World of Pets is a free social RPG adventure game that takes you into a colourful, fun world where you hatch your pets from eggs. You can buy these eggs as you roam around the magical lands of World of Pets.
If making friends and seeing the growth of your animals appeals to you, then World of Pets is a game you need to play. Also, if you like animal games, you can try a pet shop after dark and Animal Jam.
Is World of Pets free?
Yes, you can install and play it completely free of charge. However, there are in-game purchases that enable you to fast-track the growth of your pet and customise it, but they aren’t necessary. Alternatively, you can complete challenges to earn in-game coins.
How do I install World of Pets?
Once you click ‘Download’, the first thing that installs is the Xsolla program. You can then install World of Pets.
How do I set up World of Pets?
There are few easy steps to get started with World of Pets, which we’ll summarise here:
- Log in to Xsolla
- Install ‘Norris Nuts Game’ from the World of Pets start screen
- Click ‘Play’
- Create an account
- Click ‘Start’
- Choose your on-screen name and customise your character
- Choose a zone to join
What’s the Xsolla program?
Xsolla is a digital payment service that includes the mechanism for in-game purchases. Although you may not have heard of it, Xsolla works with major gaming companies, including Ubisoft and Twitch.
Engage with your pets
World of Pets is an extremely relaxing game. With its cute, kid-friendly graphics, light musical background and engaging gameplay, it’s a fantastic option for keeping the kids occupied while also teaching them the principles of looking after an animal.
The only potential drawback we encountered was that the keyboard navigation with the A, W, S and D keys might be a bit awkward for younger children to master. With the ability to rotate the camera, it’s easy to lose track of which way you’re moving.
An alternative educational animal simulator is Animal Jam, which is extremely kid-friendly, and was created in collaboration with the National Geographic Society.