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Zoo Frenzy (DSiWare)

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Create the zoo of your dreams and try to maximise your profit by managing tons of parameters!

Enjoy five fun mini-games to train and support your Animals: feed them, heal them and even play football or hockey themed games with them! Your best trained pets will go back into the wild to fight dangerous monsters and find new cute Animals for your zoo! Enjoy original use of the microphone and inner camera: wake up the hero by shouting at him and see yourself in the game! Hours of fun guaranteed.

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Another odd mix of different genres from Gameloft

Gameloft is rather fond of porting their back catalogue to Nintendo's download services. This time, however, it seems that they've created an entirely new game specifically for DSiWare. An odd mixture of simulation and strategy, with some light RPG...

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User Comments (4)

IanUniacke

#1

IanUniacke said:

I played this game on the weekend. It is not too bad. Although it will depend a lot on what your expectations are.

It is a lot like Harvest Moon, insomuch as it is a hybrid rpg/simulation. Also it has elements of Puzzle Quest/Puzzle Pirates, insomuch as you have to do little puzzle/mini games to achieve certain things such as leveling your pet or generating food for your park.

It's one of the more enjoyable 800 point games I've played and I would recommend it.

ShadowDX1

#4

ShadowDX1 said:

This game is worth the 500 points. Its one of my favorite games because of the many things you can do after you beat the game

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