Create pets with minds of their own, choosing from more than 40 big and small dog breeds and more than 20 cat breeds. Customize your pets' unique looks then assign their distinctive personalities. Take control of them to see what kind of adventures unfold – in 3D! Your Sim's life is more fun with pets!
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More pets mean more fun - With a variety of breeds and creative ways to customize your Sims' pets, create unique dogs and cats with limitless possibilities!
Be the pet - Wield control of your Sim's pet to chase, dig, and more. Be the perfect companion or wreck havoc on your Sims!
Pets have their own traits - From lazy, piggy, and skittish to destructive, playful, and proud, determine the personality of your Sims' pets.
Pets can learn skills - Cats and dogs can learn to hunt and do tricks. Without the help of a Sim, your Sim's pet can even learn how to scavenge for its own food.
New Karma Powers - With Play Coins, purchase a range of Karma Powers to enrich or mess with your Sims' lives.
Trade Sims with your friends - Use Nintendo StreetPass to trade your Sims and their pets with your 3DS friends.
The Sims 3 Pets is rated
2.9 out of
Rated 1 out of
toooooooooooooo wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy harderi do like it but it too way harder for me i like easy stuff but too small to see it i hate it i am look easy
Date published: 2013-04-18
Rated 1 out of
hard i thinki don't like it it too way harder but i like my old apt sims better i wish like easy for me to play i am 25
Date published: 2013-02-15
Rated 3 out of
patience is a virtue , rome wasnt' built in a daydefinitely not the smartest choice in sims history i think they bit off more than they could chew this platform was something they;d never put sims on before i think it was a mistake and thy just wanted to show that they could go outside their normal zones of platforms i think if they would have but more thought to it or maybe not even release it and stick to the fields they know and came up woth another maybe experimenting like setting sims in something like atlantis- underwater utopia or something furtuereistic or out in the country something unique that would show their skill and creativity
Date published: 2012-05-10
Rated 3 out of
its just not worthy to be on the 3DSit plays good few glitches and yes it "can" be fun although its just not up to par with what i expected first off you play resident evil on the 3ds you expect SOME SORT of good GRAPHICS, but no it plays like a "DS" game other then that it plays just like any other sims game. honestly you should just buy a Ps2 and SIMS 2 any play that because in comparison this game . is just sad on the "3ds"
Date published: 2012-04-18
Rated 4 out of
Getting mixed feelings from this one.What can I say, it's The Sims. You're basically just doing (almost) everything you can do in a normal Sims game. Eat, Sleep, take a dump, go to work, WooHoo, etc. I'd probably get the console version before I get this one though simply because there's tons more options and the 3D doesn't look all that great. It's pretty good for a handheld, but it does have it's flaws. You spend most of your time taking care of your moodlets(personal needs like sleep, hygiene, etc.)than being able to do anything else. It is a bit better than the regular Sims 3 for the 3DS, but only by a little. The only major thing is the addition of pets which is pretty nice. and they got rid of a lot of the glitches that plagued the last one. And if you're wondering, there isn't any aging, children, or horses in this one and the houses only have one floor unlike the console versions that have 3. It's not a bad game, but it's not great either.
Date published: 2011-12-13
Rated 5 out of
tackle a virtual lifeit’s a fun jumping off point for anyone who hasn’t had a chance to tackle a virtual life. Whether it's purposefully terrorizing humans or watching your dog head off to work in its own cab, The Sims 3: Pets is a fun and funny way to tackle a virtual life