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Zoo Keeper

Released on 11 March 2005

4.0 out of 5 (10 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Using the Touch Screen, players tap the Nintendo DS stylus to swap the positions of animals on screen to create lines of three or more of the same type. These animals are then "captured", allowing other animals to fall into their place. This easy to pick-up and intuitive system is complimented by a unique look designed by the popular the Japanese developer.
Zoo Keeper includes a variety of play modes to ensure gamers have depth of gameplay. Players can also take advantage of the DS Wireless Communication to play simultaneous two-player modes that only requires one Nintendo DS Zoo Keeper Game Card.
  • Wireless Communication capability for two-player (Single-Card Play)
  • Five different game modes
  • An input system that is ideally suited to the Touch Screen
  • An instantly understandable and intuitive game system
  • Incredible visuals
  • Highly relevant plot involving an actual Zoo Keeper

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)

 Quality Little Game...

| | See all twisby's reviews (4)

Zoo Keeper is one of those incredibly simple games that really get under your skin. The concept couldnt be more simple, line up three of the same animal to 'catch' them and wipe them off the screen. Think of it as a cross between Tetris and Connect 4! Thats about it, but it really does get addictive and you can lose plenty of time playing it! It does have some annoying points, such as the music and sound effects and dont expect a lot of variety! The different play modes are dressed up versions of the basic game, but that doesnt matter too much because its the simplicity that will get you hooked!

 Absolutley Brillliant

| | See all YoshiGirl's reviews (4)

All puzzle fans will love this. It's so addictive you won't be able to put it down. Long lasting as well.

 brilliant and addictive

| | See all cathode26's reviews (1)

this game is brilliant, and so addictive I couldn't put it down. The different modes means it doesn't get boring.

 Great and incredibly addictive!

| | See all Omphalos's reviews (5)

Having played this game on Playstation, I knew that it had to be good. But it's even better than that - it's great, though incredibly addictive!!!

There's a number of different challenges to play, which stops the game being tedious, and it's cute too, which is a bonus!

The only thing I would change is the ability to delete the data, but as of yet, I have not found a way, which is a bit of a pain with a pre-owned game, but it's certainly not worth a star!

I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes a good game, but prepare to spend many hours of your life playing it!

 Really addictive

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Top 100 Games Reviewer

Perfect for people who love puzzle games such as tetris, this game is bejewelled with cute animals, hence better! It could have been better in its presentation and polish. But when the game is so simple and addictive, does it really matter? And the wierd chatter in the speech bubbles when you finish a game, complete with grammatical errors, can be seen as daft and charming rather than annoying! I sense it was a mistake made in the translation of the game, but again, what the hey! Enjoy.

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