(3DS eShop)

Me & My Pets 3D (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

All your favorite pets are happily waiting for you!

Pamper them, offer them a comfortable home and entertain them with funny minigames.

  • Care for dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds and fishes!
  • Have fun in minigames like feeding, playing, stroking, brushing, grooming or going for a walk.
  • Enjoy exciting horse rides on the back of a Haflinger, Arabian & Co. using the amazing gyroscope controls of your Nintendo 3DS™.
  • Upgrade your compounds and keep an eye on the individual needs of each animal.
  • Visit the store and buy food, medicine, toys or accessories for your pets.
  • Collect Play Coins and spend them in the pet store.
  • Earn stars by mastering your tasks very well and change them into great ingame extras.
  • Supports Circle Pad controls of your Nintendo 3DS.
  • 3D photo feature: Take a real 3D photo of yourself and use it in the game.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Tim Latshaw

Pet-thetic

First thing’s first: the pets in Me & My Pets 3D are not yours. You are running a pet hotel, so they belong to others. Second, things are not in 3D as much as a flat, albeit layered, pseudo-3D. Third, the pets do not resemble real pets as much as...

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