The first game, says Games.com, is a basic take on other virtual pet simulations, in that you simply care for a virtual pet by feeding, cleaning and playing with it, among other tasks.
SPP Ranch is a bit more unique, offering players a homestead where they can adopt animals, take care of them as they grow, and eventually set them free when they are ready to wander into the wild world alone.
Both games look to support the basics of social gaming – free gifts, neighbors and a virtual currency system, among other features. Still, the games are pretty cute aesthetically, so no one would blame you if you’d like to give yet another game (or two) a shot.
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