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Pet Pals: Animal Doctor Now Available at www.legacyinteractive.com and www.legacygames.com

Wed 22 Nov 2006 8:37am GMT / 3:37am EST / 12:37am PST

Los Angeles, CA (PRWeb) November 21, 2006 -- Legacy Interactive, a premier developer of Real Life Games, announced today that Pet Pals: Animal Doctor for PC and Macintosh is available for purchase on the Legacy Interactive website, at www.legacyinteractive.com and the Legacy Game Portal, at www.legacygames.com. Lauded by children's software critics and national parenting organizations, the previous games in this best-selling series include Zoo Vet, Vet Emergency 1, and Vet Emergency 2, which together have sold more than 500,000 units.

"Legacy Interactive is proud to introduce Pet Pals: Animal Doctor into the homes of Animal Lovers everywhere," said Ariella Lehrer, Chief Executive Officer of Legacy Interactive. "The game is a fun and educational experience the whole family can enjoy, and is a great gift for the future vets of the world this holiday season."

Pet Pals: Animal Doctor gives players the chance to assume the role of a veterinarian. With help from vet technicians, players care for 35 all new animals, ranging from a Saint Bernard to a Shetland pony, rabbits, turtles, hamsters, clown fish, and many more familiar and exotic breeds. More than 40 realistic medical tools are available for use, including some that allow the player to perform surgery as well as to wash and groom the animals. As the game progresses, players are rewarded with job promotions, awards, and new game features. Pet Pals: Animal Doctor offers three different levels of play, allowing animal lovers of all ages to experience the excitement of being a vet.

New features include emergency cases that appear at random moments and require your attention immediately. In Pet Pals: Animal Doctor, you also get to follow up with your patients, to see how successful your initial treatments were. When you are ready to take a break, there are fascinating mini-games with lots of animal facts and information about real life veterinarians.

For more information, or to purchase Pet Pals: Animal Doctor, please visit www.legacyinteractive.com.

About Legacy Interactive

Legacy is a leading game developer and publisher that has been entertaining customers since 1998, appealing to an unusually broad audience with its adventure, simulation, and strategy games. Based in Los Angeles, Legacy is well-known for its TV branded games such as ER, Law & Order and The Apprentice, as well as for its popular Real Life Games such as Animal Doctor, Emergency Room, and Vet Emergency.

The Legacy team loves to make family friendly games for the "casual" audience, and is thrilled to be able to offer its games, as well as others, on its new portal, www.legacygames.com. It features one of the widest selections of "try before you buy," downloadable games on the web. And while you're there, sign up for the Legacy Games Newsletter, for New Games to Play. Every Day.

Legacy also hosts an entertaining blog, with some of the funniest casual game reviews on the web, at www.legacygamesblog.com. Written by Legacy's customers, it's a great place to learn about who casual gameplayers are and what they're thinking.

Legacy has strategic distribution, marketing and content partnerships with a variety of companies, including Vivendi Universal Games, Universal Consumer Products, IWin, Trymedia, Mindscape, Scholastic, Prentice Hall, and Mark Burnett Productions, as well as all the major downloadable game portals, such as Yahoo, Shockwave, RealArcade, Oberon, Big Fish Games, Reflexive, Trymedia, Wild Tangent, and others.

For More Information:

Charlie Duldulao

Legacy Interactive

617 West 7th St., Suite 403

Los Angeles, CA 90017

213.895.7600 x123

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