posted by dogwhisperer (CONNERSVILLE, IN) Jun 13, 2014
Member since Jan 2013
this game reminded me how i got into these tycoon games. The animal interactions are done grate. The campaign objectives are a little flat but free play is where this game really shines and that is what i play this game for anyway Warning: if you have no imagination or creativity you will not like thing game sow stop giving this game bad revues non creative people.
posted by JamieLynn95 (LAKE WALES, FL) Nov 23, 2014
Member since Jun 2012
I enjoyed this game for the most part. There are a few glitches, such as when I move animals, they will not move exhibits but it will say that the exhibit has the animal. I had to constantly go to the main menu and then back to the game to fix it. That's the only way I know how to get it to work, but at least it works I guess. I'd like to keep it just to try and get as many of the achievements as I can, but it's gotten kind of boring, so I've decided to send it back and maybe rent it later on to finish it up. I feel that I need a break from it for a while. The graphics are great and the animals are cute. Achievements have seemed pretty easy thus far if you're into that. It's worth a rent if you're into building businesses and whatnot. FYI, this isn't necessarily a kids game. This would more than likely bore children out of their minds. After doing a few feeding, hose, and sensory actions with the animals, I'd say they would be done after that. It's not really what this game is about. It's about running and maintaining a zoo, not going to a zoo and looking at all of the animals. Keep that in mind if you're wanting to rent it for your young children. But nonetheless, it's a pretty enjoyable game!