Summary: This was a Christmas present for my 8 year old son. He received a lot of games that were the "in" titles and is yet to play with any of them like his zoo game. He just wont put it down. He is learning so much about the different animals and is absolutely loving it. I highly recommend it!
Summary: I bought this DS game for my 8 yr old sons birthday, along with 3 other games. He and his 9 yr old brother took turns playing it for hours that day (which,I feel I got my monies worth right there because it isnt much that occupies 2 active boys)and it being months later that I purchased it they...
Summary: My boyfriend got me this game as a present, and although there are many other animal games out there -pet vet, dogz, etc. this is game that adults can enjoy without worry that it's too childish. Minus the storyline, with free-roaming play, it is similar to Trauma Center games.
Summary: My daughter loves this game and plays for hours. The graphics and sounds are great, and there is a great deal of educational material about each animal. There is a wide variety of exotic animals, such as meerkats, anacondas, warthogs, fossas, as well as the typical zoo lions, tigers, bears, etc.
Summary: As an old gamer(literally) I am very new to the Nintendo DS Lite system and games. Shoot em ups and fast action requiring a lot of button manipulation are not my style. This game uses the stylus almost entirely with only scrolling with the buttons.
Summary: This game can be addicting. I brought it because I love animals. In this game your character is an intern at the zoo and helps the character's Aunt Lucy to treat different types of zoo animals such as: a zebra, elephant, panda, snake, buffalo, koala, turtle, wolf, and so on.
Summary: This game has great graphics! It gives you different animals to treat like bears and birds. You take care of them and try to make them happy and then you let them back into the wild! This game is great fun for all ages!