Summary: I got this used since I had some credit left over selling back some other games. I'd played the catz gba game and loved it to bits. In it you raise a cat with levels and things, like monster rancher, or even a bit like pokemon. This wasn't anything like the gba game. In this, you have a kitten in a room and you can pet it and play with it and take photos.
Summary: The quality of game was fine, although the instructions only came in French and not in English. That is kind of a bummer and we had to look online to get instructions on how to play. Everything else was fine.
Summary: This is another bad game from Petz. Petz Catz Playground allows you to keep kittens and raise them and all, but the cover is TOTALLY MISLEADING!!! I thought I would care for newborn kittens and give them milk, dress them up, etc., but none of that happens! Plus once when you've raised all eight cats and have at least 1 cat with 5 or 4 stars in a least one game, then you're stuck. You can only get money from feeding and petting them then.
Summary: I bought this game as something I(23y/o) could play with my sister(3y/o). She loves it and after playing with her chosen kitten for a few minutes was begging to play it time and again. It's perfect for keeping her attention. She can dress the kitten up, and take care of it all by herself. She did need me to tell her what the buttons do but I expected as much since she can't read yet!
Excerpt: This is a very good game for teaching kids how to looks after animals- although it is not something you have to c'omit' to as much as you do an animal but if you teach your child to groom, walk, feed and play with the animal on the computer and how much you actually have to do then it will teach the child exactly how hard it is in 'real' life. It is reallygood for teaching the child how to use the wimote properly as it is rather sensitive.