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World of Zoo

$40.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to learn, can pick it up and start using it right away. Gameplay is simple and straight forward. Graphics are cute and brightly colored with fun animations.

The Cons:Very young kids will have a hard time figuring it out.

World of Zoo is a life simulation video game from Zoo Tycoon series developers Blue Fang Games. In the game, players will take care of 95 different species of animals from 11 different families which can be placed into 20 exhibits.

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The goal is to keep animals happy by feeding them, playing with them and improving their exhibits. Happy animals will provide the player with hearts and tokens that can be redeemed for various items such as tools, food and new animals, and certain achievements unlock new species or in-game awards. Players can add animals by either using the "Animal Adoption Network" or the "Animal Creator" where players can customize animal personalities and appearances. There are several minigames scattered throughout the game to keep game play fresh and exciting. World of Zoo was released for Windows PC, Wii and Nintendo DS on October 26, 2009. Unlike other versions, the Wii version can be played by up to 4 players.


  • Developer: Blue Fang Games
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Platform: Windows PC, Nintendo DS, Wii
  • Release date: October 26, 2009
  • Genre: Life simulation
  • Modes: Single-player, Multiplayer (Wii only)
  • Rating: ESRB: E

User Reviews (1)

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    easy to learn, can pick it up and start using it right away

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    gameplay is simple and straight forward

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    graphics are cute and brightly colored with fun animations

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    completely kid-safe gameplay, nothing risky

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    lots of hidden unlockables to be discovered

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    educational content, teaches a lot about the different animals

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    interaction with the animals is fun, good response to your training

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    very young kids will have a hard time figuring it out

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