Pet Society

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Pet Society
PetSocietylogo.png
Pet Society logo.
Developer(s) Playfish, Electronic Arts
Platform(s) Facebook
Genre(s) Fantasy, Digital pet
Mode(s) Single-player with multiplayer interaction.
Distribution Web browser

Pet Society was a social Internet game developed by Playfish that could be played on Facebook. The game ranked as one of the most popular Facebook applications.[1][2] Players could design their pets by choosing genders, names, colors and altering appearances.

The user interacted with their pets through washing, brushing, petting and feeding. Players' pets could interact with each other within the "friend" network. Pets could visit the pets of their owner's friends and perform activities with these pets (washing, grooming, feeding, etc.) A pet could visit other pets as many times a day as it wished. The players received coins and Paw Points on their first visit of the day to each friend, but earn only Paw Points for subsequent visits. Participating in the Daily Lottery, visiting friends, winning awards, cleaning or playing with pets, winning hurdle races, or betting on the outcome of hurdle races also provided players with ways to earn coins. Visiting friends, buying items, and using the stadium earned players Paw Points.

The game was scheduled to close on June 14, 2013; the server was finally shut off on June 17.

Levels[edit]

Paw Points were akin to XP/EXP (Experience) in other social games of the sort; gaining sufficient paw points made the pet level up. When a pet leveled-up, the player received coins, new features and special statuses. During Pet Society's initial release, there were 34 levels. In 2009, after houses were enlarged to accommodate 10 rooms, 13 additional levels were added, bringing the total to 47. In August 2010, the level cap of Pet Society was raised to 100.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Top Applications". DeveloperAnalytics. 17 April 2009. Archived from the original on 17 April 2009. Retrieved 17 April 2009. 
  2. ^ "Pet Society". DeveloperAnalytics. 17 April 2009. Archived from the original on 17 April 2009. Retrieved 17 April 2009. 

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