Sara Earl writes:
''The first Paws & Claws: Pet Vet came out a couple of years ago. It was so well liked that there have been a few sequels. Paws & Claws Pet Vet: Australian Adventures is the latest of those adventures available for us to continue healing and caring for animals.
The graphics are very pretty, except for the female characters. The unfortunate female characters suffer from trying to look too human, so they end up looking horribly ugly. But since I stayed zoomed out most of the time anyway, I just didn't look at the doctor that often. The animals are really cute. The details were quite well done. When you view them from the points that you just watch from, you can see how well they made them move like real animals would, especially the kangaroos. I think they were done the best of anything in the game. The one drawback I found is that there is no widescreen mode. It just automatically puts the black bars on the side if you're normally widescreen.
The background music for Australian Adventures is "Waltzing Matilda". I did get a little sick of hearing it over and over again, but since it's the "unofficial national anthem of Australia," it was a good choice to use. The non-tourist voices all have Australian accents to further give it an authentic feel of being in the outback.''