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  • Summary: Pet Pals: Animal Doctor is now available for the Wii. For the first time, players of all ages can bring the operating table right into their living room and enjoy a one-of-a-kind gaming experience. Veterinarian simulation is brought to a whole new level, via the unique Wiimote. Players feel like they are performing real surgeries, making the award winning game more fun than ever! The unique Wii controller simulates real veterinary tools as you use them to treat 30 different cases, ranging from minor cases like sunburn, lacerations and infections to more serious problems like diabetes, tumors and snakebites. Cases were created by real working veterinarians from actual field experience and contribute to the authenticity of the game play. [Legacy Interactive] Expand
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    Pet Pals: Animal Doctor fails on many different levels. None of its offenses are too horrendous on their own, but together they form an altogether lackluster and disappointing gaming experience better off avoided.
  2. Pet Pals: Animal Doctor might have started out as a good idea for children that are interested in animal medicine, but along the way, it ended up being a budget disappointment.
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  1. TracyCatlin
    Dec 25, 2008
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    This game was difficult for an adult to figure out let alone a kid. The directions that come with the game are complicated. The game requires small movements; whereas, the Wii controller doesn't. To be successful at this game you must do the required healing in order and in a certain amount of time. It would be great if there was a time "off" switch so that kids could get a handle on the game first. The concept is good. Execution is not so great. Expand