From the towering giraffe to loveable meerkats, in Zoo Park: Run Your Own Animal Sanctuary you'll care for over 30 animals from all four corners of the Earth including lion, gorilla, coyote, puma, moose, raccoon, wolverine, snow leopard and the black bear.
Like any modern animal care facility in the 21st Century, you will need to run a professional programme of rescue, rehabilitation, research and conservation to promote understanding and care of all the animals under your control.
Of course, each animal type has its own list of requirements in terms of habitat, nutrition and care. You will need to address the individual needs of each one in order to run a successful and ethically sound zoo park.
Saying goodbye to the animals you have raised from new-borns is hard but as your sanctuary continues to grow, there will be plenty of new animals requiring rescue which you will be given the option to accept or not depending on your available resources at that time.
Be careful however. Expanding your sanctuary means that your workload will increase accordingly and you'll need to be able to make sure your facility runs like clockwork in order to gain the all important popularity points from your visitors which determine the level of your success.
As well as animal care, another main task of Zoo Park is constructing a well thought out facility to best meet the requirements of both the animals and your visitors. You must construct the correctly sized habitats for each of your animals. A Koala bear won't appreciate sharing an enclosed space with a tiger for example. Remember that each animal will also have several requirements which you'll need to consider when mapping out your zoo park. Some species will favour a large pool of water to happily swim about in whilst others will enjoy a large amount of plant life to themselves. You'll also need to consider their diet and how much space each animal will require. You'll then need to hire staff to help you run the park.
As well as keeping your animals happy, healthy and rehabilitating them into the wild, the hoards of visitors will also need to be accommodated by constructing pathways so that they can see your animals, building toilet facilities, constructing cafes and ice-cream stands and a gift shop.
The game can be controlled by the mouse. You can easily zoom in and out with the mouse or scroll through the territory.
Nice ambient music tracks, which changes by the daylight, will provide the atmosphere for the game and animal sounds will make the game more vivid.
Gamercast: 4 / 5
GhostWolfe: 8.2 / 10
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