Pet Shop Story

Pet Shop Story

Pet Shop Story is another game whose title says it all – you get to run your own pet store in this free Android game!

Given that Pet Shop Story is about 20+ MB in size you should not expect too much of this game as it simply does not have enough ones and zeros to be a serious software application. Despite this Pet Shop Story is a fun game. Designed for children aged around 10, the game will allow the user to create and develop a pet shop. You will be tasked with the internal organization of the store, what kind of pets to buy and sell, feed the animals, attract customers, expand, get advice from other pet stores and more. Of course the idea behind is to make profit and expand as well as reach higher levels in the game and this is it.

Enough of the gameplay – it is now time to say a few words of the music and the graphics. The music is OK, it is a bit childish but given the audience this is understandable. As to the graphics – they are in 3D but do not expect special visual effects.

Pet Shop Story is a game for children and this can be seen and felt any time you run this game. If you have kids, then offer the game to them, if not and you want to play some “serious” games then you will have to keep on looking.

Pet Shop Story is here on Google Play.

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