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The Doctor is In! Dr. Daisy has just graduated from veterinary school and needs to complete 5 rotations to finish her residency. Help her diagnose and heal needy animals in this madcap dash classic. From the local veterinary clinic to a sea park all the way to a big city zoo, Daisy needs to keep her ailing friends happy and healthy.
Release Date: Jan 8, 2008
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The Doctor is In!
Dr. Daisy has just graduated from veterinary school and needs to complete 5 rotations to finish her residency. Help her diagnose and heal needy animals in this madcap dash classic. From the local veterinary clinic to a sea park all the way to a big city zoo, Daisy needs to keep her ailing friends happy and healthy. Upgrades are available at each location to showcase your style and speed-up your play. Grab your stethoscope and let's get healin'!
- Keep Dr. Daisy light on her feet as she completes 50 fun, fast paced levels.
- Heal your special friends at 5 locations including Pet Clinic, Farm, Bird Sanctuary, Sea Park, and Zoo.
- Diagnose 30 animals with unique and humorous maladies including chickens with chicken pox, bald eagles with pattern feather loss, lactose intolerant cows, and flamingos with pink eye.
- Tons of diagnostic devices, medical equipment, clinic contraptions, and crazy cures.
- Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
- Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1 GHz or faster
- Graphics: 32 MB DirectX 9.0 compatible video card
- Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
- DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0
- Memory: 256 MB RAM
- Hard Drive: 40 MB free hard disk space
- Flash: Flash Player 9
13 of 17 people (76%) found this review helpful
1,726 products in account
3.9 hrs on record
Get ready to save the world as Dr Daisy Pet Vet!!!! Its hardcore as you take on the extreme world of puppies, kittens, and even lions, wouldnt be hardcore without lions right? As Dr.Dasiy life and death must be weighed in your hands as you deal with sick animals who are sad, have broken bones and get sick. Make life changing decisions such as what type of floor to have, or what kind of desk the secretary should have to maximize her efficient output so you can better work with the animals. A fun story combined with changes in the scenery and types of animals keeps the game interesting. Sometimes it felt repetitive at the end of the game, but all of that is quickly cast aside as you realize lives are on the line!
Rating: 10/10 Value: $6.99
Rating: 10/10 Value: $6.99
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
421 products in account
15.7 hrs on record
I was alittle worried that Dr. Daisy: Pet Vet wouldnt live up to the hype from having to wait for it for so long but I was wrong. Oh how I was wrong. The simplistic art style is a good change from Skyrim and the cell shading of this game makes Borderlands 2 look lame in comparasion. The audio for this game is catchy and upbeat, much better than those games which have a real musician. As for the gameplay all I can say is WOW!! I never thought this game would be so much fun plus you get to save pets. Like the pet octopus and dolphin you see on the game description. I never knew I would feel such joy in helping save the life of someones virtual pet dolphin. All I can say is get this game, you wont be disappointed, I know I wasn't.
2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1,450 products in account
0.1 hrs on record
This is a diner dash ripoff. You might think you're getting a robust veterinarian simulator, but you'd be wrong. The animals even sit in chairs in the waiting room like they're people. This is not the kind of anthropomorphising we need our children to be experiencing.
4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful