Pet Shop Story Hack V2.0

Pet Shop Story Hack

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Pet Shop Story Hack

Pet Shop Story Hack for iPhone/iPad/Android Features

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Features: Generate unlimited Gems

Other options: Anti ban support and Proxy support

Operating system: iOS/Android

Recent Version: 2.0

Application Reviewed on: Iphone 4s/5 – Samsung Galaxy s3

Jailbreak required: NO

idevices supported: Iphone, Ipad, Ipod Touch, Android devices

Price: Freeware!

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Pet Shop Story Review

As one can probably guess, the whole core of Pet Shop Story is to create a successful pet store filled with any number of household critters ranging from dogs, to cats, to the more exotic. Placing pens around the virtual space, it is the typical routine of collecting funds, feeding animals, and then buying more.

The process is nothing that players haven’t seen before. Players begin their growth by building out pens for various animal species and, once constructed, they offer periodic income and experience. As per usual, the higher the level the animal, the longer it takes to construct but the greater its payout. That said, this all acts more like a zoo than a pet shop, as the animals never appear to be actually bought (they technically are, but they are not removed from the player’s virtual space). Taking this into consideration, it is decidedly easy to create very full pet space.

Each pen can hold up to a certain number of pets too. Upon buying one, players can opt to buy an adult mate for the species of dog or cat, the pen holds, in order to breed puppies or kittens. This also plays into a collection mechanic in which the game tasks users with completing full “families” of animals. Nevertheless, while such is done by merely tapping a “Breed” icon when a pen is selected, players can usually only breed one new baby at a time; lest they spend virtual currency to unlock extra nursery beds.

The game becomes a little more interesting when players unlock the ability to cross-breed pets. Once this is available, Pet Shop Story offers a bit more player reward — beyond the simple aesthetic of creating a cute looking shop — as it allows them to experiment in creating new pet types unique to their store. This reward becomes even greater since the TeamLava app is a social title.

Like all the Story games before it, Pet Shop Story allows players to friend one another, send gifts, and view the shops and animals that they have created. Additionally, players can visit the spaces of other random users in the community and interact with their pets in order to garner them experience bonuses. The more this is done, the greater the likelihood that the user will be ranked near the top of this community list. Unfortunately each pet in each shop can only be utilized for this by one user, making it a bit of a double edged sword, as the popularity of the Story games makes it virtually impossible to do this with random players.

The TeamLava game also ups the ante a little bit with some added with a “Shop Rating” that displays how successful one’s business actually is. Ranked from one to five stars, it is measured by the variety of pets one has, the number of decorative displays, the size of one’s nursery, and the overall store size. Of course, this is not entirely equated to success, as things like nursery size require virtual currency to grow, so the mechanic is as much as a tool to entice player spending, by suggesting more needs to be done for one’s shop, as it is to measure their “success.”

Nonetheless, Pet Shop Story is another solid, yet standard, game from TeamLava. It has all the fixings of its predecessors and as such is likely a game that will do very well. If nothing else, it offers the same type of play that its fans have come to know and love and does so in a new visual style. In fact, Pet Shop Story tends to look a lot better than the past games in terms of overall art quality and animation (even if many of the avatar assets are reused constantly). All that said, if you are a fan of the TeamLava Story games, then this is an app you’ll probably enjoy as well.

26 thoughts on “Pet Shop Story Hack V2.0

  1. easton j

    Proprietary software to Android Market, which I will lead directly to the market is not available in My phone,How to get it?

    Reply
  2. Balla

    Im looking to run the Android OS on my laptop sadly no one has taken the time to add the drivers I need to run it .I am semi-new to editing source code so simplicity would be nice.

    Reply
  3. kiltakblog

    Obviously, a Droid probably uses the Android OS, but I know that some phones aren’t actually Droids, but use the Android OS. So, what is the difference in what I am going to get with each product. Is either better than the other. I am specifically looking at an LG Optimus S, but didn’t know how this would differ from a Droid.

    Reply
  4. mike s

    I use a GalaxySII android phone and put all my appointments on my phone’s calendar. I updated my first generation iPad to IOS5 last week. This morning, I noticed that all my android phone calendar items are now on my iPad calendar. I do not think I did any ‘sync’ set ups between my phone and iPad (maybe I did something inadvertently). Does anyone know how this sync happened? I don’t mind it, just wondering how it works. Thanks for your help!

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  5. Jermaine J

    On android or iphone they have an app that changes your voice while you prank call somsones phone. What is that app called and the app that changes your number

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  6. johnkaiser 22

    I’m making an android phone game and I want my screen resolution to fit the smallest screen resolution there has been that an android phone had. Then if there’s another android phone with a larger resolution, I’ll just re-size it in a scalar manner and just fill the empty parts with black. So then, what is the smallest screen resolution there has been that android phones had?

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  7. kerrin marz

    What are good paid games on android market?Games that are not simple and have an alright picture graphic quality. Most of the android games are real bad does anyone know any good ones?

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  8. Duke

    I am planning on buying this really awesome phone. But it is not an android phone. I want to know if I can download the android market into it maybe via a microsd card. Is this possible, if so how?

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  9. Armas

    I’m planning to buy an Android phone but my budget limits me to phones with 240×320 resolutions. Now, I’m a bit hesitant to buy such phone because I think that it has the most limited number of apps and games available. Yet, I really want to buy an Android as soon as possible.

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  10. che-che

    I have a android 2.3 tablet and i want to use it as a touch screen for my windows 7 PC.I also want that my windows believe that it is a pentouch input in it. With touch interference like up and down action,etc.

    Reply
  11. Jeremy Xargor is my gamertag

    How to download android apps from google play on pc for mobile? I want to transfer them later to phone. Is there a way to do this?

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  12. Praveen

    My Marauder Android phone’s screen is constantly going dark, and it’s becoming highly annoying. I’ll be in the middle of reading, when all of the sudden the screen goes black.

    Also, I know for sure it’s not going black because of some sort of battery issue. It’s just going to sleep, or something similar to that.

    Reply
  13. Taylor2k

    i want to download android apps to my pc from android market for my android device. any possibility? i don’t want to download using my android device.

    Reply
  14. homerliveshere

    I’ve seen people run the android os on their iphones, but they require an iphone 2 or 3g. Is there a way to install on it an iphone 4? not the iphone 2, but the original iphone. and i’ve seen 2.2 videos on engadget and other sites. but i was wondering if there was an earlier version that’s more stable.

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  15. D3ZZY

    Most Android applications are written in Java, but I will use something else… I have no trouble of making the EXE file but can someone please tell me how to convert it to a file Android can read?

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  16. nasty1

    I always use my android to go online. I kept charging it when it is already low. A few hours like that, the battery decreased. It decreased also when I played games. Is there any way to solve this besides reducing the brightness or whatever it is. (Y) Thanks for the answer. I can’t rate it. I am still level 1 lol. Sorry for the uncompleted details. Do you know another way to save battery when I use the data network mode or wifi?

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  17. Jason M

    I have an Android phone-Samsung Intercept. Is it possible to send one text message to multiple receipients? How?

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  18. Death Knight

    My huawei m860 android won’t let me set up my google app. It says there is a proplem connecting to the server. What do i do?

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  19. Rassling Fundamentals

    My android apps always prompt me notification on useless ads on adult video, how can i detect which application is causing this so that i can remove the apps from my hp, i have a lot of apps in my hp, is there a way to do it ?

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  20. United

    I have been looking at android phones and I’m thinking about getting one. Also if anyone has their phone on a virgin mobile plan please tell me if it is even worth it.

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  21. _marky_mark_

    I recently downloaded “MobileBoy” emulator for android however it does allow me to save my progress. Thus, I have to start over from the beginning of each game I play. Does anyone know any free versions that actually allow you save your progress?

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  22. Ryan Z

    My wife and I both have Galaxy Fascinate phones (about 3 years old, running Android 2.x) and are upgrading HTC Evo phones, running Android 4.x, which should be here in a couple of days. How do I transfer at least the contacts (and maybe other data) from the old phone to the new one?

    Thanks in advance. FYI: not all of our contacts are synced with google. some are just saved to the phone.

    Reply
  23. Myles

    I have a few android apps I downloaded on utorrent on my laptop but I do not know how to put them into my android and get them to work. Any help would be great.

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  24. Kevin

    Obviously, a Droid probably uses the Android OS, but I know that some phones aren’t actually Droids, but use the Android OS. So, what is the difference in what I am going to get with each product. Is either better than the other. I am specifically looking at an LG Optimus S, but didn’t know how this would differ from a Droid.

    Reply
  25. David

    I bought an Android about 9 months ago and took it back because it was just too much trouble to use. I am not an incredibly tech-savvy person and I couldn’t even figure out how to turn the damn thing off or silence the ringer because it was so complicated. What is the iPhone like in comparison?

    Reply
  26. Willie

    Every time I try to buy something of the android market it goes to the google checkout. Is there a way to get it so it just gets charged to my bill?

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