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'Zoo Vet' Operates In Retail Stores

by Rainier on June 22, 2005 @ 9:25 a.m. PDT

Legacy Interactive announced today that its new simulation game, Zoo Vet, is now available at retail outlets nationwide. Praised by children's software critics and national parenting organizations, Zoo Vet, developed by Legacy Interactive and distributed by Vivendi Universal Games, carries an SRP of $19.95 and is rated E for Everyone.

"Kids of all ages are fascinated with everything related to zoo life, so we created an engaging interactive experience in Zoo Vet where kids are in charge of caring for the animals," said Ariella Lehrer, President of Legacy Interactive. "We leveraged our expertise in developing simulation software to create a truly rewarding game play experience that kids and parents alike will enjoy."

Earning The Parents' Choice Award, The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval, the iParenting Media Award, the Horizon Interactive's Best of Category Award, and the Children's Software and New Media Revue All Star Award, Zoo Vet introduces players to the exciting 3D world of zoo life, giving them the tools to learn about and take care of 25 different animals, 30 scenarios in all. From routine check-ups to critical emergencies, kids and adults alike can enjoy Zoo Vet because of its three different, customizable levels of play. As the players become more knowledgeable and successful vets, they'll earn awards and praise from their fellow team members, and rise in ranks to become the zoo's most valuable vet. Other features include replayable cases, amazing animal facts, memory and trivia mini-games, as well as information on animal careers for the future zoo vets of the world.

More about Zoo Vet, including an online demo, can be found on the Web at www.zoovetgame.com.

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