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Pet Vet: Down Under

Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Deep Silver

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'Pet Vet: Down Under' (NDS) - 4 New Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

Nurture and care for some of Australia's most adorable animals in Pet Vet: Down Under. Using the Nintendo DS stylus, players can examine, feed, assist, and play with six amazing animals, including koalas, kangaroos, and platypus. Players will be amazed by the variety of reactions as they administer treatments, and correctly diagnosing the animals' ailments will earn money which the player can then use to expand and upgrade the animal hospital. The game contains extensive information about Australia and its wildlife, which players can read in order to treat the animals and successfully grow their veterinarian business.

Get the Pet Vet: Down Under [NDS] Trailer off WP (16mb)

Nurture and care for some of Australia's most adorable animals in Pet Vet: Down Under. Using the Nintendo DS stylus, players can examine, feed, assist, and play with six amazing animals, including koalas, kangaroos, and platypus. Players will be amazed by the variety of reactions as they administer treatments, and correctly diagnosing the animals' ailments will earn money which the player can then use to expand and upgrade the animal hospital. The game contains extensive information about Australia and its wildlife, which players can read in order to treat the animals and successfully grow their veterinarian business.

Features:

  • Learning, nurturing, and caring wrapped into one fun game
  • Exotic setting: Dreamland Australia
  • Gameplay optimized for the Nintendo DS stylus
  • Includes extensive information about Australia and its wildlife
  • Earn money to expand your animal hospital and upgrade your equipment


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