Let’s Build a Zoo Coming November 5th and We’ve Played It!
If you’ve been itching to play a new Zoo Tycoon inspired adventure on your PC, then Let’s Build a Zoo might scratch that itch. While it is definitely much different than classic Zoo Tycoon, there is enough the same to scratch that nostalgic itch and enough new to keep you entertained for hours on end. I’ve been playing it a bit, and have enjoyed the experience so far.
While it definitely has that Stardew Valley vibe – and it definitely does – I still think that Let’s Build a Zoo is such a unique experience, and I cannot get enough of it early one. Whether trading animals with other zoos, breeding new speciies of animals, and more, there is SO much to do.
You can check out a bit of the game here:
Game Description from Steam
It’s time to build a zoo! Let out your wild side, and create your own animal empire with this cute, expansive management sim. Import and breed rare creatures, hire the right staff, keep your visitors happy, and deal with plenty of weird and wonderful events. Then try your hand at DNA Splicing, and stitch together over 300,000 different types of animal, ranging from the majestic Giraffephant to the peaceful PandOwl!
Let’s Build a Zoo lets you import a variety of animals from other Zoos around the world! Breed your animals and start families to expand your wildlife and fill your enclosures. But if that doesn’t suit you… you could just create animals instead! With DNA splicing at your finger tips, you have the power to bind together over 300,000 different types of animal, creating monstrosities and oddities as you go! Ever wondered what a ChicKaka would look like? Now you can find out!
Build your own zoo with over 500 different animals at your disposal, then splice together over 300,000 different animal combinations. Keep your animals and your visitors happy, with hundreds of buildings, foliage, path and enclosure decorations. Hire the perfect employees to deal with a variety of life events. Control everything that happens in your park, from what your animals eat to what eats your animals…Decide whether you want to run your Zoo above board… or break the law and pocket the extra cash.