Summary: This was a Christmas present for my 8 year old son. He received a lot of games that were the "in" titles and is yet to play with any of them like his zoo game. He just wont put it down. He is learning so much about the different animals and is absolutely loving it. I highly recommend it!
Summary: I purchased this for my daughter on her 6th birthday and while the game is cool and she loves it it is only for children that can read well on their own. There is a lot text to read and it is NOT read aloud by the game. Rated E for everyone but definitely don't buy it for your little one until they can read independently.
Summary: My 6 yr old granddaughter said that it was easy for her to understand and fun to play. Her younger sister had a harder time as she cannot read and needed help to play. PERFECT for any animal lover.
Summary: My 10 year old daughter got this for Christmas and played it all that afternoon and even fell asleep that night with this game on. It's instructions are a little complicated though. Grandma was helping her learn how to play and you have to learn this one by trial and error really. I would only suggest this if the subject is something that really interests your child and they are of a more patient temperament.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would be like Trauma Center 1 and 2 ,only animals instead of people. Not even close,It is sooooooo easy that after playing all afternoon waiting to get a harder case to solve I looked in the awards room and found I had every Award already.You get a mammal award,Bird Award,South American Animal Award,African Animal Award,Asian Animal award,and a couple others.
Summary: I bought this DS game for my 8 yr old sons birthday, along with 3 other games. He and his 9 yr old brother took turns playing it for hours that day (which,I feel I got my monies worth right there because it isnt much that occupies 2 active boys)and it being months later that I purchased it they still go back and look for the game to play.
Summary: My boyfriend got me this game as a present, and although there are many other animal games out there -pet vet, dogz, etc. this is game that adults can enjoy without worry that it's too childish. Minus the storyline, with free-roaming play, it is similar to Trauma Center games. There are animated animals, interesting facts about them, and each one must be diagnosed and treated before new animals can arrive.
Summary: I give this game 4 stars. It is overall very fun and I love the setting. I want to be a vet and I love the game because of that. Most games are boring but I love this and it never gets boring. This came has pretty good graphics and the sounds are awsome. This came can never be beat, but you stop getting new animals once you complete it. You have to fix all animals the same way, bet you deal with teeth, eyes, bones, heart beat, cuts, ticks, and much more.
Summary: My daughter loves this game and plays for hours. The graphics and sounds are great, and there is a great deal of educational material about each animal. There is a wide variety of exotic animals, such as meerkats, anacondas, warthogs, fossas, as well as the typical zoo lions, tigers, bears, etc. This is a big favorite in our house.