Zoo Empire (2004)


In Zoo Empire, players take on the role of zookeeper in charge of designing and running a zoo. Players must tend to the health, happiness and nutrition of their animals by hiring employees, adopting new animals as they unlock features within the game, and providing facilities for visitors such as places to eat and drink and buy souvenirs from. There is both sandbox mode where players establish their own rules or career mode with more challenging objectives. The ultimate goal is to build your very own Zoo Empire by keeping all elements happy while making money along the way!

Platforms: PC (Microsoft Windows)

Release date: 2004-08-01

All about game Zoo Empire

Are you ready to become the ultimate zookeeper and build your own Zoo Empire? Then look no further than the incredibly popular video game, Zoo Empire. This amazing simulation game allows you to unleash your creativity by designing and running a successful zoo with over 60 different species of animals.

The goal is simple: keep your visitors happy while managing the health, happiness and nutrition of all of your animals in order to make sure they are taken care of properly. You can hire employees to help manage the zoo as well as adopt new animals as you progress through each level. There’s also facilities for visitors such as eateries, souvenir shops, restrooms and many more!

If you’re looking for a challenge then why not try out Zoo Empire’s career mode where you have to go from rookie zookeeper to wildlife whiz or if that doesn’t take your fancy then there is sandbox mode which allows players to set their own rules when playing the game. As an added bonus there are hidden features throughout which will be unlocked as players progress through each level giving them even more control over how they want their empire run!

So what are you waiting for? Get creative today with Zoo Empire and start building up your very own zoo empire!

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