Pet Frenzy

Pet Frenzy

If you haven’t played a matching game in a while, then we may have something for you – an app called Pet Frenzy that happens to be a classic matching game.

Being such, Pet Frenzy will not surprise you – the game comes with numerous levels where you will have to match images of pets – chicks, dogs, cats, pigs and so on. The matching rules are the same – match three of a kind to eliminate them, match four of the same to eliminate them and create a “bomb” and so on. Each level also comes with a limited number of moves and golden stars to collect so nothing is new here as well. In addition to this Pet Frenzy comes with 2D visuals only and childish music so the game is suitable for small kids as well.

Here it is – like we said Pet Frenzy does not bring anything new to the table but if this is your first matching game or you simply need something new then you can try Pet Frenzy. If this is not the case, however, there’s a chance that you might be disappointed.

Pet Frenzy is here on Google Play.

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