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Wildlife Park

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Here is your chance to create a giant and beautiful zoo. A park so amazing, it would be impossible to build in real life. In Wildlife Park you must build an animal park from scratch, managing it so your visitors will spend their money. You begin with just the park area, a ticket booth, and some money. From there you can buy animals, build the zoo, hire employees, and then open the gates and let the visitors come.
• 45 detailed, seamlessly animated and simulated species ranging from mammals and reptiles to birds and marine animals
• Fascinating, challenging, and realistic animal behavior in areas such as reproduction, socialization, aging, birth, aggression, and "trainability"
• Animals can be trained with a huge variety of interaction devices such as trampolines, ropes, slides, trees, and video screens
• Aside from the 20 missions there are (potential) zoo locations around the world awaiting the player to master zoo management under these different preconditions.
• Choose a variety of terrains with different climates, environmental sounds, and music themes to start your park in. But be careful in your choices in climates and animals, as keeping a polar bear happy in the Sahara is an incredible challenge!
• No single goal to reach the finish of the game. The park has to be managed well to gain access to new areas, attractions, and more importantly, exotic animals
• No-limits landscaping at various heights, many plants, bridge constructions, ponds, rivers and waterfalls, and buildings
• 10 professions for your personnel to care for the animals and park: Feeder, Garbage, Zookeeper, Animal Catcher, Gardener, Scoutmaster, Vet, Worker, Animal Trainer, First-Aid
• Great athmosphere wirht realistic sounds and corresponding music themes.
• Building architecture style differs by climate
• Transparent walls give visitors a better view of marine animals, allowing you to build underwater observation rooms

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 10/8/7/VISTA/2000/XP
  • Processor: x86
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.7
  • Processor: 2 Ghz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 mb video memory, OpenGL 2
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
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I think Wildlife Park is one of the best Economic Simulations ever. In this Review, It aims to contrast positive and negative and explain why I am making a Recommendation to buy for them. First of all, There is no real story because the Campaign rarely leaves longer than a Mission in the same Place. However, I find the Campaign beautifully varied because for example you either have to help a friend become self-employed and therefore have to build up your Animal Park, you help a wounded Tiger or you have to make sure that Animals are young. Although most missions are built up about the same way (Generate Money, take care of the Animals, entertain the Spectators ...), thanks to various Maps and a beautiful introductory story, the Fun of the Game is never lost. For those who don't feel like campaigning, but prefer to build the Zoo of their Dreams, all Doors are also open here in The free Game mode. In free Play, you can set goals for yourself (earn so much money, possese/breed so-called type X animals, etc.) and choose the Location of the Zoo. From Central Europe to Antarctica and Egypt, as well as the USA and China to Mars! (While I'm unsure about Mars if it's only appearing in the Expansion pack) The Shearness can also be adjusted, which determines whether the Animals can die, what it looks like with the Money, whether demonstrates demolish your Park, etc. Gameplay: The Game is about meeting the needs of the Animals and the Visitors, putting the Animals first Should stand. Since the Satisfaction of the Animals also has an impact on the Satisfaction of the Visitors. The needs are divided into Beams and indicate what the Animal needs when, for example, the bar goes down for the need for the jump tries to replenish the Animal on Hills or with Equipment that needs. In addition, Animals have demands on the Enclosure to Feel Good, for example they want enough Lowlands, places to swim and Plants, even hills for Climbing must not be forgotten. In order to work on the site, you have the terrain tool and Washing Pumps for Rivers and Lakes. Visitors also want to see beautiful Plants and Decoration along the Way. Staff are also given The most Different tasks (Garbage Men empty the Buckets and sweep the Walkway, Keepers clean the Enclosures and replenish feeding sites, veterinarians care for sick animals, Hunters replenish escaping animals ...) To take care of the Animals and Visitors. Graphic: That the Graphics are no longer very up-to-date, I don't have to mention the 2003 Ramen in a Game, or? The biggest Problem of the old Graphics is, in my opinion, does not look like that, but that there are Problems on larger Monitors than 1024x768 pixels that show the Game in Full Screen mode. However, you can see that you would have given yourself the Graphics in this game at that time. AI: The AI actually runs very well for such an old Game because the Animals and also the Employees behave intelligently. Z.b. the Elephant goes to a Tree nearby because there is no food left in the Feeding Trough and eats the Leaves of the Tree, the keeper goes purposefully to the Feeding Places and fills them up again and the Ingeneur repairs the Fences in the Area without any problems). However, there are also dropouts (Spectators do not find the Way to the exit because at an Intersection they decide to go wrong, Keepers and other Peronal Cut off through the Lake or other Waters, Animals run around to large Enclosures and find the Food Sites do not.) However, I think the AI is in good spirits for its old. Sound: I can't say much about the Sound because there is something of a taste, but after some Time I find it annoying and prefer to play with my own Music in the Background. Conclusion: Despite the Bugs and the fact that the Game has problems in Full Screen Mode, I think that this Game is still good because the Economy, THE AI and The Realism here has succeeded very well and the Game gives you the Chance to find out about the Animals in the Game. u can and vlt also generated a nice Retro Feel through its Graphics. In addition, I recommend the expansion pack because you have the Opportunity to fill your Dream Zoo with extinct Animals and it is already a nice Feeling to show zb Mammoths (alive!) to the Visitors. So clear Buy recommendation for anyone who has either a lot of fun playing with Animals or at Economic Simulations.
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