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  • Summary: Get immersed in the LITTLEST PET SHOP world and collect your favorite pets!Help BLYTHE and her friends, Minka, Penny, Pepper, Russell, Sunil, Vinnie and Zoe to adopt, take care of and entertain cute little pets!? 150 pets to collect! Dogs, cats, bears and more!? Wash them, feed them and play with them in fun mini-games ? Build houses and play areas to welcome and entertain even more pets? Visit your friends and find the hidden objects in their towns.----Visit our official site at http://www.gameloft.comFollow us on Twitter at http://glft.co/LetsPlaybyGameloft_Twitter or like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/letsplaybyGameloft to get more info about all our upcoming titles.Check out our videos and game trailers on http://www.youtube.com/letsplaygl Discover our blog at http://glft.co/Gameloft_Official_Blog for the inside scoop on everything Gameloft. Expand
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  1. Nov 25, 2012
    80
    Quite frankly, this game won't win any awards for originality, but that doesn't mean it's bad. On the contrary, Littlest Pet Shop does the franchise proud, and will definitely please fans eager to populate their towns with cuddly friends.
  2. Nov 28, 2012
    70
    Littlest Pet Shop is, in a word, adorable. The animals squeal and dance, and are rendered with tiny bodies, huge heads, and shimmering eyes. There's a decent amount of voice acting, and the cartoon's original actors all appear to be on board.
  3. Dec 21, 2012
    50
    Littlest Pet Shop's routes to success are paved with crummy video ads for other freemium games, or painfully slow, tiringly repetitive grind. It looks lovely, but so do the adverts on TV, and you don't enjoy wasting your time watching tens of those to get to the content you want, do you?