TREVA Entertainment is publishing a new animal care simulation for the Nintendo 3DSTM, available through the Nintendo eShop. Players embark on a journey of exploration Down Under and experience exciting adventures in the Australian animal kingdom.
Hamburg, 28th August 2014 – Kangaroos, koalas, numbats, wombats, dingoes and wild horses – all of these exotic animals are featured in the game “Outback Pet Rescue 3D” from TREVA Entertainment GmbH.This exciting care simulation for the Nintendo 3DS plays out under the Australian sun.
Players will explore landscapes in 3D and experience the adventure of their lives on an animal station in the Outback. They can drive their Jeep across the rough and rolling landscape and through eucalyptus forests on their missions: reuniting abandoned baby animals with their mothers and rescuing animals in peril. And when animals are injured or sick, there is a whole host of examination and treatment methods available. Of course players also get to use the tools of their trade, instruments such as: magnifying glass, stethoscope, thermometer, x-ray machine, creams, bandages and more. Especially tough cases can be taken back to the animal station and are looked after until they are well again and ready to be released back into the natural environment. A particular highlight is observing animals in the wild, and on the business side, income can be invested in order to expand the station’s premises and enclosures.
“Outback Pet Rescue 3D” supports the Nintendo 3DS Circle Pad control. Play Coins can also be collected and exchanged for in-game currency.
“Outback Pet Rescue 3D” is available right now at € 19,99 / $ 19.99 in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS.
Outback Pet Rescue 3D
Platform: Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DSTM
Genre: Pet Care Simulation
Target Group: Children 7+
$ 19.99 / € 19,99
August 28, 2014
E (Everyone); 3
Publisher: TREVA Entertainment GmbH
Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish
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