Available on both Wii and DS, the game allows you to take charge of your own zoo. Obviously, looking after animals is a big part of this, and there are over 90 types to choose from. Animal facts from National Geographic are also included for edumacational purposes.
Coaxing bears down slides, that's what I call gameplay. World of Zoo is being worked on by Blue Fang Games, known for the Zoo Tycoon series.
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Wii's World is not officially affiliated with Nintendo! (but they wish we were).