With up to 15 Fun Facts per card, discover your animals’ preferences, as well as what they need to survive. Learn about their fight or flight tendencies, feed them their preferred foods, and photograph their behaviors for study.
Purchased third area (top right quadrant) and everything was fine for a while (had many animals: wolves, panda, bison, etc). For some reason the area looks like it was wiped out by Thanos with nothing left, and it is asking me to spend 250 gems on something that I already purchased (with the standard in game currency by the way) and all the animals in there are also gone (pandas and bison are quite expensive by the way!).
If you go to zooguardians.com/support and create a ticket, our team will be more than happy to help restore your zoo along with any missing progress. This requires you to either go into the app every 10-15 mins to clean & feed, or you need to hire a lot of staff.
I have 10 staff members currently, but after manually assigning them a shift, 7 randomly went into rest mode. This happens a lot and my poor animals are left hungry & in dirty habitats.
Gems are very hard to earn, so if you want to progress you have to pay actual money for them. Even then it’s confusing sometimes because the fact card will sometimes say they prefer a certain size habitat or number of companions, but the hint they give you contradicts that.
I found this game very fun, and I even tried downloading it on my iPad instead of phone to give it another try... but the glitches became too annoying. But eventually there was a long lag time between me touching the screen and the objects in the game moving, the front game stopped accumulating any income so there was nothing for me to collect, the “Claim Reward” button would show an error sign and I wasn’t able to claim any rewards for completing tasks or benchmarks, and if you don’t want to spend real money on gems then the ratio of staff to habitats is unrealistic.
Every time I returned, even with all 6 staff members working, I would have messy habitats and unhappy animals. The only way to buy staff after the first 6 are through gems which cost actual money and are hard to come by through just playing the game...especially since as I mentioned earlier the “Claim Reward” button wasn’t working and neither was the “Collect” coins button for the in-game currency.
The developer, Knowledge Adventure, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. DESCRIPTION The Boogeymen is a funny and teaching application based on the characters of the famous series known as The Zoo Songs.
GAMES • Sounds (Free): Touch, watch and hear! In this game you will have to recognize the place where the animal is mentioned in the four options.
You can choose between 3 levels of difficulty, easy, middle and hard Remotest: The classic remotest game where you should find the mates and leave uncovered all the playing pieces. You can choose between 3 levels of difficulty, easy, middle, and hard.
I would gladly pay to unlock more content; however, the sound does not work on the iPad. The developer, Leader Entertainment, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
Tour zoos and take photos of their animals!- Sharp stunning graphics- Entertaining sounds- Invite your Facebook or Storm8 friends to play with you- FREE WEEKLY updates with new animals, decorations, and breeding combinations! Please note: Zoo Story 2 is an online only game.
Please note that Zoo Story 2™ is free to play, but you can purchase in-app items with real money. To delete this feature, on your device go to Settings Menu General Restrictions option.
Still, don't get me wrong, this is an awesome and addictive game. Coming back to this about three months since I wrote that, I noticed something. The truth is it costs 7 gems, which leads to spending real money.
So if you are wanting to crossbreed a liner, it may result in spending some money, and please fix this, and make things easier to afford (like, for example, you could make animals and decorations available for gems, but, then, some levels later, have them available for coins, of you could make gems a little easier to acquire). In another similar game, the equivalent of gems is far easier to achieve.
Which is really inconvenient considering lots of things in the game cost gems, and I'm talking about way more than just 3 or 5. And in some of your other games like dragon story and castle story, sometimes there are goals that reward several gems for doing something really simple like buying any decoration you want or collecting coins from any coin generating building (castle story).
It could be just like zoo story except with more sea creatures basically. So please consider my game idea and make it easier for people to earn gems.
And I'm not the type of person who spends a lot of money for gems. You should do the same exact thing for Pet Shop and Zoo Story and many more to come.
I'm a teen and yeah I have a job, but I don't like buying things off of iTunes. I would be the happiest person if you add on watch the video to earn gems.
The developer, Storm8 Studios, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Zoo Train features 5 different educational games plus sticker rewards for kids 2-5.
And yet, as a bonus, the whistles they touch also sound during song playback. Sometimes the puzzle pieces don't snap in place as easily as others, adding difficulty for tots.
Track curves that should fit on any curve in that position won't be accepted if they overlap straights which were not available in piece choices for first several moves. Hate that touching letters doesn't produce anything...should say name or preferably phonetic sound.
Phonics trump letter names...how can a tot learn to read “cow” if told “see-oh-double-U”? Building the trains is definitely his favorite part (solo), but he likes the puzzles and track-laying (with help).
The developer, Busy Bee Studios, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.