Summary: My 12 year old son recently found his DS after years of not having it. He couldn't find any of the games he used to have for it and asked me to buy a new one. He chose Zoo Tycoon. He's way into the fighting military style games (CoD, Homefront, etc.) so I wasn't sure he'd enjoy this; but he did.
Summary: I bought this game for christmas for my nieces, but decided to try it out. It is really fun and interesting. I let them try it under the thought that it was my game. They loved it more than any other game. They can easily do the freeform game, even at ages 5-8.
Summary: This game is similar to Zoo Empire. Alot of fun but takes some getting use to. You are given an empty zoo and you create the zoo the way you want it. You choose the animals and create their surroundings, hire staff, design landscape, and build food courts and other buildings for the visitors to...
Summary: Zoo Tycoon for Nintendo DS/DS Lite is very fun and I highly recommend it to animal lovers or Zoo Tycoon fanatics. I suggest buying it cheap on eBay rather than paying extra at a game store. The graphics are very close to that of the computer Zoo Tycoon.
Very interesting AND educational, not as hard as the PC
12 November 2007
Summary: Very interesting AND educational, not as hard as the PC Good Animal personalities and habitats Sound/Graphics quality Diversity of animals, fences, research, animal toys, employee types, entertainment, and food/drink buildings You can make a lot of adjustments You can learn about animal care,...
Summary: You'll see on most of these reveiws that this game is bad. They're wrong. This game has its ups and downs. The ups are that: 1. it doesn't matter how big the exhibit is, no matter how big you make it, your animal will be happy. 2. You need to have a zookeeper for each exhibit.