Pet in TV is an original (and quite bizzare) PlayStation game, where the user takes control of a virtual pet. (A more complex version of the Tamagotchi). The player can choose from a selection of PiTs and name it.
It is then up to the player to nurture their PiT and allow it to explore the 3D world, learning from it's encounters with scenery and objects through trial-and-error. Once these behaviours are learn, the PiT will know how to respond to those objects in the future (such as a Flower, or a Spike). Whenever the PiT becomes injured, or tired, returning it to it's home will allow Dr. Y to fix it.
The objective then becomes for your PiT to solve puzzles on it's own - for which it will be rewarded with AI upgrade chips.
- Raise your own virtual pet!
- 8 stages full of items and creatures
- Choose from five different personalities
- Grow your pet in to the ultimate Gold P.I.T.
Taking the nature of virtual pets to an altogether deeper level, Pet in TV lets you raise an artificial pet (P.I.T.), train it to obey you, feed and pamper it, and teach it everything it needs to know about its new virtual world.
Though the P.I.T.'s outward appearance is akin to a robotic motorised egg, with the right nurturing it can grow and become more intelligent just like a real pet. Once it is fully trained, your P.I.T. can then explore its virtual world in search of valuable AI-chips that can later be used to build the ultimate Gold P.I.T. pet.
Each P.I.T. has its own personality, which you can choose before it is "born"; cheeky ones tend to be more adventurous, quiet ones more obedient - the choice of P.I.T. personality governs just how you and your P.I.T. will get along!
- Third person perspective
- 3D Graphics
- Cartoon Graphics
- Virtual pet theme.