Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Zoo Park - Conservation

We’ve not really spoken a great deal about ‘Zoo Park: Run Your Own Animal Sanctuary’ on this blog yet. But trust me, I am dying to share some information about the game and when I get the go ahead, I’ll be rushing to update you all.

One of the things I’d like to talk about in a bit more detail is a core gameplay mechanic which we feel really makes a great deal of difference to the title. We really wanted to pursue a conservation route for this game which will let players care for their animals in an interesting way and so we’ve introduced rehabilitation into the game.

There are several options to choose from when looking after each individual animal (which we’ll go into more detail soon).  One of them is to prepare your animal for rehabilitation so that it can be sent back into the wild. Of course, there are reasons for doing this. You’ll get a handsome donation to keep your sanctuary ticking along and you’ll also free up some space in your zoo park which will let you care for more animals. 

It may sound relatively easy in theory but there are certain requirements that you need to meet to complete the rehabilitation process including keeping the animal happy and healthy and also utilising your research centres to their fullest. Once again, in more detail soon! 

As you progress you’ll even come across missions of urgency which will ask for your help in securing a new animal which is in need of your sanctuary because of dire circumstances. It will be your job to construct a suitable habitat in time for this new arrival. Of course, you can say no to the offer if you are too busy but you’ll receive a great amount of rewards for success.

I’ll be looking to share more details about Zoo Park each week. If there are any questions that you’d like to ask us about the game, we’ll do everything we can to answer them.

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