Sunday, April 15, 2012

Let’s Rock Some Zoo World Content

Zoo World is the newest game to hit Facebook in recent months and it has already started to grow quickly, drawing in many of the fans of Farmville that have grown bored with their eternally growing farm. So, what exactly does Zoo World offer that Farmville does not? The question isn't really fair as the games are pretty different, but if you're looking at a new guide like Zoo World Secrets, you probably want to make sure this game is going to keep you busy for some time to come.
The Big Zoo World Question
The game is built on the idea of owning and operating a zoo. Unlike some of the poorly made "park" sims of late though, the game focuses on the animals rather than attractions or the parking lot (like roller coaster kingdom). So, you get to play with animals, trading them, training them, and breeding them. At the end of the day, you gain a ton of ways to make cash, level up and even ways to make your own Wildlife Points (the equivalent of Farmville Cash).
Sure you can pay real world money for the points, but they are also available in game, something I haven't seen in any other game yet (except for cursory boosts when you level up – which is always a bit lame).
Should You Play It?
Here's what everyone really wants to know. Should you bother playing Zoo World instead of anything else out there? Personally, I say yes. It's more fun, has more depth, and you level up with fun little achievements rather than random XP grinding activities that we all get so bored of. If you're looking for a new game to capture your Facebook hours, check out Zoo World, and if you want to be good at it, check out Zoo World Secrets while you're at it.

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