Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile (BREW)

Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile BREW Menu of the game (BREW version)


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Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile is a game where your goal is to adopt animals and keep them as happy as you can. You are managing your money to create the most beautiful zoo in the world containing exotic animals. The happier animals are, the more money you get. Your zoo is composed of several exhibits; when all the exhibits are full of animals and the goal of each reached, you will be promoted to keep another larger zoo.

The game is composed of three different zoos, and you can adopt eight different types of animals (tiger, rhino, cheetah, chimp, and others). All have different behavior, some can live peacefully with each other, some can't and will fight, it is up to you to make the correct choices to be successful. If you want to have your animals happy, you will have to entertain them, clean their exhibits, give them food, and adopt other animals in the same exhibit so that they don't feel too lonely.

The interface consists of an arrow that marks the object, and contextual menus to select the action type to carry out.


Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile BREW If you want to change the exhibit ground aspect, use this menu to add things like water, grass... (BREW version)
Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile BREW Animals sleep sometimes, do not disturb them in the meantime they wouldn't appreciate (BREW version)
Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile BREW Menu of the game (BREW version)
Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile BREW Main look of the game and interface, select the action to do using the appropriate button (BREW version)

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Eric THOMMEROT (1415) added Zoo Tycoon 2 Mobile (BREW) on Jan 13, 2006
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