Floodgate Entertainment and Sony BMG Team Up for Mo-Pets

mopets_logo_hires.jpgIf you love animals and are aching for a new virtual pet to latch onto now that the Nintendogs craze has subsided a bit, start watching out for Mo-Pets, a newly announced upcoming pet simulator game for mobile phones. Floodgate Entertainment and Sony BMG have just announced a co-publishing agreement that will see Sony BMG working with wireless carriers to distribute Mo-Pets on mobile devices worldwide (a scheduled release period was not provided).

In Mo-Pets, players will be able to adopt either a dog, cat, ferret, or monkey (with additional animal breeds to be gradually offered for download post-release), and interact with it on the go in a wide variety of activies. Players will be able to teach their pet tricks, play in mini-games, go to the park or obstacle course, enter talent shows, and more. There will even be online play! For further details check out www.mo-pets.com.


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