46°
EXPIRED
Planet Rescue: Wildlife Vet - Nintendo Wii - £5 Instore @ Sainsbury's
Planet Rescue: Wildlife Vet -  Nintendo Wii -  £5 Instore @ Sainsbury's

Planet Rescue: Wildlife Vet - Nintendo Wii - £5 Instore @ Sainsbury's

Buy forBuy forBuy for£5
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Was in Sainsbury's Tamworth, they had quite a few Wii games for a tenner on a sale stand.

Found this one Sealed for £5.

Blurb from Play.com....

* More than 30 missions around the world, to heal endangered exotic animals, or to treat the animals directly in the clinic.
* Depending on the weather and the place, choose the right outfits to perform the treatment in the best conditions.
* Use the Wii Remote to perform realistic actions: rescue, diagnose and treat a variety of different species - adult and baby animals such as Florida Panther, Giraffe, China Panda Bear, Zebra, Kangaroos, India Elephant...
* Take care of your own pet: a cute baby tiger! Feed and clean it, play with it, and make sure it stays healthy!

Review
Planet Rescue is a range of games focusing on environment issues. While children play, they also learn about endangered animals, pollution, and what can be done to help improve our behaviours. In Planet Rescue: Wildlife Vet, you have a great opportunity to join the most prestigious NGO vet clinic in the world. Choose the vet you want to be, male or female, pass the test period and start your permanent new job position in this environmental organisation. Besides managing your own clinic, you will tour the world to rescue, heal and take care of wild animals. Most of them are endangered species like the Sea Turtle, Florida Panther, Giraffe or the China Panda Bear for instance.

______________________________

Bought it for the 5 yr old daughter as she will love tending to the animals.

Haven't played it, but from the looks of it it is like Trauma Centre, for kids, with animals

£14.99 on Play.com
£21.89 on Argos

HTH someone

1 Comment

Seems like a bargain if you can get it. I bought a Disney Princess game at Sainsburys earlier in the week for the wii which was also £5, worth having a good rake through to find some great deals!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text