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In this addictive adaption of the award winning original boardgame, you will travel around the globe to save the inhabitants from their abusive Zoo owners. Winning the Zooloretto game against 36 unique opponents will achieve your quest. As the owner of a Zoo you must collect groups of animals in order to attract visitors to your Zoo. But be careful, the zoo must be carefully managed and planned. Before you know it, you have too many animals and no more room for them.
The game follows the rules of the board game but adds the strengths of a computer game to it. The boardgame won more than 20 Awards, including the prestigious “Game of the Year” in Germany. Its Zoo theme and intuitive gameplay fits perfectly with the audience of families, women and children.Features:
  • Based upon the rules of the boardgame and all original add-on’s
  • Supports local multiplayer
  • Players can play with different adjustable strengths.
  • Motivating reward system that unlocks new game features
  • Bonus shop enables the player to customize and improve his own Zoo.
Release date
Witan Game Production House
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
  • Processor: Pentium IV 1.7 Ghz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 MB
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Direct X 9.0
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Zooloretto reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
Rating: 6/10 Zoloretto is a casual videogame based on the board game. The interface is pretty nice, with nice graphics and a cute music. I recommend it to casual players or to those who appreciate the company play and can not play it live. + Cute Interface + cute Music + Replay value-You can play only fullscreen-you can Not jump or speed up your computer rounds-you can Not play multiplayer online
Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
I only recommend it because they gave it to me, anyway... I did not understand the meaning, at first I thought it was a management (see Type the various games of Zynga on FaceBook I did not expect a certain SimCity) but it is not so... Basically They are round you "challenge" with other people who have a zoo and you have to respect the limits as you have a tot of coins, or you have a limited space or... Or... Let's say it's a mess!! Shifts that you do not understand, no sense! Because I have to go around the world to "save" the zoo and I have to play a thing not well understood! Bha a mixture of ideas really bad!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Tight Buy recommendation I don't get it. Hardly any Board Game Implementation has an Online Multiplayer. A Disgrace. Zooloretto, too, only Has Multiplayer on a PC. But then I'd rather play the real Board Game. But now good. Apart from that, the Game is made quite nice. In order to learn Zooloretto and to test various Game Modes (5 Extensions, among others Petting zoo) it is sufficient. The Game Zooloretto itself is a clever Mix of Tactics and Luck. The PC Version runs without any Problems and implements the Rules of the Game perfectly (I Expect too, of course). Only Criticism here: Sometimes you don't get to know what Money action the AI Just did. But spicitable because you can also look at the Zoos of the other Players in between. You choose between Campaign or Single Game. In the Campaign, you start with 2 Opponents and the Standard Game. The Number of Opponents (maximum 4) and the Level Of difficulty increases slightly. In total, there are over 20 Places that are very lovingly designed. Only the Animations are a bit weak. In order to reach ever newer Places you must have accumulated enough Points in the preceding Zoos. The Bonus Points per Zoo are sometimes difficult to reach (E.g. 10 Bonus Points if you collect all The Leopards in the Game) and therefore almost superfluous. The AI sometimes behaves logically, sometimes confusingly. But If I am ok, the Game remains a Bit more unpredictable and one Time you have to turn your Tactics around. All in all, Zooloretto entertains. It is just suitable for a Round in between. Just under 6 out of 10 Points. The Price of 6.99 is just as fine.
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