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Petz: Monkeyz House Latest News - DS

  • Publisher: Ubisoft
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  • Release Date:Nov 20, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description:Here's your chance to raise a pet you don't see everyday! Not only does Petz: Monkeyz House let your raise your own primate, but you can make your own monkey by crossing different breeds to produce a baby of a brand new species. Use rewards and discipline to raise your monkey and watch it grow into a personality all its own. Keep it healthy and happy to create a strong bond and see it respond to your commands. You can watch up to three of your petz monkey around onscreen at once or use the DS WiFi connection to trade your monkeyz with friends.
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Petz: Monkeyz House News

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  • Kid Gets Teen Game Instead Of Petz

    Kara Petrich, a Spanaway, WA mother, got an unexpected surprise the other day when she bought her daughter a copy of Petz: Monkeyz House Instead of the simian simulator, the cartridge contained T-rated "dating sim" Sprung. It wasn't just the wrong box, mind you, it was the wrong cartridge. Sprung contains dialog like: "You...

    Posted March 30, 2010

    Kid Gets Teen Game Instead Of Petz

 


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