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- Every animal has its own litter
- Conservation and release at Planet Zoo
- Does Planet Zoo make the world a little better?
Video: Planet Zoo: Does This Game Make The World A Little Bit Better?
2023 Author: Sheila Hailey | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:17
Planet Zoo not only lets you create the zoo of your dreams, the simulation also draws attention to the importance of the well-being and conservation of the species. It's amazing how involved mechanics, controls, and the dynamic factors that make gameplay interactive. Because almost everything you can imagine has an impact on the daily well-being of the animals.
Not only do they have to drink, eat the right food, have a retreat and have fun, they also have to be exposed to suitable plants and soils and the right temperatures. Actually, you are constantly busy clearing your animals afterwards.
Animal species also have different ideas about what homely means. While the enclosure for the snow leopard has to be cooled with air conditioning (which angered my inner Greta Thunberg), the beginner-friendly caftan buffalo prefers more short grass than long grass and tigers, which are nothing more than big cats, love one thing of course: cardboard boxes.
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Every animal has its own litter
Basically, the welfare of your animals is paramount. Because if this job is neglected, not only are the animals sad, but also the visitors are angry. They can call in activists, scare visitors off and even pay heavy fines.
In addition to the storm of activists armed with megaphones, the following also applies: the happier the animals, the higher the likelihood that they will reproduce. Even used specimens can be sold in the online pet trade, which links the player with others. For the sale of your animals you get species conservation points, which you can use to expand your zoo with other species. Those who prefer to reintroduce their animals instead also pay into their species conservation points account.
Conservation and release at Planet Zoo
I have to complain, however, that the mechanics of release into the wild are rather bumpy. Creatures that grow up in captivity are rarely able to survive in the wild and cannot be released into the wild.
If new hatchlings have been raised, they must be released into the wild in Planet Zoo, sold or separated - because mating in the animal kingdom also means willing. Siblings in particular should not be kept in the same enclosure, otherwise inbreeding threatens and this means inherited diseases that we would not even wish our worst enemies.
The short term solution? Vehicle. Sounds strange - that's the way it is.
Does Planet Zoo make the world a little better?
I don't know, but above all Planet Zoo makes us more careful! The game shows in a playful way what needs different types have and how important species and environmental protection are equally. Even if I can no longer enter a zoo with a clear conscience, Planet Zoo offers me the opportunity to fully live out my inner zoo director. For me as an old zoo tycoon junkie, this is a really successful simulation.
Planet Zoo will be released on November 5th for the PC. It can already be pre-ordered on Steam. Are you already looking forward to the zoo simulation? Let us know in the comments.