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Pet City

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Description

Jump right into your own PET SHOP world, full of cute, quirky pets that magically come to life in an exciting digital world. Collect some of the newest and cutest pets and explore the four separate environments where you can care for and play with your pets in a variety of mini-games.

The more time you spend having fun with your pet, the more great stuff you earn for your pet shop, including new pets, play sets, accessories, and more. Experience your PET SHOP in a whole new way!

What's New in Version 2.5

Bug fixes and new animals

Screenshots

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Customer Reviews

MY FAVORITE GAME

This is 100% my favorite game. I play it all the time and I LOVE (if you didn't already know) you DONT NEED WIFI to play. I play it whenever I am sitting at home and bored or in the car. I love that you can interact with the animals and the baby animals are always adorable! I would definitely recommend this game to anyone. But there are a couple things that have been bothering me. As you know, every game tends to have coins, and then there is always gems of some sort that you basically can only get if you buy them. But I don't blame the creators because it is a free app, they have to make money off of it someway. Anyway, the main thing that I don't like about it is that all of the exotics pets cost gems. Of corse I am not buying them, so I can't have the cute pandas and tigers. So right now I have every single animal that doesn't cost gems and now I'm just trying to breed all of them(currently breeding a chow chow which I know will be absolutely ADORABLE!) But now, because I have gotten so far, I have no more animals to buy and it also says that there are no current quests for me to achieve. Over all, it is an AMAZING GAME and I am NOT DELETING IT any time soon! I would just recommend some new updates for new animals and new quests. LOVE THE GAME!!!😍

Emotional Blackmail

While I really enjoyed this game in the beginning, there was one incident that is just simply unacceptable for "a pet lovers game". While I am unsure whether this was a glitch or just a mistake, it cost me a beloved pixelated friend. It occurred about a week ago, one of my puppies grew critically ill. of course I was willing to pay for medicine to keep his life, but the game wouldn't allow me to do so. Instead it wanted me to pay for gems, which of course I had none. It, of course, directed me to where I can purchase gems, but living a financially restricted life, I was not about pay 2.99 to save one puppies life, sad as it made me feel. And so I was forced to abandon the puppy. This action is strictly intolerable. While I understand, the company wants/needs money to survive, there are other ways of collecting. That is why I am giving it only one star. Before I had given it five. Saying it was an enjoyable game. But after being emotionally blackmailed, I feel this game isn't worth my time anymore. It's simply greedy companies trying to sucker-punch me and possibly others into buying gems to keep their company afloat, even though there are probably millions of people buying gems as it is. This seems cruel and completely unnecessary. And what is saddest of all is a poor pixelated puppy has to pay the price. While I did say this might be a glitch, somehow I feel it's just not.

Uses Psychological Abuse to Extort Money!!!

Parents Beware!! The previous commenter who accused this app of committing emotional black mail is dead on. Pet City attempts to control it's players by guilt tripping them into making in-app purchases. Only a few days after getting this game, one of my first pets, a puppy, randomly fell ill. (And considering the clear lack of morals in producing this game, I must say, I have doubts that it is a coincidence that a baby was the first to get sick.) A message popped up on the screen warning me that she was in critical condition, and the only way to revive her was to pay gems. Since I had no gems and I can't afford to pay real money for a virtual animal (I have real pets that I need to save my money for), I was given no choice but to abandon the dying cyber pup. Immediately after, I promptly deleted the game from my phone. This is a horribly reprehensible technique, especially in a game marketed primarily towards young children. For older players, this might be easier to look past, however, I contend, the whole principle of the thing should be enough to hinder anyone from playing. Please don't enable this type of heinous retail strategy by downloading Pet City!!! The makers ought to be ashamed!!!

Pet City
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.5
  • Size: 174 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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