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Video Game – My Universe: Pet Clinic Cats and Dogs


Best Buy

It’s fun for all pet lovers, although it targets a younger audience.

Kayden Tatham, Staff writer

Many of us have experience with video games. Super Mario Bros and Donkey Kong could be among these games, but not as many people are familiar with My Universe: Pet Clinic Cats and Dogs

It Matters Game and Microids collaborated to produce this Simulation video game with a target audience of kids ages 4+. In December 2020, My Universe: Pet Clinic Cats and Dogs was made available on Stream, and the game was published February 9, 2021. 

The Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows, and Macintosh operating systems all support this game. Playing My Universe: Pet Clinic Cats and Dogs isn’t too difficult. In order to play, you must heal variously ill animals. In this Simulation game, you manage your own veterinary clinic, helping cats and dogs recover while also giving them baths and forming relationships with them. Forming relationships can also help children improve in communication. 

The majority of kids enjoy playing these games simply because it comes naturally to them, but people of all ages can also play this video game for relaxation or just for fun. On all platforms, this game costs roughly $30, although there are no in-game purchases. In-game purchases are generally not well-liked by parents. In addition to their child enjoying the game, parents can avoid wasting their money on pointless items that the game encourages you to purchase. 

I think the best thing about this game is how it can be utilized to teach kids about what it’s like to be a veterinarian. The game has limited playability on other platforms, though, which makes me dislike it, as fewer people will play it. A video game like this would normally be ideal to have on your phone, but that is not an option unfortunately. Would you be interested in playing My Universe: Pet Clinic Cats and Dogs? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below