iPhone and iPad apps tagged "virtual pets."
Lotto Fever Grips Nation: Hatchi Grips App World
Driven by its extreme popularity, the Hatchi universe just exploded, with new features, platforms and an exciting new fan art contest. The first addition you will notice is the Hatchi store, a place where you can buy coins to accelerate your Hatchi's evolution, fill its stats, change its gender, and much, much more.
Adopt Puggy the Monster, a Virtual Pet With More Games
MegaCubic Entertainment, a mobile game development company, is proud to announced today the release of its new iPhone game, Puggy the Monster - Trail of Shadow. It is a virtual pet game featuring a naughty little monster named Puggy, who has magical power to make things come alive.
3D Aquarium: Dive into a Peaceful Underwater World of Virtual Pets
3D Aquarium — The great thing about having a pet is the interaction — the petting, funny expressions and playtime. So, I’m usually not too keen on the world of virtual pets and the related iPhone apps.
Pet Pals: Plenty of Bark For Your Bucks
Pet Pals - As someone who rather pathetically longs for a dog, but finds the combination of living in an apartment and owning two cats to be somewhat of an obstacle, I have to say that Pet Pals is...well, it's not as good as a the real thing, but as far as substitutes go, it's not so bad.
iFluff Pets is an Adorable, if Pointless, Virtual Pet App
The iFluff Pets app, created by SGN, is destined to be (OK, fine, already is) the sort of application that I absolutely don't need but inexplicably love. The mobile version of the popular Facebook application (fluff)Friends, iFluff is a virtual pet-owning application that doesn't actually do much other than look adorable. If that's all you want it for, though, you're in good shape, because it is awfully cute.
Koi Pond: Find Zen Bliss With Relaxing Pool of Virtual Fish
The intrepid Blimp Pilots development shop just released Koi Pond 2.0 with a variety of new features. The 1.0 version was great; the 2.0 version adds a variety of improvements to the Zen experience that is Koi Pond - movable lily pads, 3D sound, the ability to feed your fish (try shaking the phone), and finger nibbling (hold your finger still in the water and see what happens).