tried to use my BIL's old pc laptop, which didn't have all of the programs needed to allow me to run this game.
We still haven't gotten to actually play it because we left the CD at his house. I will assume once we actually get it up & running it will be fun, and it was a great price, but it was meant for my Mac and we may not have access to a PC often.
I was surprised by how much factual information this game contains and how much the player learns about animals. I even learned a couple things just watching her play for 10 minutes.
In the game, the player is the new veterinarian at an animal rescue. The player must treat and diagnose each of the sick animals using a number of real medical tools. There are many different types of animals with different illnesses. I saw her playing a case where she had to amputate an iguana's infected finger!
A note to parents: there is some blood in the game, but not a lot. There is also a lot of text, so this would be the perfect game to help practice reading. Also, the game tries to teach moral lessons about animal care and adoption so there is another plus.