Players choose to side with either cats or dogs in Pettington Park, growing their park in the name of their species of choice. You can add items like buildings and decorations to your park, but its introducing items like courts and arcade cabinets that open up what the game is really about: the mini games. There seems to be several mini games to play in Pettington Park from tennis to match-3 and other casino-like experiences.
Of course, there's a player versus player component that sees players competing weekly to see which is better--cats or dogs?--by tallying players' scores based on the progress made in-game. You'll see a full review of the game soon enough, so back to this while Loot Drop-Zynga thing.
What's odd about this project is threefold. First is the fact that Zynga and Loot Drop are in cahoots at all, especially considering what the studio has alluded to as the reason for its first game, Cloudforest Expedition, effectively getting canned. Next is the fact that this project wasn't launched on Facebook or Zynga.com, the two places that we imagine Zynga would launch a published product. And finally, one of the largest social game makers just left Google+, so again: Why Google+? We've reached out to Loot Drop to have these questions answered.
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