Summary: This game was boring and difficult to understand for me as an adult..I could only imagine how hard it is for younger children. I don't recommend unless your looking for something at a slow pace.
Summary: If you are looking for a fun game where you get to build your own zoo, don't get your hopes up. It is more about straining your eyes to see little tiny fences then designing a zoo, let alone interacting with the animals.... It utilizes none of the potential that the DS has as a platform.
Summary: I bought this game hoping my daughter could play it on our plane trip. I tred it out first to see how easy it would be for her. It doesn't even work right. I own the DS and I only play the Brain games so it gets used a couple evenings a week. My DS is in great condition.
Excerpt: 2005 and THQ bring you the chance to own your very own zoo whenever and where ever. But did this ported version bring the same old zoo magic or did it leave you wanting for a lion to eat your game through frustration (okay a little extreme...
Summary: If you have really young children they may posibley like it. They have to be young enough not to notice the terrible grafics. I have got the pc version which is great!BUT DON'T GET THIS!!!!!! (i'm 12)
Summary: I have the PC version of this and thought it was brilliant. So i bought this. As the title shows i got bored in miniutes of playing. The graphics were bad the game was boring. I mean once you build your zoo then what. You can barley see whats goinng on let alone help.
Summary: I LOVE the PC versions of Zoo Tycoon and Zoo Tycoon 2 (I have all the expansions) so when I got my DS I was really pleased to see I could have a transportable version of the game. Safe to say I was disappointed. I played it a couple of times, found it limited and tiny.