Summary: If you like animals, it would be a fun game. You get to throw food to the animals and play with them. I wish you could interact with the animals though. However, after a while, I found that once you got all the animals you could get, you ended up doing the same things over and over again.
Summary: Bought it for my 4 year old last Christmas. My 7 year old asked if I could get her it for her this Christmas. They love naming and taking care of their animals! Keeps them busy and they love it.
Summary: Fun game. You create pets and play with them. But if pets get scared or angry they can attack. Kind of a shock for my younger sister. And for me. You customize the petz and exzibits. Overalll it's a good game.
Summary: If you are looking for something a bit different from the typical video game this is it. My son is in preschool and loves it. It allows you to care for and play with baby and adult animals. It is easy to navigate and doesn't require adult help.
Summary: My 8 year-old son loves this game and the first few days it was all he played with. He was able to customize the animals right away so I'm not sure what the one review about how they could only earn 1 animal was about. He can customize everything about the animal - the tail, head, nose, body, as well as color. He has not figured out how to get people to visit his zoo yet but he also hasn't even touched the instruction book.
Summary: As dictated by William, my 8 year old "World of Zoo involves creating and customizing animals. Plus you can look at them in the wild." He rented it from Blockbuster and now added it to his Christmas list. It isn't as hard as some of the other animal caretaking DS games that require you to feed them to keep them alive.