Summary: We got this for our 11 year old daughter's birthday. She had been wanting it and was very excited when she opened this gift. She wants to be a vet. After playing it, she said it was really hard to figure out and you have to do a lot of work to "play" it. She still likes it and still plays with it. I just do not think it was what she expected. I think it is very well constructed game for a serious game player.
Summary: I really liked this game. I have Horsez 2 and I had a sick foal so I got the code from the Horsez 2 vet and quit Horsez 2. then I put Imagine animal doctor in. I went to the part where you can accept foals in imagine animal doctor and hit "Use Code". Then I typed in the code I got from Horsez 2 in the space and I got my foal from Horsez 2. If you have Horsez 2 I would DEFINETLY consider this game. You also get to pet animals and play with them.
Summary: I got this game because I love animals and I have similar games like this on my nintendo ds. In this game your character is a vet and helps animals. For each animal you do an exam and if they are not well they get admitted to your animal hospital were you can treat them. I think the only way you can treat them is by petting them and playing with them until their bar becomes green. It is an okay game if you like animals and/or want to become a vet.
Summary: This isn't your usual nintendo game. If your all about fun and games, I wouldn't reccomend this. If you like caring for animals, or are of the responsible type, then you would like this. Yet boring at times,(unless you call petting an animal with your sylus for 5 to 25 minutes "fun". No joke- I'm not exaggerating. I counted.) on top of that, you have got all these animals waiting for their share of 25 minute petting. Why am I still playing? because it's adicting.