My Pet Puppy 3D [ 3DS CIA ]

My Pet Puppy 3D

My Pet Puppy 3D

My Pet Puppy 3D

Nintendo certainly struck gold with Nintendogs on the DS back in 2005, My Pet Puppy 3D winning the hearts of millions of gamers the world over with its blend of training, walking and generally caring for a band of virtual puppies so convincingly animated that you’d swear Battersea Dogs Home had dumped a truckload of actual puppies into your DS. Last year, the 3DS launched alongside Nintendogs + Cats, which went to even greater lengths to establish a bond between player and pixelated pooch. By presenting them in full 3D, not only were these dogs even more lovingly recreated, it seemed at times that you could actually reach out and touch them.

My Pet Puppy 3D

These meters are, however, meaningless for the most part, as very rarely will they make a blind bit of difference to how a puppy behaves. Should you, for example, acquire a golden retriever and neglect to feed it or bathe it for well over a week of in-game time something we decided to research very early on, purely in the interests of thoroughness it will still aimlessly gambol about the place without a care in the world, oblivious to its malnutrition and questionable hygiene (even by puppy standards). My Pet Puppy 3D Only loyalty has any bearing on your puppy’s behaviour although it will still come bounding over whenever you call it, even if its loyalty meter is completely empty as you’ll be entirely unable to make it perform any tricks if it’s not fussed on you in the slightest. Actually teaching your puppy the various tricks included is something of a sticking point, as it’s a woefully monotonous process. Here, you participate in a tedious minigame that, like everything else in Puppies World 3D, is controlled via the touch screen. This minigame entails dragging four of the same icon whichever one corresponds to the desired trick to the centre of the screen before a 30 second timer reaches zero and must be repeated ad nauseum until your puppy has fully grasped the trick. It’s neither fun nor challenging in the slightest and you’ll often need to go through the same boring process a good six or seven times before the penny finally drops and the stupid animal eventually cottons on to what you’re trying to teach it.


Release Date : January 24, 2012
Publisher : 505 Games
Developer : 505 Games
Region : USA | FREE
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RAR File Size : 83MB


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